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No NFL defense is giving up more yards or first downs than the Washington Redskins so far, and cornerback DeAngelo Hall offered a solution Monday: He should cover each opponent's top receiver.
No, that's not Mean Joe Greene, nasty Jack Lambert or give-not-an-inch Mel Blount out there playing defense for the motivated Pittsburgh Steelers. It only seems like it's 1976 again.
Jeff Fisher keeps repeating it: There's no quarterback controversy in Tennessee, and Vince Young will start Sunday against the New York Giants and for the rest of the season.
Disgruntled running back Brandon Jacobs has neither asked the New York Giants for a trade nor approached coach Tom Coughlin to request a meeting to define his role.
Jahvid Best caught a screen pass and turned up the field, then paused ever so slightly. Instead of running into the back of one of his blockers, the Detroit rookie waited for a lane to open, and once he found one, he was gone for a 75-yard touchdown against Philadelphia last weekend.
Washington Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall says he knows what his team needs to do to win: have him cover each opponent's top receiver.
Sure, it's only two weeks into the NFL season. Still, look who is undefeated _ and who is winless.
Chief Financial Officer Anthony Noto is leaving the NFL after two years to return to Goldman Sachs.
Sunday's national game on CBS, mainly Patriots-Jets, earned its highest preliminary rating for its first broadcast of the season since the network resumed televising the NFL in 1998.