- RAIDER RULE NO. 2: See Raider Rule No. 1.
- Through 11 games, the Raiders lead the league in penalties (105) and penalty yardage (867), which is a relatively new development for second-year Raiders coach Jack Del Rio as his Jacksonville teams were some of the least penalized in the league at the time.
- Raiders shake off penalties, climb to No. 2 in power rankings
- You can hear former Raiders linebacker Matt Millen cackling as he recalls the signs, real or fictional, adorning Oakland’s locker room, the ones that read: RAIDER RULE NO. 1: Cheating is encouraged.
- Then again, the Raiders did set an NFL record with 23 penalties for a franchise-record 200 yards in an overtime road victory Oct 30 against Tampa Bay.
Following their win against Carolina, the Raiders reached No. 2 in ESPN’s Power Rankings for the first time since the final 2002 regular-season poll.
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- Jones spent most of last season on the Jets’ practice squad and was promoted to the active roster later in the year without seeing any action.
- Quarterback Geno Smith will miss the rest of the season after tearing his ACL against the Ravens last Sunday, which left little reason for him to remain on the team’s active roster.
- Smith’s contract expires at the end of this season, so there’s a pretty good chance that he won’t be back on the roster at any point in the future.
- Smith was one of four quarterbacks on the roster, so the team didn’t need to add to Bryce Petty and Christian Hackenberg as backups for Ryan Fitzpatrick .
- The Jets went ahead and removed Smith from it on Wednesday by placing him on injured reserve.
Quarterback Geno Smith will miss the rest of the season after tearing his ACL against the Ravens last Sunday, which left little reason for him to remain on the team’s active roster. The Jets went ahead and removed Smith from it on Wednesday by placing him on injured reserve.
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- The Patriots are proven serial cheaters and you’re angry I won’t blatantly ignore it like you.
- trailerparkking says: Oct 26, 2016 9:13 AM Its a shame a good kid like Lewis ended up playing for such a corrupt team like New England.
- trailerparkking says: Oct 26, 2016 11:08 AM I find serial cheating egregious.
- I’m waiting for the first accusation that somehow it is cheating when the Patriots put him on the field
- The Patriots have been running great this year and this will make them even better.
The Patriots were able to survive four games without their most important offensive piece, and now they could be getting another back midway through the season.
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- Washington is adding some veteran depth to its secondary.
- Washington actually goes out and over pays trash.
- Welcome to the Washington (Will not mention mascot because of racial slur) .
- Whatever his market value is, Washington will double it.
- Despite Beckham’s complaints, Eli says Odell brought it on himself (136)
Washington is adding some veteran depth to its secondary. Free agent safety Donte Whitner, who worked out in Washington yesterday, is signing with the team today, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network.
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- Ratto: Kaepernick controversy touches on hot-button issues in an ugly political year patriots-belichick-012516.jpg Belichick says all three QBs could use more game reps
- Belichick says all three QBs could use more game reps
- Ray Ratto joins Chevrolet SportsNet Central to discuss Colin Kaepernick’s decision to not stand during the national anthem before the San Francisco 49ers preseason game.
- Tags: Colin Kaepernick , Colin Kaepernick refuses to stand for national anthem , CSNNE Newswire , San Francisco 49ers
- Colin Kaepernick was already a noteable NFL player as the one-time, and now apparently former, face of the San Francisco 49ers.
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@CSNNE: “Report: @ Patriots sign LB Jonathan Freeny to two-year extension, per @RapSheet”
The New England Patriots have signed linebacker and special teamer Jonathan Freeny to a two-year contract extension through 2018, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Report: New England Patriots sign LB Jonathan Freeny to two-year extension
- Respond to “DeMarcus Ware expected to practice this week”
- Mike Klis of KUSA reports that linebacker DeMarcus Ware will practice for the first time this summer.
- Klis reports that Ware is not expected to play in either of the team’s remaining preseason games.
- The back will likely be something for Ware and the Broncos to manage all season.
- Thanks to Shane Ray ‘s presence behind Ware, that’s easier to do without the defense taking a serious hit.
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@SNFonNBC: “Report: DeMarcus Ware expected to practice this week”
The Broncos should be getting a key piece of their defense back on the field this week. Mike Klis of KUSA reports that linebacker DeMarcus Ware will practice for the first time this summer.
DeMarcus Ware expected to practice this week