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Topic - Keenan Lewis
The Atlanta Falcons replaced Michael Turner with another proven, productive running back.
Sometimes, real life intrudes on the games we play. And sometimes, we need those games to get away from real life.
Washington Redskins receiver Aldrick Robinson will get more playing time beginning with this Sunday's game against the Carolina Panthers, coach Mike Shanahan said this week. Robinson injects some speed into an offense that is without No. 1 'X' receiver Pierre Garcon and athletic tight end Fred Davis because of injuries.
For only the second time since 1997, Pittsburgh Steelers opened training camp without Hines Ward.
"I'm pretty sure he'll be here," Lewis said. "He's a football player, he loves playing the game. I'm pretty sure he doesn't want to sit out."