Lewis: Bengals WR A.J. Green looking good for Sunday
Marvin Lewis has echoed expectations by stating that
Green continued to work in practice on Friday after missing the last three games.
Absence Friday puts Sunday in doubt for Browns TE Cameron
The concussion is his third in just over two years.
Cameron has been a major disappointment after a breakthrough 2013. He has just 13 catches for 250 yards and one touchdown.
Ravens LB Terrell Suggs, TE Owen Daniels practice Friday
The participation of the former in the game was never in doubt, according to the Baltimore Sun. The latter is one week removed from arthroscopic knee surgery, but was reportedly moving well in practice Friday.
Cowboys QB Tony Romo red-lighted again Friday
Despite his continued inactivity in practice, however, the Cowboys have indicated that Romo remains a game-time decision.
Buccaneers RB Martin a no-go Friday -- and probably Sunday
A sprained left ankle that again has prevented
Martin shed the walking boot Thursday, but has yet to practice this week. He has also yet to break out this season, rushing for just 166 yards on 58 carries for a 3.1 average.
Bengals RB Bernard out again Friday - likely Sunday as well
A third straight absence from practice Friday likely means
Bernard has been dealing with a hip ailment sustained in Week 8. If he can't play, Jeremy Hill will serve as the primary ballcarrier.
Bengals WR Green practices Friday and likely active Sunday
Green has been sidelined since Week 5 with a toe injury. He would hope to maintain the momentum he had gathered the previous two games combined, when he snagged 11 passes for 183 yards and a touchdown.
Report: Redskins CB Hall suffers second Achilles tear
An accident at home has resulted in a second left Achilles tear in five weeks for
The veteran sustained the initial injury against Philadelphia in Week 3. He underwent surgery shortly thereafter.
Hall re-signed with Washington in the offseason on a four-year, $17 million contract, including $5.65 million guaranteed.
Dolphins WR Mike Wallace unapologetic after blasting offense
Wallace also claimed his sentiment and choice of words were not designed to fire up the passing offense, which ranks 25th in the NFL.
"That really wasn't my intention," he told the Palm Beach Post. "Y'all asked me a question and I told y'all my honest answer. That's really what it is. I don't look at stuff in the media or whatever to get me fired up. I get fired up because that's what we do. We love to play the game and you just want to go out and be the best player you can be."
Wallace later added that the Dolphins need to step up their deep passing game. The speedster who specializes in catching the deep ball had just two catches for 59 yards against the Jaguars. He also had his three-game scoring streak snapped.
Panthers QB Cam Newton: 'I need to play better'
Newton hit on just 10 of 28 passes for 151 yards, one interception and career-low 35.7 completion percentage. His 39.4 quarterback rating was also a career-worst. His lone score was on the ground.
"I knew I missed a lot of throws," he told his team website. "I'm not blaming anybody but myself. ... My job is to put my team in the best situation to win the football game and when that doesn't happen, the first person you look to on the offensive side is the quarterback. I didn't get that job done. I need to play better."
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