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Giants say Barkley day-to-day with ankle injury
The Giants are considering running back Saquon Barkley day-to-day as he tries to return from an ankle injury.[read more]

Source: Panthers S Woods could miss 4-6 weeks
Panthers starting safety Xavier Woods is expected to miss extended time with a hamstring injury, sources told ESPN's Jeremy Fowler, another blow to an already thin Carolina secondary.[read more]

Police investigating ex-NFL player Williams' death
Police are investigating the death of former NFL player Mike Williams after getting information that he might have received unprescribed drugs from someone while hospitalized.[read more]

Jets add QB Siemian; Kap inquired about signing
The New York Jets, reeling from back-to-back losses after an overtime victory in Week 1, signed veteran free agent quarterback Trevor Siemian on Tuesday, though Zach Wilson will start on Sunday against the Kansas City Chiefs.[read more]

Packers optimistic Jones, Watson to play Thurs.
There is optimism from the Packers that running back Aaron Jones and wide receiver Christian Watson will return from hamstring injuries to play Thursday night against the Lions.[read more]

Swift effect: Kelce jersey sales see 400% spike
Travis Kelce jersey sales spiked Sunday after Taylor Swift attended the Chiefs' game to watch him play.[read more]

Raiders' Jones: I was hospitalized against my will
Raiders defensive end Chandler Jones wrote in a social media post Monday night that he was taken to a hospital "against my will" by the Las Vegas Fire Department last week.[read more]

Rodgers: Jets need 'to grow up,' not point fingers
Aaron Rodgers said Tuesday on "The Pat McAfee Show" that the Jets' offense needs "to grow up" and "not point fingers at each other."[read more]

Mike Williams' injury sets the stage for rookie Quentin Johnston
Johnston, the Chargers' first-round pick, has played significantly less through Week 3 than the other rookie wide receivers taken in round one.[read more]

Washington is confident QB Sam Howell's 'growing pains' will lead to improvement
After yielding four interceptions and nine sacks, the Commanders need to rally behind Howell.[read more]