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Steelers: Holding Watt is 'Hack-a-Shaq,' NFL style
Asked about opponents holding edge rusher T.J. Watt, and often getting away with it, Pittsburgh Steelers defensive coordinator Teryl Austin said Tuesday that "it's almost like the Hack-a-Shaq," a popular defense against former NBA star Shaquille O'Neal.[read more]

Ex-player's family sues cops for wrongful death
Foster, a former Saints defensive end, died in police custody in December 2021. A state autopsy said he died of natural causes.[read more]

Jaguars say QB Lawrence has high ankle sprain
Jaguars quarterback Trevor Lawrence has a high sprain of his right ankle, coach Doug Pederson said Tuesday.[read more]

Rams sign ex-Packers K Crosby to practice squad
The Rams have signed veteran kicker Mason Crosby to the practice squad.[read more]

GM: Miller with Bills after arrest, available to play
Although disappointed in the allegations of domestic violence made against Von Miller, Bills general manager Brandon Beane stressed Wednesday that he wants the legal process to play out and not rush to making any judgments.[read more]

Vikings to start Dobbs despite rash of turnovers
Despite six turnovers in his past two games, Josh Dobbs will continue to start at quarterback for the Vikings against the Raiders, coach Kevin O'Connell said.[read more]

Cowboys' McCarthy to undergo appendix surgery
Cowboys coach Mike McCarthy is having surgery Wednesday for acute appendicitis but he still anticipates coach vs. the Eagles on Sunday.[read more]

Jets returning to Wilson as QB1 against Texans
The Jets will start Zach Wilson at quarterback Sunday against the Houston Texans, coach Robert Saleh said Wednesday.[read more]

What Eagles must do to course correct after loss to Niners and with Cowboys up next
The Eagles know they have a list of pressing issues to fix before facing the Cowboys on Sunday.[read more]

At 38, Joe Flacco giving Browns' playoff hopes new life
Flacco showed he still has plenty left in a crisp performance against the Los Angeles Rams. Do the ailing Browns?[read more]