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By Mangosuthu Buthelezi
Memories of a long brotherhood tempered in common struggle
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Nick Mangold
Willie Colon's wallet might take a heavy hit from the NFL.
A tumultuous summer for Joe McKnight just got worse.
Mark Sanchez spoke for more than 20 minutes about the New York Jets' crowded quarterback situation, saying all the right things throughout.
Mike Tannenbaum pulled out a letter as he stood in front of the New York Jets players for one last time.
Mark Sanchez is still the face of the franchise.
Mark Sanchez found out the New York Jets had acquired Tim Tebow on a conference call with team management.
The fallout from the New York Jets failing to make the NFL playoffs is in full swing, with members of coach Rex Ryan's staff leaving, players taking shots at quarterback Mark Sanchez and other players defending him.
Aaron Rodgers should have fond memories of Atlanta. The last time he led the Packers into the Georgia Dome, they routed the Falcons in the second round of the playoffs. Rodgers was unstoppable then, and is playing even better in leading the defending Super Bowl champions to a 4-0 start.
New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez labored through one of the worst games of his brief professional career in front of the entire country on Sunday night.
The Houston Texans think they are well-equipped for life without Andre Johnson.
When Eagles players, the Jets coach and the Cowboys owner ramped up the expectations for their teams, it seemed reasonable. All had the talent to challenge for a championship.
Ravens cornerbacks Chris Carr and Jimmy Smith are inactive for Baltimore's game against the New York Jets on Sunday night.
The New York Jets have big problems up front on both sides of the ball.
Jamaal Charles could be out awhile for the Kansas City Chiefs. The Dallas Cowboys are thankful Tony Romo came back quickly.
Two-time Pro Bowl defensive end Osi Umenyiora told the Associated Press that he will practice with the New York Giants on Monday.
"I'm excited that Rex is going to be here," Mangold said. "I know he has a passion and a fire for this game and for this team. We have to do a better job on the field, and that starts here shortly."
"That's how he is, and that's what he does," center Nick Mangold said Thursday.