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  • Seahawks' Russell Wilson avenges rookie loss in win over Cardinals

    Seahawks' Russell Wilson avenges rookie loss in win over Cardinals
    GLENDALE, Ariz. — Russell Wilson was a loser in his NFL debut in Arizona 13 months ago. Not so Thursday night. Wilson threw for three touchdowns, Marshawn Lynch rushed for 91 yards and the Seattle Seahawks beat the Cardinals, 34-22. “...
  • Jets' Rex Ryan thinks Mark Sanchez might be able to play this season

    Jets' Rex Ryan thinks Mark Sanchez might be able to play this season
    Mark Sanchez is still focused on coming back this season for the New York Jets. Coach Rex Ryan thinks it could happen. Sanchez, hurt in the team's third preseason game, is rehabilitating his injured right shoulder rather than immediately having...
  • By and bye, Adrian Peterson, others in NFL come tantalizingly close

    By and bye, Adrian Peterson, others in NFL come tantalizingly close
    Two thousand steps forward. Two big steps back. On a Sunday when Minnesota's Adrian Peterson became the seventh NFL player to run for 2,000 yards — coming within nine of breaking Eric Dickerson's season rushing record — two teams backpedaled...
  • NFC West has come a long way

    NFC West has come a long way
    Two years ago, the NFC West was a joke. Four teams, four losing records. The Seattle Seahawks became the first team in history to win a division and reach the postseason at 7-9. Fast forward to today, and the NFC West is, top to bottom, the best...
  • NFL punters are being bullied on the block

    NFL punters are being bullied on the block
    Through the first half of the NFL season, there have been 14 punts blocked. That might not sound like a lot, but consider there were nine in the entire 2011 season, meaning the league is on track for more than three times as many. Sure, it could be a...
  • Dire straits and narrow victories are the norm in NFL Week 11

    Dire straits and narrow victories are the norm in NFL Week 11
    Just another ho-hum NFL Sunday. Houston beat Jacksonville. Atlanta beat Arizona. Dallas beat Cleveland. What else would you expect from three home teams favored by a combined 33 points? Now, please excuse those winning teams as they strap on...
  • 49ers' Brandon Jacobs goes from seldom seen to out of sight

    49ers' Brandon Jacobs goes from seldom seen to out of sight
    In a roundabout way, Brandon Jacobs told the San Francisco 49ers how he really felt. And Monday, in a direct way, the 49ers told Jacobs to take a hike. The team suspended the disgruntled running back for the final three games of the regular season,...
  • NFL draft preview: AFC and NFC West

    NFL draft preview: AFC and NFC West
    The draft will be held Thursday, Friday and Saturday in New York. Times NFL writer Sam Farmer examines team needs by division. Today, the West divisions: AFC West Now that they have their quarterback in Alex Smith, the Kansas City Chiefs need...
  • NFL Week 16 preview: Revitalized Seahawks face 49ers

    NFL Week 16 preview: Revitalized Seahawks face 49ers
    Move over, RG3. Make room for another rookie quarterback sensation . . . RW3. That's Seattle's Russell Wilson, who happens to wear No. 3 and has helped invigorate the Seahawks, just as Robert Griffin III has pumped life into the Washington Redskins....
  • Coaches are in the spotlight this week in the NFL

    Coaches are in the spotlight this week in the NFL
    All around the NFL, this figures to be a landmark week for the men who carry clipboards and draw up Xs and O's. Joe Vitt has returned to the New Orleans Saints as interim coach, his six-game suspension behind him. Carolina's Ron Rivera is facing...
  • Quarterback change reiterates that NFL is foremost a business

    Quarterback change reiterates that NFL is foremost a business
    The NFL is a business. Easy to say. Hard to swallow. Nowhere was that more evident this week than in San Francisco, where Alex Smith officially lost his starting quarterback job to Colin Kaepernick, who had filled in for him after Smith suffered a...