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Topic - Dennis Dixon
Marcus Mariota insists his left knee isn't a concern and that he'll be ready to go Saturday when No. 6 Oregon hosts Utah.
Matt Flynn is getting his latest chance at a fresh start, this time in Buffalo on a team that has spent the past week scrambling to shore up its injury-depleted quarterback position.
Michael Vick or Nick Foles? Might as well flip a coin.
Vick is entering his fifth season with the Eagles, and the soon-to-be 33-year-old quarterback is the oldest player on a rebuilding team. He accepted a restructured contract to remain with the Eagles, just two years after signing a $100 million extension that included $35.5 million in guaranteed money.
Pittsburgh Steelers coach Mike Tomlin made it a point to shake hands with each player as the team entered the locker room Thursday after beating the Carolina Panthers 33-17 in the preseason finale.
My observations, analysis and conclusions about the Redskins' defense after rewatching the TV broadcast of Washington's 16-7 preseason victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers.
OPENING LINE _ Steelers by 5 1/2
The wild recent history between Oregon and Arizona seemed to peak last season when overzealous Wildcats fans readied to rush the field to celebrate what looked to be a victory over the Ducks.
With Ben Roethlisberger returning Sunday against the Browns, the Pittsburgh Steelers are making a change on offense.
Ten seconds were all Ben Roethlisberger needed to prove to the Pittsburgh Steelers he wasn't affected by his month away from the NFL.
Joe Flacco withstood Pittsburgh's goal-line stand and go-ahead touchdown in the closing minutes to throw an 18-yard scoring pass to T.J. Houshmandzadeh with 32 seconds remaining, and the Baltimore Ravens made certain the Steelers wouldn't go unbeaten without Ben Roethlisberger by winning 17-14 Sunday.
The Pittsburgh Steelers have placed quarterback Dennis Dixon on the injured reserve list with a meniscus tear in his left knee, ending his season.
Jim Harbaugh has been rebuilding Stanford's program gradually over his four years in the Bay Area, bringing in players who fit his lip-busting system, instilling a toughness that had been missing in previous years.
Charlie Batch was convinced he could still do the job. He just didn't know if he would have one.
Mike Tomlin probably wishes his quarterback decision had been this easy all season.
Pittsburgh quarterback Ben Roethlisberger watched practice Wednesday to rest his sprained left ankle, and backups Charlie Batch and Dennis Dixon said they are preparing to play Monday at San Francisco.
He said he hurt his knee, the same one he tore the anterior cruciate ligament in while at Oregon, during his last series.