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Topic - Lion
The Kansas City Chiefs will have a chance to prove they belong atop the AP Pro32 power rankings when they face the Denver Broncos on Sunday.
A friend makes vague threats if you refuse to kick $15,000 into the kitty so he and his pals can take a trip to Vegas without you.
For all the divas among NFL receivers, and there are plenty of them, there are just as many difference makers.
Playing for the field goal used to be a roll of the dice at the end of NFL games. Now, it's almost a sure thing.
The Chicago Bears defensive players believe Lions vice chairman Bill Ford Jr. might be off base after he referred to them as "a bunch of thugs" this week.
"It's part of the process. It's part of being a quarterback in the NFL," Griffin said Wednesday. "Things are going to happen. You're going to have to deal with the scrutiny and be able to face it or overcome it. That's just what it is."
So what if RG3 didn't hold onto the ball as he face-planted at the end of a long run in the fourth quarter in the 27-20 loss to the Lions on Sunday? That he went down, on his own, is encouraging.
Ndamukong Suh might've gotten himself in trouble with another nasty play on the field.
In other action Saturday, Virginia beat Elon 2-0 in Charlottesville and Virginia Tech downed Coastal Carolina 9-1 in an elimination game in Blacksburg.
Top draft prospect Star Lotulelei will undergo more extensive heart tests when he returns to Utah.
Lotulelei is one of the top prospects in April's draft. Some mock drafts even had the Utah star going No. 1 overall. He is expected to see a specialist.
Defense Secretary Leon Panetta, in lifting a ban on women serving in combat, said women have become integral to the military's success and have shown they are willing to fight and die alongside their male counterparts.
Adrian Peterson's remarkable comeback season now has a magic number to punctuate it.
Again and again, it seemed, the sports world in 2012 saw the end of long tales with tragic or, at best, bittersweet endings.
Houston's blowout loss at New England exposed a variety of flaws, leaving the Texans with plenty to work on before they host Indianapolis on Sunday in a suddenly critical AFC South game.