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  • Arizona Cardinals offense more balanced than in the past

    Playing defense against the Arizona Cardinals used to be pretty easy, at least in concept. Opposing teams would simply blanket All-Pro wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald with double or triple coverage and take their chances with the rest of the Cardinals...
  • Cardinals stun Eagles with late scoring bomb

    Cardinals stun Eagles with late scoring bomb
    — Just like their meeting a year ago, the Philadelphia Eagles and Arizona Cardinals played a game on Sunday that came down to the final minute. Only this time it was the Cardinals who emerged with a victory, scoring on a 75-yard bomb from Carson...
  • Haitian Dolphins Louis Delmas, Terrence Fede winning friends, influencing people

    Haitian Dolphins Louis Delmas, Terrence Fede winning friends, influencing people
    At Fresh Kut Barber Shop in Miami's Little Haiti, Ary Jaccis, a 30-year old Miami resident, learned something he didn't know about the Dolphins. They have two Haitian players – safety Louis Delmas and rookie defensive end Terrence Fede. "For the...
  • Fantasy start/sit for Week 11: Solving the puzzle of Matt Ryan vs. Cam Newton

    It's the Falcons. At the Panthers. Someone has to score, don't they? No game this season has promised so much yet so little at the same time. You could look at this matchup and see Cam Newton and Matt Ryan engaged in a shootout, or you could turn it...
  • NFL Camp preview: Jets offense, QB under scrutiny

    Head coach Rex Ryan really liked how the New York Jets looked during OTAs and minicamp. Of course, what else is he, or any other NFL head coach, going to say' "The energy and all that stuff has been outstanding," Ryan said. "I love the way we're...
  • Behind Enemy Lines: Depleted Jets secondary opens opportunity for Bears receivers

    As the Bears prepare for their second straight road game, this time to the east coast, we asked Manish Mehta, the Jets beat writer for the New York Daily News, for his candid personal scouting report. Here are four things you need to know about the Jets...
  • Mark Sanchez has last laugh after hearing boos from Jets fans

    Mark Sanchez has last laugh after hearing boos from Jets fans
    Mark Sanchez, the veteran New York Jets quarterback embroiled in a battle to be the starter with rookie Geno Smith, finally caught a break at training camp in Cortland, N.Y., on Saturday after getting booed by fans. The former USC star from Orange...
  • Records aren't enough for Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith

    Records aren't enough for Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith
    With the Ravens' season on the brink, wide receiver Torrey Smith is hesitant to talk about his individual successes in a breakout season. He knows he is within reach of breaking a franchise record, but only because the media keeps asking him about it....
  • Looking back at the New York Jets' loss to the Buffalo Bills

    Each week, Baltimore Sun reporters Aaron Wilson and Matt Vensel look back at the Ravens' previous game and that of their next opponent. Bills 37, Jets 14 Strategy: The Jets are a team built to play with a lead, so it's not surprising that their game...
  • Haloti Ngata not practicing, Marlon Brown returns

    Haloti Ngata not practicing, Marlon Brown returns
    Pro Bowl nose tackle Haloti Ngata remained sidelined at practice on Wednesday after missing the Ravens' 23-20 overtime loss to the Chicago Bears with a sprained left knee. Ngata has no torn ligaments, according to a source who characterized the injury...
  • Ed Reed's potential impact (or lack thereof) in his second return to Baltimore

    When Ed Reed made his Houston Texans debut and his return to Baltimore on that Sunday afternoon back in September, the free safety made so little impact, even one of his former teammates wondered where Reed -- the bearded, ball-hawking, sure-fire Hall-of-...