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Eifert 'still working' through things; Vereen on IR
Tyler Eifert sounds like he'll be out at least one more week. The Cincinnati Bengals' tight end said he's "still working though some things," per NFL Network's Mike Garafolo.
Injuries: DeAngelo Hall suffered torn ACL
Redskins defensive back DeAngelo Hall suffered a torn ACL Sunday against the Giants. Hall is sidelined for the rest of 2016. Read up on the rest of Week 3's injury news.
Eagles QB Carson Wentz suffers hairline rib fracture
First-round pick Carson Wentz suffered a hairline fracture in his ribs during the Eagles' preseason game against the Buccaneers, the team announced Saturday.
Week 9 Cheat Sheet
Andrew Luck will try to right the Colts' ship against Peyton Manning, DeMarcus Ware and the undefeated Broncos. Kevin Patra breaks down everything you need to know about the Week 9 matchups.
Position rankings: Midseason All-Pro team
With half of the 2015 season in the books, it's time to take a close look at the players who have stood out for their respective teams. Todd Gurley has already demanded our attention.
Position Rankings: Quarter-season All-Pro team
Adrian Peterson is back, Josh Norman is on the rise and Aaron Rodgers is transcending greatness. At the quarter pole, Chris Wesseling rolls out his All-Pro team.
Redskins' offensive line 'unacceptable' vs. Lions
The Washington Redskins' offensive line played poorly, getting Robert Griffin III battered early. Rookie Brandon Scherff called the effort "unacceptable."
Browns' Danny Shelton: Defensive terror in the making
The Browns have had little luck with first-round draft selections, but nose tackle Danny Shelton is quickly building a reputation as a wide-bodied, run-stuffing terror.
Is Bill Callahan the secret behind best rushing teams?
Is Bill Callahan the secret to great rushing offenses? Over the past six years, three of his teams have finished in the top five in rushing (2009 Jets, 2010 Jets and 2014 Cowboys).
Jay Gruden, Washington Redskins eye NFC East title
The Washington Redskins brought in Jay Gruden to steer a team that ran aground in 2013. Albert Breer reports from training camp, where Gruden thinks his team is set to contend again in the NFC East.
Projected 2014 starters: Washington Redskins
The Washington Redskins boast one of the most improved wide receiving corps, highlighted by the addition of DeSean Jackson. Chris Wesseling outlines where DJax fits in Jay Gruden's offense.
Redskins' Trent Williams says official cursed at him
Washington Redskins offensive tackle Trent Williams says NFL umpire Roy Ellison swore at him during Sunday's loss to the Philadelphia Eagles.
Packers, Cowboys among teams yet to jump into free agency fray
Tony Romo could use some serious help, but Jerry Jones has yet to add any. Elliot Harrison looks at why the Dallas Cowboys and other notable teams have stayed on the free agency sideline.
Kory Lichtensteiger, Washington Redskins reach deal
The Washington Redskins were believed to be in a financial holding pattern because of their salary-cap penalty appeal. That didn't stop them from reportedly signing Kory Lichensteiger to a new contract.
New York Giants, Washington Redskins get into scuffle
The NFC East fight on "Monday Night Football" was just that. The Washington Redskins and New York Giants exchanged big hits all night and even got into a brawl that included a partial stomp.