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Panthers are expected to place Greg Hardy on Commissioners Exempt List

hardyAccording to Sports Illustrated the Carolina Panthers are following in the footsteps of the Minnesota Vikings, by placing Greg Hardy on the Commissioners Exempt List.  This basically means that the team will suspend Hardy indefinitely, and they have the option to pay him as well until all charges have been taken care of in the courts. 

The are reportedly expected to place Greg Hardy on the Commissioner’s Exempt list

This is a very smart move by the Panthers. They needed to do something to Hardy. They did inactivate him last week. Hardy has been charged and found guilty on his assault charges on his baby’s mama. 

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Bears rookie Kyle Fuller wins defensive player of the week

kyle fullerChicago Bears rookie Kyle Fuller had a spectacular game against the San Francisco 49ers intercepting 2 passes and really putting the knife in the chest of the Niners this weekend. 

The other NFC players of the week were:

Offensive Player of the Week:

Eagles RB Darren Sproles had a huge game, winning himself the Offensive player of the week. Sprole had 7 receptions for 152 yards and tore up the Colts in a monster comeback win for the Eagles. 

Special Teams Player of the Week:

Cardinals return man Ted Ginn Jr. was the recipient of STPOTW. Ginn had a huge 71 yard punt return in the game helping the Cardinals get off to a 2-0 start. 

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Spiller takes home AFC Special Teams Player of the Week

spillerThis is the second week in a row the Buffalo Bills special teams has taken home the player of the week. Last week Dan Carpenter won the award, and this week Spiller tore it up with a huge 102 kick return for a touchdown. 

The other players of the week were:

Defensive Player of the Week:

Chandler Jones who had a very solid game racking up Two sacks, three QB hits, three hurries, blocked FG, TD. 

Offensive Player of the Week:

Antonio Gates of the Chargers. The guy looked like he was 19 again, scoring touchdowns from all over the place. 

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Patriots are talking up Charles Woodson; Still looks impressive

raidersTom Brady knows a thing or two about Charles Woodson, shoot they have a 20 year history with each other. Brady and Woodson played together at Michigan and practiced with one another back in their college days. Well while Brady will not comment on the old “Tuck Rule” game, one person that was still impressed with the 17 year veteran was the Pats head coach. 

Charles Woodson doesn’t look like a 17-year veteran, says Belichick. Looks impressive.

The Patriots will have a tough task this week facing the Raiders. The Raiders secondary is much improved and Tom Brady has been scared to throw the ball down the field this year.  

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Rams worked out former Bills QB Thad Lewis

thadThad Lewis was a very solid back-up quarterback last year for the Buffalo Bills. A matter of fact, he was the reason the Bills swept the Miami Dolphins last year.  Well yesterday the St. Louis Rams worked out Lewis. 

Rams tried out quarterback Thaddeus Lewis

He was signed by the St. Louis Rams as an undrafted free agent in 2010. He played college football at Duke. Lewis was not signed, but it is likely an emergency list in case of injury.

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Jets worked out several solid veterans yesterday

bishopYesterday the New York Jets worked out several NFL veterans. They had linebackers Desmond Bishop and Pat Angerer in town for a work-out along with former Delaware QB Pat Devlin, and wide receivers Michael Preston, David Gettis and Tiquan Underwood. 

Jets try out Pat Angerer, Desmond Bishop, Pat Devlin, David Gettis, Michael Preston, Tiquan Underwood

None of these guys were signed, but it is likely an emergency list in case of injury. 

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