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After two games, Falcons averaging 65 rushing yards per game and 3
#Chiefs RB LeSean McCoy's MRI showed no significant damage to his ankle, sources say, and he has a shot to play in Sunday
Odell Beckham Jr. clocked the fastest speed of any player this season on a scoring play
Beckham hit a top speed of 21.7 MPH during the peak of his run, where he exploded past Jets DB Brian Poole shortly after making the reception.
Odell Beckham Jr. reached 21.70 MPH on this 89-yard TD, the 3rd-fastest speed reached by a ball carrier and fastest on a scoring play this season.@obj hit his max speed at the 38-yard line, when #34 Brian Poole had just 1.9 yards of separation in pursuit.#CLEvsNYJ | @Browns pic.twitter.com/aUbVHgxQr
Odell Beckham Jr. gets his shots in at Gregg Williams, the Giants
Antonio Brown's accuser completes meeting with NFL investigators Monday (via @RapSheet)
By the way, if Jets QB Luke Falk is hurt, RB Le'Veon Bell is the emergency QB
That's what Adam Gase told ESPN at halftime.
18 games down with Kirk Cousins as your QB, Vikings fans
Week 3 Patriots-Jets game now shaping up as a QB matchup of pick 199s -- Tom Brady ('00) vs
Report: Dolphins should have deal for Minkah Fitzpatrick tomorrow
Dolphins wanted a 1 for Minkah Fitzpatrick and they get it from the 0-2 Steelers, who are now rolling the dice on Mason Rudol
Washington State now has produced the Jets' QB Luke Falk and the Jaguars' QB Gardner Minshew
Huge hole against GW defene
Trevor Siemian joins mostly forgettable Jets list via @nypostsports
#Browns TE David Njoku walking to locker room with medical personnel
Dak Prescott spreading the wealth in hot start for Cowboys
Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger releases statement about injury.
Roethlisberger releases the following statement about His injury.
The injury thrusts second-year pro Mason Rudolph into the starting role for the remainder of the season. The Steelers currently sit at 0-2 and are facing a steep uphill battle to make the playoffs.
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Just took a moment to say hello to Hall of Famers Randy Moss and Steve Young off to the side of the ESPN MNF set here at MetL
Getting another opinion on thumb
Coach Sean Payton relayed Monday that Brees (thumb) is getting another opinion on his injured right thumb, John DeShazier of the Saints' official site reports. "They're still in the midst of evaluating it," Payton said. "He's had one opinion, (he's) having a second opinion. As soon as we know something that we can confirm, then we'll report it. But right now, that's kind of the stage we're in."
Brees picked up the injury when his follow-through on a throw slammed into the hand of incoming Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald during Sunday's game. On the sideline afterward, Brees was unable to clutch a football and remained out for the rest of the eventual defeat. After seeing a specialist in L.A. on Monday, it was reported that he needs surgery and will miss 6-to-8 weeks, but Payton seems to have tapped the breaks on that expectation, at least momentarily. A precise recovery timetable should emerge in due time, but there's little doubt that Brees is in line for a multi-game absence while Teddy Bridgewater directs the Saints offense.