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Cardinals' Kingsbury deflects talk of OU coach job
Arizona Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury says he's focused on the team's next opponent, the Chicago Bears, not on reports he's being targeted for the Oklahoma Sooners' vacant head coaching job.[read more]

Source: Surgery not likely for Rodgers during bye
Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is not expected to undergo surgery during the bye week to fix his broken toe, a source told ESPN's Rob Demovsky.[read more]

Source: Vikings RB Cook has dislocated shoulder
Vikings running back Dalvin Cook dislocated his shoulder during Sunday's loss to the San Francisco 49ers, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.[read more]

Panthers' McCaffrey done for year due to ankle
An ankle injury will force Panthers running back Christian McCaffrey to miss the rest of the season, the team announced Monday.[read more]

49ers say WR Samuel, LB Warner out 1-2 weeks
49ers WR Deebo Samuel (groin) and LB Fred Warner (hamstring) are expected to miss one to two weeks, coach Kyle Shanahan said Monday.[read more]

Cowboys' Hill suspended two games for punch
Cowboys DT Trysten Hill has been suspended two games for punching Raiders OG John Simpson after Dallas' loss to Las Vegas on Thanksgiving Day.[read more]

WFT's Slye (hamstring) out at last three weeks
Washington coach Ron Rivera says kicker Joey Slye with miss at least three weeks because of a hamstring injury suffered in Monday's win over Seattle.[read more]

Source: Meyer not leaving NFL for any college job
Jaguars coach Urban Meyer isn't interesting in leaving the NFL to take a college football coaching job amid speculation he might be interested in the Notre Dame opening, a source told ESPN.[read more]

Packers jump back up to No. 1 in Power Rankings, plus how every team's confidence has evolved
Confidence in Trevor Lawrence and the Jaguars is falling, but we're feeling better about Nick Bosa and the 49ers and Mac Jones and the surging Patriots.[read more]

NFL MVP watch: Brady on top; Allen still worth a buy
Tom Brady is the MVP favorite, but are there better values out there? Doug Kezirian breaks down the main candidates and looks at other awards races to watch heading into Week 13.[read more]