1. Seattle Seahawks: Deion Branch Broken Down Again

    Seattle wide receiver Deion Branch reportedly will require surgery to repair damage to at least one knee ligament—possibly the ACL. Branch is getting a second opinion after an MRI performed by the team showed ligament damage...

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  2. Seattle Seahawks: Will Mike Holmgren Return or Retire?

    It's hard to say whether Mike Holmgren will come back to Seattle or not, but you can make a case for either decision, and Holmgren surely will be considering the reasons for retiring and returning...

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  3. AFC Championship: LaDainian Tomlinson Ready, Philip Rivers Iffy

    San Diego running back LaDainian Tomlinson expects to play Sunday in the AFC Championship Game even though he has a hyperextended left knee, but quarterback Philip Rivers figures to be a game-time decision because of a sprained right knee...

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  4. Buffalo Bills: Revamped Front Office Has Much to Prove

    The Buffalo Bills are replacing departed general manager Marv Levy with an unexciting, somewhat unproven group of talent evaluators...

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  5. NFL Draft: Marion Manningham Declares

    After being told he is a probable first-round draft pick, wide receiver Mario Manningham has decided to leave Michigan a year early to make himself eligible for the NFL draft...

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  6. NFL Draft: Darren McFadden, Felix Jones Both Turn Pro

    Arkansas junior running backs Darren McFadden and Felix Jones both declared Monday that they would give up their final season of eligibility to enter the NFL draft. McFadden ran for 1,830 yards last season, while Jones added 1,168...

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  7. Cowboys-Giants: Collapsing Pockets Lead to Dallas Collapse

    The offensive line never gets enough credit when its members do their job, while they're in turn singled out whenever their efforts fail...

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  8. Seahawks-Packers: Underrated Rivalry Packed Full of Drama

    Here they go again. Mike Holmgren and Matt Hasselbeck lead the Seahawks back to Green Bay for yet another installment in what has become one of the more dramatic—if overlooked—rivalries in the NFL...

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  9. Cowboys-Giants: Despite Ankle, Owens Will Play Sunday

    Dallas receiver Terrell Owens (ankle) took part in drills with his teammates Friday and indicated he will play Sunday against the New York Giants. "I'm good,'' he told reporters after practice...

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  10. Falcons News: In Pursuit of Perfect GM, Atlanta Hires ex-Patriot

    The Atlanta Falcons have hired Tom Dimitroff to be their new general manager, replacing Rich McKay, who had the title taken away after the Falcons' season ended...

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  11. The Great 18: Unit Evaluation of the Pittsburgh Steelers

    Neal Coolong will review all 18 positional units on the Steelers and rank them in terms of priority this offseason. Each player on Pittsburgh's roster in 2007 will be evaluated leading up to ...

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  12. Texans News: With Sherman Gone, Houston Reconfigures Offensive Staff

    The Houston Texans made 28-year-old Kyle Shanahan the league's youngest offensive coordinator and also hired line guru Alex Gibbs as assistant head coach...

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  13. Fixing the 49ers: Offseason Focus Should Be on O-Line in SF

    There has been a lot of hubbub in the Bay Area over Mike Martz becoming San Francisco's new offensive coordinator. Maybe it's warranted, but maybe it's premature...

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  14. AFC Championship Game Kribbles: Patriots' O vs. Chargers' D

    kribble (v.) - to take notes, doodle or otherwise take harried notes on computer typically while watching at least two sporting events simultaneously, with the intent of future submission to an online media outlet...

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  15. Chargers-Colts: Chargers Pay High Price for Right to Play Patriots

    The San Diego Chargers managed to upset the Indianapolis Colts and advance to the AFC title game against New England, but the win came with a potentially high price...

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  16. Oakland Woes: Raiders' Run D a Product of Poor Draft Decisions

    It's no secret that the Oakland Raiders' run defense is currently in dire straits. Oakland hasn't ranked in the top 20 against the run since 2002, and it finished 31st in the category last season...

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  17. Dolphins News: Much Ado About Mike Tice in Miami

    Everyone in Miami has an opinion on Jacksonville Jaguars assistant coach Mike Tice, it seems. Though there has been no official word from the Dolphins, rumor has it that the former Minnesota ...

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  18. Colts-Chargers: Indy Trips Over Its Own Feet

    Momentum makes the difference. It's the main reason why two offensive superpowers can combine for 378 yards by halftime and yet only muster 17 total points in that span...

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  19. NFL Draft: Juniors Make Running Back a Strong Position

    Need a running back? There will be plenty to go around in this year's draft. After Oregon's Jonathan Smith and West Virginia's Steve Slaton announced in the past few days that they are giving ...

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