ATLANTA -- A remarkable five-minute stretch saw Cleveland quarterback Brian Hoyer go from the biggest of goats to a Cleveland Browns' hero.
CHICAGO -- The Chicago Bears awoke after a lethargic first half, scoring three third-quarter touchdowns -- two of them on runs by Matt Forte following takeaways -- to come from behind and defeat the Tampa Bay Bucs, 21-13, Sunday.
HOUSTON -- Buoyed by a second consecutive strong defensive effort on the road, the Cincinnati Bengals churned out a 22-13 victory over the Houston Texans on Sunday at NRG Stadium.
MINNEAPOLIS -- Eddie Lacy rushed for 125 yards and scored two touchdowns to lead the Green Bay Packers to a 24-21 win over the Minnesota Vikings Sunday at TCF Bank Stadium.
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Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll told a Seattle radio station Friday that he has considered using cornerback Richard Sherman as a wide receiver.
Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll attempted Friday to douse the firestorm of reports that running back Marshawn Lynch won't return in 2015, saying the team wants him for "as long as he can play."
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With Ralph Wilson Stadium rendered unplayable by more than five feet of snow in the greater Buffalo area, the Bills and Jets Week 12 game is moving to Wilson's hometown of Detroit.
New England Patriots running back Jonas Gray, who had a breakout game last Sunday, was sent home Friday after he reportedly overslept and arrived late to the team facility.
In a game in which a new running back prospect burst onto the scene, rookie quarterback Derek Carr reminded everyone why he's considered the future of the Oakland Raiders offense.
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LeGarrette Blount walked out on the Pittsburgh Steelers right back into a contract with the New England Patriots, who signed the veteran back to a two-year deal Thursday.
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NFL executive vice president Jeff Pash defended the suspension of Adrian Peterson and said the league isn't trying to end the Minnesota Vikings running back's career.
The Minnesota Vikings claimed running back Ben Tate off waivers on Wednesday, one day after he was let go by the Cleveland Browns, and waived tight end MarQueis Gray.
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