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Will Smith injures knee, will miss Saints' season
Will Smith is done for the New Orleans Saints this season after suffering a knee injury, forcing the team to adjust to playing without another key member of its defense.
Jonathan Vilma to undergo arthroscopic knee surgery
Linebacker Jonathan Vilma has opted for arthroscopic knee surgery after seeking a second opinion, Ian Rapoport reported. Rob Ryan could use Vilma's experience and toughness on a unit battered by injuries.
Power Rankings: 49ers on top after spate of injuries across NFL
No Percy Harvin, no problem? Not quite. See how far Russell Wilson and the Harvin-less Seattle Seahawks have fallen in the latest edition of Elliot Harrison's Power Rankings.
What we learned: Cam Newton knows 'time is now'
Cam Newton is excited, not concerned, about the new Carolina Panthers offensive coordinator. What else did we learn on a busy Wednesday around the NFL? Gregg Rosenthal weighs in.
Saints' Kenyon Coleman, Joe Morgan out for season
Joe Morgan (left) and Kenyon Coleman both will miss the season with serious injuries, the New Orleans Saints announced Wednesday. How will the Saints replace these key players?
32 in 32: Jimmy Graham ready for N.O. Saints rebound
The New Orleans Saints are enjoying their first "normal" offseason since 2009. So which players are benefiting? Tight end Jimmy Graham is back healthy and ready to rebound.
NFL minicamps begin: What to watch
For five NFL teams, mandatory three-day minicamp starts Tuesday. The contest to back up Drew Brees in New Orleans is wide open; here are more storylines we expect to develop.
Monday injury roundup: 49ers optimistic on Alex Smith
A lot of big names on Monday's injury roundup: Michael Vick, Alex Smith, Jay Cutler, Fred Jackson, Maurice Jones-Drew and Darren McFadden are among the walking wounded.
Felix Jones unlikely to reach new deal with Cowboys
Felix Jones hasn't quite worked out as the Cowboys hoped, and Brian McIntyre doesn't expect "America's Team" to reward its No. 2 running back with a big contract after his rookie deal expires.
No regrets: Falcons comfortable with trade-up for Jones
Falcons GM Thomas Dimitroff threw his arms behind his head, leaned back in his swivel chair, and waited for the announcement that his organization had its man: Alabama dynamo Julio Jones.