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ArticleRex Ryan backs QB Geno Smith

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- The tension is mounting in the New York Jets' locker room.

The struggling offense held a players-only meeting Monday, one day after a home loss in which the crowd was chanting for Michael Vick to replace Geno Smith at quarterback.

The embattled Smith, whose turnovers are one of the main reasons for the Jets' three-game losing streak, was one of a few players that spoke at the meeting.

ArticleDenver Broncos get leading tackler back

The Denver Broncos locker room was filled with more banter and bellows than usual Monday. Their early bye is over and Danny Trevathan is back.
The team's leading AJ McCarron Authentic Jersey tackler last season, Trevathan missed the first three games after fracturing his left leg just below his knee during an Aug. 12 practice at training camp.

He's expected to make his 2014 debut Sunday when the Broncos (2-1) host the Arizona Cardinals (3-0).

ArticleAaron Rodgers throws 4 TDs to lead Packers past Bears

CHICAGO -- Aaron Rodgers urged Packers fans to relax. Maybe they will after this one -- the 700th regular-season victory in team history.

Rodgers threw for 302 yards and four touchdowns, and Green Bay shook off one of its worst offensive performances in years with a 38-17 victory over the Chicago Bears on Sunday afternoon.

ArticleSaints' defense remains biggest concern

ARLINGTON, Texas -- So which was the anomaly? The New Orleans Saints' stunning defensive turnaround in 2013? Or their stunning regression this season?

Sunday night's debacle in Dallas shouldn't be pinned on the Saints defense alone. The number of guilty parties after their 38-17 loss to the Dallas Cowboys was roughly equal to the number of seats on the team plane. And nobody was shying away from that fact after the game.


ArticleSmith leads the way as Ravens beat Panthers 38-10

The most surprising aspect of Steve Smith's performance against the Carolina Panthers was that it didn't include taunts or bluster.

Smith opted to punish the Panthers through his play on the field, and by the end of the afternoon the 35-year-old receiver had made a definitive statement.

Smith burned his former team with seven catches for 139 yards and two touchdowns, leading the Baltimore Ravens to a 38-10 victory Sunday.

ArticleOnly 14 players left from '09 Saints-Vikings

We’re coming up on the Vikings Brian Robison Jersey five-year anniversary of the NFC championship game between the New Orleans Saints and Minnesota Vikings, and only 14 players remain on their combined rosters as they head into Sunday’s Week 3 matchup back in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.

ArticleTitans vs. Colts preview

The Indianapolis Colts got Antoine Bethea Authentic Jersey off to a slow start, losing their first two games of the season until the lowly Jacksonville Jaguars helped them get their first victory Sunday. The Tennessee Titans opened the season with a victory, but have dropped their last two games while being outscored 59-17.
The Colts and Titans meet at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis on Sunday to see which team can even its record to .500.

ArticleHope Solo - Does domestic abuse have a double standard

The dust is settling around National Football League (NFL) players Ray Rice, Adrian Peterson and Greg Hardy after each man was arrested for separate cases of domestic abuse. Now another prominent athlete is making headlines for similar reasons - female football star Hope Solo.

ArticleNFL security department not built to watch players

NEW YORK - The National Football League's internal security apparatus would be the envy of many American police departments.
Run by a former commissioner of the Pennsylvania State Police, its staff includes former agents from the upper echelons of the FBI. The league employs a network of private security contractors. The NFL reported spending $2.3 million on ''investigator fees'' in its last annual filing with the IRS.