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  1. Why the Ravens' Lamar Jackson is playing better than during his MVP season

    He leads the NFL in passer rating and TD passes, and teammates think he's playing his best football ever.
  2. Favre charity gave to USM while he sought funds

    Favre's charity, Favre 4 Hope, donated more than $130,000 to the University of Southern Mississippi Athletic Foundation from 2018 to 2020 while he was trying to raise money for a new volleyball stadium, according to tax records obtained by ESPN.
  3. Minneapolis to host if Chiefs-Bucs has to relocate

    The Sunday Night Football game between the Chiefs and Bucs remains scheduled for Raymond James Stadium in Tampa. However, if the game must move because of the aftereffects of Hurricane Ian, it would be played in Minneapolis.
  4. Chargers star Bosa to have surgery, goes on IR

    Chargers edge rusher Joey Bosa will undergo surgery for a groin injury he suffered in Sunday's loss and be placed on injured reserve, coach Brandon Staley said Wednesday.
  5. Belichick reiterates Jones 'day by day' -- 12 times

    Patriots coach Bill Belichick said Wednesday that injured QB Mac Jones is "definitely making a lot of progress in the last 48 hours." But when peppered with follow-up questions, Belichick would only offer a variation of the same answer: "Day. By. Day."
  6. Cleared to play, Jets QB Wilson won't alter style

    Jets quarterback Zach Wilson has been cleared by doctors to return from his knee injury and will start Sunday against the Steelers, coach Robert Saleh said Wednesday.
  7. Vegas' Adams shrugs off Green Bay comparisons

    Raiders receiver Davante Adams said there is no reason to worry this early in the season about his decreased production as he and quarterback Derek Carr make adjustments, particularly because of how he is defended.
  8. Winston plans to play after rest day in London

    Saints quarterback Jameis Winston said he intends to start Sunday's game in London after being held out of practice Wednesday to rest his injuries.
  9. Bills' Jackson thankful in wake of 'scary' collision

    Dane Jackson hasn't been ruled out from returning to the field Sunday, saying he'll see how he feels when he wakes up Thursday morning. Neck soreness is his only lingering symptom from the collision that hospitalized him earlier this month.
  10. Who's the new No. 1 in Power Rankings? We went 1 to 32

    A big shuffle in the top five and an undefeated team ranks No. 1.