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Jaws: Eagles use of Murray 'inexcusable'

ESPN's Ron Jaworski can't understand why Eagles RB DeMarco Murray was on the field for less than half of the team's offensive plays in their loss to the Redskins.


David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Panthers coach Ron Rivera is pretty optimistic Luke Kuechly will be back soon. Says met with independent last week and the independent physician didn't feel comfortable clearing him.

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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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.


Bucs cut kicker Kyle Brindza

Tampa Bay has cut Brindza, per ESPN and media reports, after he missed seven kicks (five FGs, two extra points) in the last two weeks.


Schefter: Dolphins 'looking for some fire'

Adam Schefter discusses why Miami fired Joe Philbin and why it will reportedly replace him on an interim basis with tight ends coach Dan Campbell.


Dolphins fire coach Joe Philbin

Miami let Philbin go today after a 1-3 start to the season. Tight ends coach Dan Campbell will be named interim coach, per ESPN and media reports. Philbin was 24-28 since taking over the Dolphins in 2012.


SportsCenter @SportsCenter

Dolphins struggle on both sides of ball. NFL Rank: •Total offense: 23rd •Total defense: 30th •Rushing offense: 30th •Rush defense: 32nd

Todd Archer @toddarcher

Former Cowboys TE Dan Campbell looks to be the Dolphins interim head coach. Was great leader as player. Hope it works for him as coach.

Field Yates @FieldYates

The Patriots hired Bill Belichick in 2000. The other 3 AFC East teams have had 21 head coaches combined since that time.

Another Dolphins coach fired midseason

Joe Philbin is the third Dolphins head coach to be fired midseason since 2004.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

Maybe the third time is the charm, as source confirms RB Ahmad Bradshaw is visiting the Colts today.

Dan Graziano @DanGrazianoESPN

The Giants are the No. 1 run defense in the league right now (69.8 ypg allowed) and the No. 32 pass defense (316.3).

Matthews: 'You ain't Russell Wilson, bro'

TV cameras on the Fox broadcast picked up sound of Packers linebacker Clay Matthews shouting this to 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick. The Packers sacked Kap six times Sunday. Story

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Schefter: Miami preparing to fire Philbin

The Dolphins were preparing to fire head coach Joe Philbin as of Sunday night, per ESPN's Adam Schefter. If Philbin is fired, Dolphins tight ends coach Dan Campbell would be the leading candidate to become the interim head coach.

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ICYMI: Brees' 400th TD pass is game-winner

On the second play of overtime against the Cowboys, Drew Brees caught the defense sleeping and connected with C.J. Spiller for a game-winning 80-yard touchdown pass.


Chip Kelly responds to DeMarco Murray

Responding to Murray's comments Sunday that he's not getting enough touches, Kelly told 94-WIP Philadelphia: "Everyone needs the ball more. I've got no issue with that. We need to play more on offense. That's the bottom line. We're getting off the field on third down and most of the time when we're off the field on third down it's our fault. ... We're doing it to ourselves."

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Tom Brady on youth sports: Let kids be kids

Brady, father of 3, was asked about youth sports on WEEI today: "I’ve made a comment for a while now: ‘I hope my kids are late bloomers in whatever they do.’ ... [T]he competition feels like it starts so early for these kids – whether it’s to get into college or getting into the right HS or the right elementary school. I don’t know how it’s taken that turn, but you know, sometimes it’s nice for kids to just be kids." 'It's just different now'

Miami owner + coach Joe Philbin meet

ESPN's Adam Schefter: "Everybody is waiting to see what Stephen Ross, the Dolphins owner, decides to do because clearly this team is one of the most, if not the most, disappointing teams in all of football."