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  • Panthers defense destroys Cardinals in NFC wild-card playoff victory

    Panthers defense destroys Cardinals in NFC wild-card playoff victory
    CHARLOTTE, N.C. — If you believe in the idea that defense travels, you can't discount the .500 Panthers in the postseason. Ron Rivera's swarming Panthers defense set an NFL playoff record in a 27-16 wild-card round victory Saturday at Bank of...
  • Jim Harbaugh officially done as San Francisco 49ers' coach

    Jim Harbaugh officially done as San Francisco 49ers' coach
    A highly successful — and highly combative — era came to an end for the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday when the club did the expected and parted company with Coach Jim Harbaugh. Harbaugh coached the 49ers for four seasons, leading them to...
  • NFC playoff preview: Lions at Cowboys

    NFC playoff preview: Lions at Cowboys
    Slowing running back DeMarco Murray is a huge key to stopping the Cowboys. The Lions caught a big break in that regard last week when the NFL reduced the one-game suspension of All-Pro defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh to a hefty fine. Suh was punished...
  • Cardinals, third-stringer Ryan Lindley capable of upset over Panthers

    Cardinals, third-stringer Ryan Lindley capable of upset over Panthers
    These teams have been headed in opposite directions lately, with Carolina winning four in a row and Arizona losing four of six. Because of injuries, the Cardinals are down to third-string quarterback Ryan Lindley, who threw the first two touchdown...
  • NFL Week 17: Aaron Rodgers gives Packers a leg up in playoff seedings

    NFL Week 17: Aaron Rodgers gives Packers a leg up in playoff seedings
    Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers didn't put up his typical gaudy numbers Sunday. He didn't throw four touchdown passes or roll up 400 yards. He did something better. He did the Lambeau Limp. Rodgers, carted off in the first half with a calf injury,...
  • Bears coaching job no better than Raiders, say NFL execs, coaches

    Bears coaching job no better than Raiders, say NFL execs, coaches
    In announcing the massive housecleaning Monday at Halas Hall, President Ted Phillips called the Bears' head coaching job prestigious. He stands nearly alone in that opinion in light of a Tribune poll of NFL front-office employees and coaches who...
  • On The Air Sunday

    BASKETBALL 1 p.m.: Virginia Commonwealth at Fordham. CBSSN 1 p.m.: Women's college, Maggie Dixon Classic: UConn vs. St. John's. ESPN2; Radio: 1080 1 p.m.: Women's college, Notre Dame at Syracuse. YES 1:30 p.m.: Women's college, Texas A&M at Arkansas....
  • Defense drives Panthers' surge

    — If you believe in the idea that defense travels, you can't discount the .500 Panthers in the postseason. Ron Rivera's swarming Panthers defense set an NFL playoff record in a 27-16 wild-card round victory Saturday at Bank of America Stadium,...
  • NFC playoff preview: Cardinals at Panthers

    NFC playoff preview: Cardinals at Panthers
    These teams have been headed in opposite directions, with the Panthers winning four in a row and the Cardinals losing four of six. Because of injuries, the Cardinals are down to third-string quarterback Ryan Lindley, who threw his first two NFL...
  • Marshawn Lynch's grandfather expects him to have a big game Sunday

    Marshawn Lynch's grandfather expects him to have a big game Sunday
    Marshawn Lynch hasn't said much of anything this week, but by Sunday night, when the confetti has settled on Super Bowl XLIX, the Seattle running back will have made a significant statement. That's what his grandfather thinks, at least. "I think he'...
  • Super Bowl hopefuls feature pros and cons

    Super Bowl hopefuls feature pros and cons
    DENVER — Each of the dozen NFL teams still standing has reason to believe next month will bring a party and a parade. Every one of them also has a potentially costly flaw that could have them dejectedly clearing out their lockers instead. "The...