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Saturday, December 24, 2005

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One AFC Playoff Spot Left

There's one wild card still up for grabs in the AFC. Here's who can get in, leaving ties out of the equation:

  • Chargers clinch with a win
  • Ravens clinch win a win and a Chargers loss
  • Texans clinch with a win and losses by the Chargers and Ravens
  • Chiefs clinch with a win and losses by the Ravens and Texans
Full Week 17 playoff scenarios


What's at stake: Lions-Packers

  • Winner clinches NFC North
  • Packers clinch home-field advantage with win and Seahawks loss
  • Lions clinch home-field advantage with win and losses by Seahawks and Cardinals
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Chiefs RB Jamaal Charles was listed as questionable with hamstring and ankle injuries, but he is active and will play today against the Chargers. Full Week 17 inactives

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More discipline problems for Browns

In addition to Josh Gordon being suspended and Johnny Manziel being fined, Browns rookie DB Justin Gilbert will be inactive for Week 17 after being late for a team meeting last night, a league source tells ESPN's Adam Schefter.


Forte Looking to Make History

Matt Forte leads all running backs in receptions this season, needing just 6 to become the 3rd RB in NFL History to catch 100 passes in a season. Forte would need 8 receptions to surpass the all-time RB record set by Larry Centers in 1995 with 101 catches.


Falcons looking to replace Smith?

The Falcons have hired the search firm Korn Ferry to identify head coaching candidates in the event the team makes a head coaching change, league sources tell ESPN's Chris Mortensen and Adam Schefter. Atlanta can still make the playoffs with a win over Carolina today.


Browns WR Josh Gordon was suspended by the team for missing Saturday's walkthrough and will finish the season playing just five games -- meaning he'll be a restricted, rather than unrestricted free agent after his contract expires in 2015.

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Bears coaches on chopping block?

At least three members of the Bears coaching staff expect head coach Marc Trestman and the staff to be let go after today's regular-season finale at Minnesota, ESPN's Michael C. Wright reports.


Michigan is the likely destination for 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh, but Adam Schefter reports that the move is not a done deal yet.


Rex Ryan is already cleaning out his office, but that might not be the only change in store for the Jets. Adam Schefter has the latest.