Saints' Bush Out Against Seahawks; Source: NFL Using Electronic Forensics; NASCAR Warning: No Team Orders
November 21, 2010 3:00 PM ET
Saints Decide To Keep Bush Out vs. Seahawks
Reggie Bush will be inactive for the Saints as they host the Seahawks this afternoon. Bush was on the injury list as questionable as he recovers from a broken leg. Additionally, according to a league source, the Saints running back Pierre Thomas tore a tendon in his ankle and in hindsight might have been better served had he undergone surgery to correct it. Thomas is also inactive today, but he has not ruled out the chance he could be ready for a Thanksgiving Day game against the Dallas Cowboys.
Source: NFL Favre-Sterger Probe Goes High Tech
In an effort to determine what Brett Favre did or did not text Jenn Sterger, the NFL is conducting high-tech forensic work to trace the electronic pathways and transmission of any photos or messages that might have been sent during communication between them, according to a source familiar with the situation. The NFL's investigation, which is ongoing, is trying to determine whether the Vikings quarterback's denial is valid or whether more questions and issues need to be raised.
Chasers Warned: No Team Orders
NASCAR officials met with owners of the three drivers competing for the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup championship this morning to make it clear teammates and team orders that could influence the outcome would not be tolerated. Vice president of competition Robin Pemberton backed that up in the driver's meeting by saying, "Remember, 'have at it' does have its limits." Sunday's meeting with NASCAR included Joe Gibbs, Rick Hendrick and Richard Childress, whose drivers -- Denny Hamlin, Jimmie Johnson and Kevin Harvick -- are separated by only 46 points heading into the finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.