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Garrett Hartley cut by Saints; Shayne Graham signs
The New Orleans Saints are moving in a different direction at kicker. The team released veteran Garrett Hartley and signed Shayne Graham to take over kicking duties.
Jonathan Vilma recalled from IR, likely to play vs. Jets
The New Orleans Saints moved linebacker Jonathan Vilma to the active roster Saturday. The veteran is expected to be on the field against his former New York Jets team.
Injury roundup: Jordy Nelson nursing sore hamstring
Jordy Nelson is among the big-name players such as Alshon Jeffery, Rashard Mendenhall and Trent Richardson who are fighting injuries. Marc Sessler examines all of Week 9's ailments.
Percy Harvin a bargain for Minnesota Vikings
Percy Harvin is playing under a very team-friendly contract with the Vikings, but his discontent this offseason hints that things could get sticky, Brian McIntyre writes.
Asher Allen retires from NFL after just three seasons
While not quite as abrupt as former 49ers RB Glen Coffee retiring after one NFL campaign, Vikings CB Asher Allen is done with football after just three seasons.
Plot lines run thick on enticing Championship Sunday
Championship Sunday features two alluring bouts, with two top-tier offenses (New England and New York) facing two imposing defenses (Baltimore and San Francisco). Jason La Canfora analyzes both.
Ravens LB Lewis inactive again for Thanksgiving tilt vs. 49ers
Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis is inactive as expected for Thursday's game against the San Francisco 49ers.
Vikings will have WR Harvin on field when they meet Panthers
Percy Harvin will play for the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday against the Carolina Panthers. The wide receiver has been dealing with a rib injury.
Ravens don't think Mason should get hopes up for Texans debut
Derrick Mason's trade to the Texans this week will give him a second shot at revenge against the Ravens team that cut him. Ravens CB Chris Carr said Mason shouldn't get his hopes up.