CINCINNATI — The Pittsburgh Steelers rallied from a 14-3 second-quarter deficit and won for the 11th time in 13 games at Paul Brown Stadium, beating the Cincinnati Bengals 24-17 Sunday night.
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Steelers 24, Bengals 17 (The SportsXchange)
Monday, Oct. 22
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NFL Today, Week 7 (The Associated Press)
With that mercurial, miraculous, memorable, mmm mmm good comeback, the Broncos won their 22nd game in San Diego — the most in any city on planet Earth outside Denver.
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Woody Paige: Broncos vs. Giants, Peyton vs. Eli, in Super Bowl
Former NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue may be challenged by the union as the arbiter in the appeals on the league’s bounty case, ProFootballTalk.com reported Sunday.
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NFL roundup: Union may challenge Tagliabue as bounty arbiter (The SportsXchange)
DENVER (CBS4) – Most of the Denver Broncos players are enjoying their bye weekend out of town, but not cornerback Chris Harris. Harris spent part of his Saturday afternoon talking to children about the importance of doing well in school and having a mentor. “It’s always good to see kids smile and just come out and hang out with an NFL player,” Harris said. “That’s something that I always wished I could do when I was a kid at their age. I just wanted to come out here and spend some time with them.” It was part of the Sports Buddies program put on by the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Colorado.
Broncos’ Chris Harris Talks To Kids About Having A Mentor
The NFL is investigating whether the San Diego Chargers used a banned sticky substance during Monday night’s loss to the Denver Broncos.
NFL checking report Chargers used sticky substance vs. Broncos
SAN DIEGO (AP) — The NFL says it is looking into a report that the San Diego Chargers used a banned sticky substance during Monday night’s loss to the Denver Broncos.
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NFL checking report Chargers used sticky substance (The Associated Press)
The robber tied up grocery store department manager Donovan Briggans, held the gun to his head, and then …. Nothing.
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Denver’s Donovan Briggans worked 7 games as NFL replacement official
It all started when Peyton Manning was fired. The Indianapolis Colts reviewed his four NFL MVP awards, his 11 playoff berths, his 12 wins a year in the nine-season span from 2002-2010, his two Super Bowl appearances and his one world championship and then released him.
Denver Broncos now AFC West favorites at bye week
Ready for StickemGate, San Diego? Here we go. Fox Sports is reporting that the NFL is investigating the San Diego Chargers for using an illegal subs…
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Report: Chargers used banned substance