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Ahead of tonight's Brett Favre jersey retirement ceremony, look back at the love/hate relationship between the legendary QB and Packers fans.


John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Redskins corner Chris Culliver just left the locker room with a brace on his right knee and on crutches, heading to the hospital to get an MRI. He injured his knee in practice.

Eagles can't capitalize on field goal

Caleb Sturgis banged it off the uprights from 50 yards out as the Eagles attempted to put the first points on the board against the Lions. Sturgis is now 13-for-17 on field goals this season. It remains scoreless in the first quarter. Follow live

Not Ray Lewis has your turkey motivation

To those who labor in the kitchen prepping all the Thanksgiving food -- Andre Boyd sees you. And he's got some words of encouragement.


Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Cardinals WR John Brown was back at practice on Thanksgiving...

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets C Nick Mangold, who needed 7 stitches for a deep gash on his right hand, took a limited number of snaps today in practice. "That was a positive," OC Chan Gailey said. "He didn't look any worse for the wear. I don't know if that's exactly the bandage -- or whatever you want to call it -- that he'll use in the game. But what he had on today allowed him to go out there and be fairly effective."

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Redskins corner Chris Culliver injured his right knee in practice and will undergo an MRI. Coach jay Gruden said Culliver hurt the knee when he jumped for a ball in practice. Culliver was dealing with soreness in his left knee earlier this season. Culliver also had an MRI on his shoulder two days ago. They're sharing the results with another doctor to determine the final results. Gruden said there's always concern but he did not want to be "overly positive or overly negative."

Tania Ganguli ESPN Staff Writer 

Texans coach Bill O'Brien brought pecan pies into the media room to prove he really likes Thanksgiving. He likes his warm with vanilla ice cream.

Tania Ganguli ESPN Staff Writer 

Texans right tackle Derek Newton was on the bike at practice on Thursday. He was on the injury report with an elbow injury. CB AJ Bouye was back to practice. He had a concussion.

Eagles' mindset ahead of game vs. Lions?

Despite noise surrounding coach Chip Kelly's future, the players say they're focused on the division race.


Eagles at Lions, 12:30 p.m.

At 4-6, the dysfunctional Eagles are still in the NFC East race, while at 3-7 the dysfunctional Lions are pretty well done. Eagles (-1.5) are slight favorites in the Turkey Day opener. Follow live

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James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

Dolphins LT Branden Albert said Thanksgiving is his favorite holiday. "That's how you get to be 300 pounds, by eating a lot of food," Albert said.

Eagles will miss Mathews, Ertz

RB Ryan Mathews and TE Zach Ertz are both inactive today, and Philadelphia will miss their presence. The Eagles average 6.0 yards per play and 4.9 yards per rush with a 62 Total QBR with both Ertz and Mathews on the field this season. They average 5.2 yards per play and 3.9 yards per rush with a 29 QBR with either one off the field.

T.O. wants to work out for Patriots

Josina Anderson tells Mike & Mike that Terrell Owens' agent says the former WR is serious about a chance to get back in the NFL: "Absolutely, he's serious. He still keeps in shape."


Gronk scared to overeat at Thanksgiving?

It takes mental toughness not to eat too much, said Pats TE Rob Gronkowski: "Knowing you've got that huge pie in front of you and only eating a little piece. ... I know anyone in this locker room could put down like 6 pounds of food."


Sanchez to start against Lions

Adam Schefter explains why lingering injury issues with Sam Bradford will force Mark Sanchez to be Philadelphia's QB today in a game the Eagles need to win.