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Berry is buying Fitzgerald's production.

Larry Fitzgerald leads the NFL in red zone targets and Matthew Berry expects his production to continue.

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Power Rankings: rising and falling behind QB play.

Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers showed why they're among the all-time greats on Sunday, while Derek Carr and Cam Newton fell flat. So how did it all impact the NFL Power Rankings?

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Titans WR Matthews plans to continue to kneel.

Titans wide receiver Rishard Matthews explains his intention to continue kneeling until President Donald Trump apologizes for his critical comments.

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Dak tumbles over two Cardinals for touchdown.

The Cowboys QB flips over a pair of Arizona defenders to score a 10-yard touchdown in Dallas' win on Monday Night Football.

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Business is booming for Antonio Brown.

The Steelers receiver is putting up big numbers on the field, and attracting a big fan base off it.

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Villanueva is sorry he made teammates 'look bad.'

Alejandro Villanueva regrets the image of him standing alone during the national anthem because it appears Mike Tomlin and the Steelers aren't behind him in the tunnel, which he says is not true.

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Rookie RBs are taking over fantasy.

Field Yates breaks down how rookie running backs have been putting up more fantasy points than most veterans this season.

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The sports world responds to President Trump.

Jay Harris recaps a weekend that saw athletes from several sports respond to President Donald Trump's critical comments about players who protested during the national anthem.

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NFL teams show unity during anthems.

In stadiums around the country, and in London, NFL players, coaches and owners reacted to President Trump's recent comments.

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