Jimmy Staten rejoins Seahawks
Staten had been on the team's practice squad throughout most of the year, but was cut in late November to make room for another player. The team decided to bring Staten back just a few days later.
Saints RB Khiry Robinson tweets he's 'back in action'
Robinson was listed as out of practice Wednesday, but he tweeted that he's "back in action." If he indeed can play Sunday in Pittsburgh, the team will have its full complement of running backs for the first time in more than a month.
RB Forsett: I want to stay with Ravens on long-term deal
"Definitely, this is a great place, a great organization," he told the Baltimore Sun. "It's hard not to want to be here. Definitely, I'm sure after the season sometime they'll get something done. I would love to sign here. I've been waiting my whole career to find a home somewhere, to not have to move every offseason. So, what would be nice."
Forsett is 97 yards short of 1,000 on the season and has scored seven touchdowns in emerging as the featured back in the wake of the Ray Rice suspension. Forsett exploded for 182 yards and two scores in the Monday night defeat of New Orleans.
Report: Herron likely to start ahead of Richardson again Sunday
It had been reported that Herron started in Week 13 because Richardson was dealing with the flu, but it was in reality because he outperformed him in practice, according to ESPN. He then produced more on the field against Jacksonville, averaging 5.4 YPC on 12 attempts and adding five receptions while Richardson managed 42 yards and a touchdown in 13 tries.
Ravens LB Terrell Suggs out Wednesday with foot ailment
Suggs, who has missed just 10 games during his 12-year career, is unlikely to be sidelined Sunday against San Diego, according to ESPN.
49ers list Week 13 injury report
Report: DT Garrison Smith hooks on with Saints
Colts waive one linebacker, sign another from Titans
Butler was re-signed Monday after losing his roster spot six days earlier.
Browns S Whitner, Bills RB Jackson having war of words
Whitner tweeted this summer about the team's proposed move to Toronto, asking how Bills fans feel about it and following it up with an "LOL." Jackson hasn't been laughing out loud.
"If you talk down to anybody, you can't be respected," he said via ESPN. "That's just me, that's how I feel about it. For him to stay stuff like that, about people that we love in this organization, he'll never get my respect for that." Jackson also called Whitner "an idiot."
Whitner did not back off, claiming that his words could now have more of a purpose.
"[The Toronto Bills comment] wasn't excessive. It wasn't a joke. I knew that it would get to them. I knew it would ruffle a feather. If they're over there talking about this, maybe we are in their heads. Maybe I'm in their heads. Maybe. We don't know, but the goal is to go 1-0, the goal is to get them talking about things other than football, and I guess that's what they're doing."
Patterson, McKinnon held out of Vikings' practice Wednesday
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