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13mSheil Kapadia

Biggest Week 7 NFL questions, stats and predictions

Can the Landry Jones-led Steelers hang with Tom Brady and the Patriots? Can the Vikings beat the Eagles to stay undefeated? We'll find out in Week 7.

Steelers need offensive balance against Pats (0:48)
Bruschi 'numb' to NFL's incompetence (2:13)
Giants 'condoning domestic violence' by keeping Brown (1:39)
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5hKevin Seifert

Scouting the NFL's Week 7 officiating crews

From Jeff Triplette's pre-snap movement calls to Walt Coleman's lack of throwing the flag, Kevin Seifert reveals trends for all 17 officiating crews.

Rodger Saffold tackles a very British quiz (2:44)
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1dBill Barnwell

Blame Grigson, not Luck, for Colts' mess

"When you pay Andrew what we did, it's going to take some time to build on the other side of the ball," said Colts GM Ryan Grigson, who has had plenty of time and not much to show for it in Indy.

Stephen A. mashup: 'Cowboys are an accident waiting to happen' (1:06)
Neil Jamieson

Football Kit Mashups: From A to Zenit

Football. And football. Same name, two totally different sports. But one thing they do have in common is iconic uniforms that help shape team identities. With the club season in full swing (and amid international break monotony), we had some fun.

Should Suh have been suspended for kicking Roethlisberger? (1:43)


Paul Kuharsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Titans add outside linebacker Kevin Dodd to the injury report (foot). He's questionable.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens QB Joe Flacco (shoulder) will be active Sunday against Jets after team didn't promote QB David Fales off practice squad. Baltimore will go with Flacco and Ryan Mallett.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens make couple of roster moves: -RB Lorenzo Taliaferro activated off PUP -CB Robertson Daniel promoted from practice squad -S Kendrick Lewis (thigh) placed on IR -TE Daniel Brown waived

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One NFL owner called the treatment of Josh Brown's domestic violence allegations an "embarrassment." es.pn/2etXxdy

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Panthers MLB Luke Kuechly will have his jersey retired today at Boston College, where he set a school record with 532 tackles and became known as a "tackling machine." "Luke is a very deserving person and a very deserving student-athlete for Boston College," former BC quarterback Doug Flutie told reporters at Kuechly's press conference. "He's playing in the NFL and doing these great things that make you proud. He makes you proud that he went to Boston College, and it's a great moment for the program to honor one of the all-time greats."