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Vinatieri's struggles give Irsay cause for 'concern'
The Colt's kicking struggles are officially "a concern." Owner Jim Irsay said the team brass has to come together to "figure out where we're at" after kicker Adam Vinatieri missed two extra-point kicks in Indianapolis' 19-17 win over the Titans on Sunday.[read more]

'Emotional' Pineiro drills 53-yard FG to lift Bears
Kicker Eddy Pineiro's 53-yard FG as time expired lifted the Bears to a 16-14 win over the Broncos on Sunday. Pineiro was 3-for-3 on his field goal attempts vs. Denver.[read more]

Rodgers, LaFleur downplay 'animated' exchange
Both Packers coach Matt LaFleur and quarterback Aaron Rodgers downplayed their animated sideline interaction on Sunday, with LaFleur characterizing the exchange as "just two competitive guys" in the "heat of the moment."[read more]

Brees 'concerned' about injury, to see specialist
Saints quarterback Drew Brees left Sunday's loss to the Rams in the first quarter after injuring his thumb.[read more]

Bills' Allen after beating Jets, Giants: 1 NY team
After beating the Jets and Giants in back-to-back weeks, Bills quarterback Josh Allen joked that there's only one team in New York.[read more]

Aaron Rodgers starts fast, finishes slow as Packers hang on to win
Green Bay's Kevin King made a game-saving interception to rescue the offense after it dominated in the first half.[read more]

Giants inching closer to start of Daniel Jones era with loss to Bills
The Giants are 0-2 for the 6th time in 7 seasons, and this time it will fan the flames for calls for the No. 6 overall pick to start over Eli Manning.[read more]

Cowboys' Dak Prescott nearly flawless after early interception
Dak Prescott finished 26-of-30 for 269 yards and three touchdowns in leading Dallas to a 2-0 start.[read more]

Bowl projections after Week 3
See how our experts adjusted their bowl lineups after the Week 3 schedule.[read more]

NBA mulling $10M fine for tampering, per memo
The NBA is considering a fine of up to $10 million for teams that violate the league's tampering rules. The proposal comes after an offseason that began with over $1.4 billion in contracts being handed out.[read more]