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Reggie Wayne's world is changing.
Hines Ward believes he can still play football. The longtime Pittsburgh wide receiver known for his high-wattage smile and his bone-crunching blocks just couldn't stomach the thought of doing it in some strange uniform on some strange field with nary a Terrible Towel in sight.
The Rolling Stones, Prince and U2 are just some of the music superstars who have taken part in the yearly event that determines the best team in the NFL.
The blockbuster quarterback competition between Rex Grossman and John Beck has made the Washington Redskins a national punch line this summer. That's understandable. Grossman couldn't turn his 2006 Super Bowl appearance into any sort of staying power in Chicago, and Beck is competing with an intern's résumé.
Brett Favre's surprise return ended quickly and Devin Hester set an NFL record with his 14th career return for a touchdown, leading the Chicago Bears to a 40-14 victory over the Minnesota Vikings on Monday night at snowy TCF Bank Stadium.
Defenses were whizzing by the Chicago Bears' line like cars on an expressway, and with no one stopping them, quarterback Jay Cutler was getting flattened.
Saying "I'll go to my grave" with regret, NFL referee Bill Leavy reopened a Seahawks' wound that won't heal by acknowledging he made mistakes in Seattle's disputed, 2006 Super Bowl loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Before they hired an offensive coordinator, the Chicago Bears turned to Mike Tice to help a struggling line.