By Douglas Holtz-Eakin
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Defensive lineman Trevor Pryce will not play in the New York Jets' game at Pittsburgh on Sunday because of an injured hip.
Mike Pettine heard all the words used to describe the New York Jets' defense performance at New England.
The New York Jets are out to make Tom Brady miserable.
If there were any doubts, any lingering questions, any deeper suspicions about whether he could handle the pressure of being Cleveland's starting quarterback and all that goes with it, Colt McCoy has put them all to rest.
The insults spread around the Jacksonville Jaguars' locker room within minutes.
The Baltimore Ravens waived defensive end Trevor Pryce on Wednesday, though coach John Harbaugh says it's likely the team will soon re-sign the 14-year veteran.
"I'm doing my best to get him one before I leave here," said Pryce, fourth on the active sacks list. "If there comes a time when they put me and him on the field together, I'll do all of the dirty work and (he) can run and clean up. When that light goes off on him _ it took me three years _ but when it clicks, people are in trouble."
"It's not about sacking him because you're not going to sack him," defensive end Trevor Pryce said. "He'll get rid of the ball. The best you can do is force him to make a throw maybe a second earlier than he wants to. That's worth its weight in gold."