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Pittsburgh Steelers cut tight end Ladarius Green
The Ladarius Green experiment is over in Pittsburgh. The team announced Thursday they released the tight end with a failed physical designation after he signed a four-year, $20 million contract last season.
NFL's top 10 offenses in 2017: Pats, Steelers look scary
Le'Veon Bell, Tom Brady and Julio Jones are key cogs in three of the most explosive offenses in the NFL today. Which attack reigns supreme? Chris Wesseling ranks the league's top 10 units.
AFC North projected starters: Good luck stopping Steelers
The Steelers improved an already-elite offense by adding Juju Smith-Schuster and welcoming back Martavis Bryant. Is any team more loaded than Pittsburgh? Gregg Rosenthal eyes AFC North starters.
Best, worst 2017 fantasy football playoff schedules
The 2017 NFL schedule is here, which means fantasy football playoff matchups are set. Alex Gelhar looks at which players are set to rack up points, and who might run into trouble down the stretch.
Martavis Bryant confident he'll be reinstated soon
Martavis Bryant is confident he will soon be reinstated from suspension, per Ian Rapoport. What would Bryant's return mean for the Steelers' Super Bowl hopes?
Free agency: A fun player addition for each AFC team
Can A.J. Bouye further Tennessee's rise? Will Eddie Lacy be the Pats' new LeGarrette Blount? How would Calais Campbell look in silver and black? Gregg Rosenthal has a fun move for each AFC team.
Steelers GM: We want Antonio Brown to retire a Steeler
Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert told reporters Thursday that the team has already started negotiations with star receiver Antonio Brown, saying they want Brown to "retire as a Steeler."
Injuries: Ty Montgomery (ribs) misses rest of game
As if things couldn't get any worse for the Packers, they lost their leading running back for the remainder of the game. Ty Montgomery did not return after suffering a ribs injury in the third.
Championship Sunday injury report
Here are the official injury reports ahead of Sunday's Championship games. Which teams are dealing with the prospect of key players who might be forced to sit out this week?
Injuries: Ladarius Green, Harrison didn't practice
Steelers tight end Ladarius Green and linebacker James Harrison didn't practice Thursday. Green has been out with a concussion and illness and Harrison is dealing with shoulder and tricep injuries.
Injuries: Chris Hogan (thigh) set to play vs. Steelers
The Patriots will have one of their unheralded but reliable wideouts back. Chris Hogan (thigh) is good to go in the conference title contest, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported.
Injuries: Mitchell (knee) to sit out Patriots-Texans
The New England Patriots will be without wide receiver Malcolm Mitchell (knee) in Saturday's Divisional Round matchup against the Houston Texans.
Injuries: Big Ben (foot) not expected to be limited
Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger isn't expected to be affected by a foot injury suffered Sunday, Mike Tomlin announced. What other injuries are we tracking Tuesday?
Injuries: Ladarius Green (concussion) out vs. Dolphins
Ladarius Green will not be making his Steelers postseason debut on Sunday. NFL Network's Aditi Kinkhabwala reported the tight end will be out vs. the Dolphins after not clearing concussion protocol.
Injuries: DeAndre Levy (knee) questionable vs. Seattle
Lions linebacker DeAndry Levy is questionable to play Saturday against the Seahawks with a knee injury. Levy missed 11 games this season.
Injuries: Randall Cobb (ankle) practiced Wednesday
Aaron Rodgers may get one of his top weapons back in time vs. the Giants. After being sidelined the last two games, Packers coach Mike McCarthy said Randall Cobb (ankle) practiced on Wednesday.
Injuries: La'el Collins expected to be ready for playoffs
The Cowboys offensive line could be getting a big boost for the start of their playoff run. Jerry Jones said Tuesday La'el Collins could return from a toe injury. What other injuries are we tracking?
Sammy Watkins tops Week 17 daily fantasy plays
Sammy Watkins top the Week 17 daily fantasy plays despite a quarterback change in Buffalo. Matt Harmon runs through all of his top plays for the final regular season slate.
Week 17 fantasy football matchups, starts and sits
It's the final week of the fantasy football season and our staff is here to offer start, sit and flex advice for every relevant fantasy player in every Week 17 game.
Injury roundup: Justin Houston inactive for Chiefs
Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green was adamant he would play against the Texans, but the team has decided to keep him on the sidelines.
Week 16 Cheat Sheet: Can Tom Savage do it again?
Can Tom Savage propel the Texans into the playoffs? Will the return of A.J. Green be the difference maker for Andy Dalton? Here's what you need to know heading into Week 16.
Five must-read fantasy football stats for Week 16
Just in time for Christmas (and fantasy championships!), Cynthia Frelund offers up some must-read stats, rankings and projections for Week 16 of the fantasy season.
Fantasy news & notes: Julio Jones, A.J. Green return
Julio Jones and A.J. Green are back! Just in time to send fantasy players in championships games into fits of indecision. James Koh offers advice and breaks down the rest of Week 16's top news here.