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NFL Week 11 in emojis

Sarina Morales works in a baby emoji and a squirrel, and you've got James Jones and Cam Newton to thank for that.


Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens coach John Harbaugh said he never insinuated that the Rams were a dirty team. "That's unfortunate," Harbaugh said.

Golic: Manziel doesn't care about football

Mike Golic thinks Johnny Manziel's actions show that football is not the main focus of his life.


Brady-Manning: A few things we'll miss

Tom Brady and Peyton Manning have played 16 times since 2001. With Manning out Sunday and his career in doubt because of injuries, here are a few things we'll miss about their matchup. Who's the better pitchman?


QB fantasy rankings: Palmer the No. 1 option

Matthew Berry and Field Yates both have the Cardinals QB atop their list of options for this week. Palmer's opponent, the 49ers, allow the second-highest QBR in the league. QB rankings

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Soak in Bart Starr's visit to Lambeau Field

Mike Greenberg on the scene when Starr visits Lambeau Field for what may be the final time: "Tomorrow night, we say goodbye to one of the genuinely great stars in sports history."


Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Bill Belichick draws a connection to the 2015 Broncos and the Broncos of the 1990s, mentioning common links of John Elway (Executive Vice President), Gary Kubiak (head coach), Wade Phillips (defensive coordinator), and Joe DeCamillis (special teams).

Bill Belichick live on SportsCenter

The Patriots coach is preparing for a visit to the 8-2 Broncos on Sunday. It is the toughest remaining game on New England's schedule, according to the Football Power Index. Live on ESPN, WatchESPN

Packers can pull even with Bears

The Packers and Bears square off Thursday night for the 192nd time, including the postseason. Chicago leads the all-time series 93-92-6, meaning the Packers can pull even with Chicago for the first time since October 1933, when the series was tied 11-11-4.

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Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Lions HC Jim Caldwell said playing back-to-back Thursday games allows Detroit to get back in a rhythm after tomorrow against Philadelphia.


Primer: DraftKings, FanDuel head to court

A legal battle that will shape the future of the billion-dollar daily fantasy sports industry kicks off Wednesday in New York Supreme Court, where powerhouse game operators DraftKings and FanDuel will try to fight off New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman's quest to temporarily shut them down as the case heads to trial. What you need to know

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Report: Agent says Kelly has lost his team

The Eagles are trapped in a losing season, and some players are reportedly not happy with their coach Chip Kelly. An anonymous agent told NJ Advance Media: "Chip Kelly has lost the team. Between the losses and his bull---- methods that aren't working, I can tell you that the players have tuned him out."

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Panthers quarterback Cam Newton is the NFC offensive player of the week for the second time this season. Newton threw a career-high five touchdown passes in Sunday's win over Washington. He had four in the first half and sat out most of the fourth quarter.

London Calling: 3 NFL games abroad in '16

The NFL schedule in the UK for the 2016 season features three teams that have not previously played a regular-season game in London:

  • Colts vs. Jaguars
  • NFC East team vs. Rams
  • Redskins vs. Bengals

You like that? A Kirk Cousins investigation

When the Redskins QB shouted You like that! earlier this season, it prompted ESPN's John Keim to go through all of Cousins' games so far this season and determine if he liked that. Mixed results

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Lions CB doesn't want son to play football

Rashean Mathis, who is currently on IR with a concussion, on his 3-year-old son Rashean, Jr.: "If Im protecting him from everything, then hes not going to learn and grow in anything. But my stance on it, from the youngest age that I can, I would try to hinder him from playing it." His mission to educate

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A week in the life: Calais Campbell

The Cardinals DT begins his week in earnest on Monday around noon. And then it's all about practice, charity events and massages. His routine

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Rams WR Bailey shot, in stable condition

Rams WR Stedman Bailey was shot Tuesday night and is in critical but stable condition. Bailey was wounded twice in the head and is expected to undergo surgery Wednesday, a source confirmed to ESPN. Story

Chargers' Fluker has another concussion

Just hours after an independent neurologist cleared D.J. Fluker of a concussion, the OL suffered another one during Sunday's game against the Chiefs, according to the San Diego Union-Tribune. Fluker has entered league protocol with the fourth known concussion of his career.