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Sunday, November 6, 2005

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Good luck finding a running back for your fantasy team this week. The big names who are inactive are piling up. Among them:

  • Arian Foster, Texans
  • Mark Ingram, Saints
  • Maurice Jones-Drew, Raiders
  • Ryan Mathews, Chargers
  • Bernard Pierce, Ravens

He "really doesn't get it."

Multiple sources say Adrian Peterson is in denial about his future with the Vikings and the NFL.

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Adjust your fantasy lineups accordingly: RB Arian Foster is inactive for the Texans today. Keep up with all the Week 3 inactives.

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Starting 0-3 can almost certainly ring the death knell for teams with postseason aspirations.Under the current playoff format, which started in 1990, only three out of the 121 teams that started 0-3 rallied to make the playoffs.

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The NFL and and the NFLPA are expected to begin meeting this week to discuss the dynamics that will go into putting a new personal conduct policy into place, a league source tells ESPN's Adam Schefter.

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One of the chief arguments that Ray Rice will make in the appeal of his indefinite suspension is that the NFL extended his punishment on the basis of an edited videotape, sources told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter. Full story

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What did the Ravens know and when did they know it? Adam Schefter follows up on OTL's investigation into the Ray Rice situation and what fallout could be coming.

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"He loved having made it to the league with such a challenging path and relished his job and the big moments that came with it."

Paul Kuharsky on former Titans kicker Rob Bironas, who died in a car accident Saturday night at the age of 36.

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Need some betting advice for your NFL Sunday? Chad Millman joins Colin Cowherd to break down the best bets -- including some late action on the Cowboys-Rams game.

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"I have the distinct impression that Roger Goodell still views domestic violence as a PR problem for the NFL rather than a violence against women problem for the NFL.

Terry O'Neill, president of the National Organization for Women, calling for Roger Goodell's resignation.

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