When the New York Giants take on the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday night, they will be without starting right tackle David Diehl, rookie nickel corner Jayron Hosley, and linebacker Keith Rivers, who have already been ruled “out” by head coach Tom Coughlin. The Giants will also be without No. 1 receiver Hakeem Nicks, whose offseason foot surgery has made him a question mark during the early part of the season. Nicks’ added a knee injury to the injury report this week and, after initially being listed as “doubtful” to play against the Eagles, was downgraded to “out” on Saturday and will not make the trip to Philadelphia. Meanwhile, left tackle King Dunlap (hamstring) is out, which means Demetress Bell will make another start for the Eagles. After missing last week’s loss to the Arizona Cardinals, wide receiver Jeremy Maclin (hip) is listed as “probable” and should be good to go on Sunday night. Buffalo Bills running backs Fred Jackson (knee) and C.J. Spiller (shoulder) are listed as “questionable” for Sunday afternoon’s game against the New England Patriots. Of the two backs, Jackson is the more likely to actually play on Sunday. For New England, they’ll be without tight end Aaron Hernandez, who missed Week 3’s loss to the Baltimore Ravens with an ankle injury that is expected to keep him out for four-to-six weeks. Edelman suffered a left hand injury in the loss to the Ravens and missed all of this week’s practices.
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Hakeem Nicks, C.J. Spiller headline the NFL’s Week 4 injury report (Shutdown Corner)
Receiver Darrius Heyward-Bey and tight end Richard Gordon will miss Sunday’s game for the Oakland Raiders in Denver with injuries.
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Oakland Raiders’ Darrius Heyward-Bey, Richard Gordon won’t play against Broncos
The Denver Broncos have placed second-year safety Quinton Carter on injured reserve after he hurt his surgically repaired left knee last weekend.
Denver Broncos put Quinton Carter on injured reserve
Weeked mail call: Mikey from Denver wants to know what I think Knowshon Moreno’s future in Denver is. Bill Williamson: I don’t think Moreno will eve…
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Mailbag: Broncos’ third down defense
By Rich Kurtzman The Denver Broncos got some good news, and some bad news during Friday’s practice as far as injuries are concerned.
The Chargers and Chiefs have authored some exciting games over the past few years. Expect that trend to continue on Sunday as they collide with first place in the AFC West on the line. Our Scout.com team experts, Michael Lombardo and Nick Athan, break down the big game, talking about Philip Rivers’ struggles in Arrowhead, San Diego’s defensive deficiencies and much more.
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Behind Enemy Lines: Chargers vs. Chiefs p. II
MEDINAH, Ill. (AP) — Keegan Bradley went from a rookie to a rock star in the Ryder Cup, and Phil Mickelson saw it coming.
Friday’s Sports In Brief (The Associated Press)
ENGLEWOOD — This can’t be good for Quinton Carter. A 12-game starter as a rookie safety last season, Carter has been ruled out of the game Sunday against Oakland because of a recurring knee injury.
Broncos fear Carter’s knee injury could be serious
Denver Broncos coach John Fox is appealing his $30,000 fine by the NFL for inappropriate behavior toward a replacement officiating crew, ESPN.com reported Friday.
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Broncos coach Fox appeals $30,000 fine (The SportsXchange)