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Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Bills center Eric Wood disagreed Monday with a chop-block penalty against guard Richie Incognito in Sunday's loss to the Giants, telling WGR 550, "Richie's chop block call I think was garbage. He hit him in the hip, which is not a chop block. And that gets the touchdown called back."

Cowboys' Dunbar tears ACL, out for season

RB Lance Dunbar will have surgery to repair a torn left ACL suffered while returning the second-half kickoff in Sunday's loss to the Saints. He had 21 catches for 215 yards as well as 5 carries for 67 yards this season, and was a key member of the return teams.


Sunday sounds from Week 4

Check out the best postgame sound bites from Week 4 of the NFL including some happy QBs and angry coaches.


Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

The Bills have received a roster exemption for DE IK Enemkpali that ends next Monday, a source told ESPN NFL Insider Field Yates. Enemkpali, who is returning from a 4-game suspension, cannot play Sunday against the Titans unless the Bills activate him to their 53-man roster and end his roster exemption.

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Bengals DC Paul Guenther was asked today about DT Brandon Thompson and what needs to happen for him to be active. Guenther said, "he's doing nothing short of what we're asking him to do." Thompson is simply the odd man out on game days for now. Could change, though.

Luck participates in Colts' practice

Andrew Luck has done everything the other Colts QBs have done at practice so far, including screen passes, which is more than he did last week. Luck sat out Sunday's OT win against the Jaguars with a right shoulder injury.


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#Dolphins interim HC Dan Campbell smart to say he expects to be in charge beyond 2015; make players believe their futures determined by him

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Kickoff in Seattle isn't for three hours but Darth Vader is ready to go outside CenturyLink Field.

Shanahan has Falcons running strong

John Clayton on why Kyle Shanahan deserves credit for the Falcons' 4-0 start: "Whether it's Devonta Freeman or the injured Tevin Coleman, Shanahan has called successful running plays to set up easy 3rd-down opportunities for [Matt] Ryan."


Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Newly acquired DL Akiem Hicks went through his first practice with the Patriots on Monday, and said he has a lot of respect for the organization. He is happy to join the club and looks forward to trying to carve out a role.

Murray: I'm not touching the ball enough

Eagles RB DeMarco Murray discussed his lack of touches after his team lost 23-20 to Washington, Sunday.


Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

CB Malcolm Butler says he went home to Vicksburg, Mississippi over the bye-week break. Patriots players returned to work Monday and had an afternoon practice that concluded around 4:45 p.m. ET.

Trump: Redskins don't need name change

Donald Trump tells the New York Times he agrees with rival Jeb Bush's support for the Redskins' embattled nickname. "Honestly, I don't think they should change the name, unless the owner wanted to," adding "I know Indians that are extremely proud of that name."

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Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Chargers QB Philip Rivers called the victory over the Browns a gutty, scrappy win: "You have to find a way to win these because you don't get them back."

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens WR Steve Smith is in "Hall of Fame of pain tolerance," coach John Harbaugh said. Smith is dealing with micro fractures in his back.

Pat McManamon ESPN Staff Writer 

Mike Pettine addressed player concerns that the Browns might be too predictable on defense by saying: "I think a player hears a quarterback call something out one time and then it’s, 'Oh they know what we’re doing.' As a staff we don’t get too wrapped up in that."

Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Down three starters, Chargers head coach Mike McCoy said the offensive line did an outstanding job.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Cowboys don't have final MRI results but expect Lance Dunbar to have surgery possibly this week to repair a torn ACL, ending his season.

Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Chargers RB Danny Woodhead he talked with TE Antonio Gates at Chargers Park today: "It's definitely good to have a guy of his caliber back."

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

The Redskins, in what has almost become a weekly occurrence, re-signed defensive end Frank Kearse and released linebacker Terrance Plummer. The Redskins have cut Kearse the day before the game three times this season. Plummer was on the active roster for two games. He had been on the practice squad.

Marvin Lewis praises Bengals' Andy Dalton

"Well he's done a really good job of continuing to manage the offense. To get us in the right plays and obviously when we choose to throw it, he's ... delivered the ball accurately. He's moved the ball around to the open receiver and done a nice job."