Posted by Andy Benoit & Josh Katzowitz
Cardinals rookie QB John Skelton certainly wasn’t great in the first start of his career Sunday, but he was good enough to earn another start from Ken Whisenhunt.
Colt McCoy is optimistic that his return from a high ankle sprain is near.
If the Vikings want to play next Monday’s game at the University of Minnesota, they need to let the school know by today. It’s because removing the snow from the field would take 5-6 days.
Buccaneers rookie DT Gerald McCoy tore his biceps muscle vs. the Redskins on Sunday. He’ll need surgery to repair the damage.
Redskins SS LaRon Landry, who actually had been having a pretty strong season, has been placed on the IR list.
Is it really that big a deal that Tashard Choice got Michael Vick’s autograph after the Eagles-Cowboys game Sunday?
They just won a Monday Night thriller on the road…now John Harbaugh wants his team to get a Monday Night game at home for a change.
Tom Sorensen of the Charlotte Observer questions the constructiveness of Steve Smiths’ comment about Jimmy Clausen. (He ain’t at Notre Dame anymore.)
The Bengals placed underrated run-defending safety Chinedum Ndukwe on IR (knee).
If Flynn had gotten hurt last Sunday, the Packers would have turned to Jordy Nelson at quarterback.
Dolphins NT Paul Soliai has had a surprisingly good season. Now there’s pressure on the Fins to pay the man.
Tom Cable refutes the report that he and offensive coordinator Hue Jackson aren’t seeing eye to eye.
Mike Singletary intimated that Brian Westbrook’s time on the bench earlier this season was a blessing in disguise, as now the veteran RB is fresh. Westbrook doesn’t exactly agree with that, though he’s not raising a stink over it.
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