Tuesday September 27th, 2011

An abbreviated look at what’s going on around the NFL on Tuesday, Sept. 27:

Antrel Rolle says that the Eagles were guilty of "cheap-shotting a little bit" during New York's win in Philadelphia Sunday. Rolle was involved in multiple scuffles with Eagles players and was flagged for unnecessary roughness after one such exchange with Brent Celek.

• Another week, another disappointing effort from Chad Ochocinco, who managed just two catches in New England's loss to Buffalo and dropped what should have been an easy touchdown grab.

• A great start to the season might get even better for the Lions Sunday, if rookie DT Nick Fairley makes his debut, as Detroit is hoping.

• With Peyton Manning out indefinitely and Kerry Collins sidelined by an apparent concussion Sunday, the Colts reportedly brought in QBs Dan Orlovsky and Brodie Croyle for workouts.

• Joe Namath believes that Rex Ryan's ever-present bravado has the Jets believing they're better than they are -- leading to losses like Sunday's in Oakland.

• New Orleans continues to express confidence in its depth, but the Saints' growing list of injury woes could force them to explore some other roster options prior to Week 4. • The Packers were relieved to find out that right tackle Bryan Bulaga had just sprained his knee and not torn his ACL Sunday, but Bulaga's status for Week 4 is still in doubt.

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