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Jets' roster magic: 46 players from Motown meltdown disappear
The last time the Jets played in Detroit was a low point in franchise history. And not a single player in uniform that night will play Monday night.
Call of (double) duty: Patrick Ricard is NFL's top two-way player
Ravens FB/DT Patrick Ricard put on some weight to earn more time in the d-line rotation while remaining a viable pass-catcher and lead blocker.
Todd Bowles all business as he prepares for pivotal year
The Jets' coach doesn't shy away from the challenge his record presents, and he's ready to change the narrative with a successful season.
New York Jets depth chart: Only five new starters (for now)
The Jets still have four quarterbacks and 13 cornerbacks on the roster as they continue their offseason program.
How the Jets' roster looks after initial wave of free agency
After an active first few days, the Jets still have some holes to fill -- starting at QB, where it's possible they trade up from the No. 6 draft slot.
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Week 3 NFL Power Rankings - 1-32 poll, plus most pleasant surprise for each team
While we track teams moving up (Cowboys, Ravens) and down (Saints, Steelers) in our 1-32 rankings, we also identify each team's pleasant early-season surprise.
Raiders rookie Josh Jacobs: 'I don't want to be labeled as a soft back'
Jacobs, who ran for 99 yards Sunday, is turning heads with his speed and explosion as well as the physical element he brings.
Lions' offense is a work in progress, but the signs are pointing up
Under a new offensive coordinator, Matthew Stafford & Co. have already seen an increase in production. But the Lions have room to improve.
Money for nothing: Redskins not getting much from key investments
Alex Smith is among the pricey players not helping the Redskins, and the lack of on-field activity (or big plays) has hampered the team's success.
Bears rally around Eddy 'Dinero' Pineiro, the kicker with swag
Chicago is rightfully scarred by dealing with bad kickers. Pineiro's confidence and game-winner Sunday is starting to change some minds.
Carson Wentz shows he's up for any style of fight
For all the changes the Eagles quarterback made this offseason, we saw on Sunday night that Wentz is still Wentz and that's not all bad.