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2hRich Cimini

Two kinds of QB luck on Monday night: Bad (Jets) and Andrew (Colts)

Watch Colts-Jets on ESPN or stream live on a computer, tablet or TV-connected device.

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6hRob Demovsky

M. Henry gets cancer diagnosis after NFL cut

Tight end Mitchell Henry, who was released from the Ravens' practice squad last month and has spent time with the Packers and Broncos, has been diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia.

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9hESPN.com

The Big Story for every NFL team

Could the Lions be legitimate contenders in the NFC? Can the Seahawks overcome Earl Thomas' injury? A look at the top storylines for all 32 NFL teams heading into Week 14.

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How does Thomas' season-ending injury affect Seahawks? (1:11)
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Cruz thinks OBJ gets bad rap from media (2:05)
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Stephen A. supports Rivera's decision to bench Newton (1:50)
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Leonard Williams says youth rugby prepared him for NFL (1:18)
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Matthew Berry needs some answers (1:51)
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21hESPN.com

Players recall how the biggest plays of Week 13 went down

Antonio Brown rewards Big Ben's trust; the Chiefs find creative ways to get in the end zone; Tom Brady hits a career milestone; the Bears and 49ers struggle with the forward pass. Listen to the stars describe the big moments.

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Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

Andrew Luck is back after missing the Thanksgiving game with a concussion. Luck is the best hope for the Colts to make the playoffs

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

"It's not frustrating for us; it just shows how good our division is." - Raiders QB Derek Carr, on being 10-2 but having the 9-3 Chiefs on their tail.

Sheil Kapadia ESPN Writer 

In a text to Ed Werder, Earl Thomas did not back down from the idea that he's at least considering retirement. "I'm taking it one day at a time. I still feel the same way I felt last night," Thomas told Werder. "You have to remember my team is still fighting. I don't want to become a distraction." Thomas added that he is not planning on having surgery to repair his fractured tibia.

Ed Werder @Edwerderespn

"You have to remember my team is still fighting I don't want to become a distraction," said Earl Thomas, who doesn't plan to have surgery

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

A victory will not only move the Colts into a three-way tie for first place in the AFC South, it'll also make this fan's night

Ed Werder @Edwerderespn

Seahawk Earl Thomas to me just now: "I'm taking it one day at a time. I still feel the same way I felt last night." Future remains uncertain

Stephania Bell @Stephania_ESPN

Key fantasy players with injury questions, active tonight: Colts: QB Andrew Luck, WR T.Y. Hilton; Jets: WR Brandon Marshall, RB Matt Forte

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

A few Andrew Luck fans in the house at MetLife Stadium. Truth be told, there aren't many fans, period, in the house.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

No wind tonight at MetLife Stadium, so the conditions should be ideal for Jets PK Nick Folk. Jets special teams coordinator Brant Boyer is a former Colts assistant; big game for him and special teams.

Mike DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

Jaguars coach Gus Bradley said WR Allen Robinson has to adjust to DBs bring more physical with him and learn how to deal with that as part of his growth as a receiver.

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Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

The Colts will be without three defensive starters against the Jets. Here are Indy's inactives: CB Patrick Robinson, S Clayton Geathers, LB Deon King, OL Le'Raven Clark, OL Austin Blythe, DL Lavar Edwards and LB Robert Mathis

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets DE Muhammad Wilkerson is active for tonight's game. The inactives are S Calvin Pryor, DL Steve McLendon, LB Lorenzo Mauldin, WR Jalin Marshall, G Dakota Dozier, WR Devin Smith and QB Christian Hackenberg. Rontez Miles starts for Pryor, Mike Catapano for McLendon. C Nick Mangold returns to action after missing four games.

Kevin Seifert NFL Nation 

It took a few hours, but the NFL made the obvious and correct choice this evening in allowing the Titans and Browns to participate in its "My Cause My Cleats" campaign this week. Both teams had byes in Week 13, when the program was scheduled. It has been a resounding success, and the NFL should consider it a guide in relaxing some of its most stringent and least defensible positions.

Adam Schefter @AdamSchefter

Former Raiders' FB Marcel Reece starred at Washington, now gets to return to Seattle area to play for Seahawks, whom he visited Friday.