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Top Selling NFL Jerseys Fall 2013 Edition

NFL teams kicked off their training camps this week and between the upcoming camp visits as well as the regular season, fans are ready to buy their favorite jerseys for the 2013 season. Back in June, we took a look at the top-selling jerseys sold through March 31, 2013. The Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin

Ravens Interested in Elvis Dumervil, Brian Urlacher Trying to Make Sense of Things

Dumervil Receiving A lot of Interest It was just one week ago that the Denver Broncos defensive end Elvis Dumervil was cut by the Denver Broncos thanks to a last-minute fax snafu by his agent. Fast forward to a week later and the player’s agent has been fired (understandly so); the Broncos have said they

Ravens Pessimistic About Re-Signing Ed Reed, Bears Still Reviewing Brian Urlacher Decision

Ravens Pessimistic About Re-Signing Ed Reed Baltimore Ravens safety Ed Reed remains a man without a team after hitting free agency. Last week the Houston Texans flirted with him and one would assume it made his former team jealous. On Wednesday, NFL.com’s Ian Rapport tweeted of the latest status, “#Ravens are very pessimistic about the possibility

Cowboys in Talks to Extend Romo’s Contract, Bears Not Doing So for Cutler

On Wednesday, the Dallas Cowboys and representatives for quarterback Tony Romo have started “informal” talks for a contract extension. Romo, 32, is in the final year of his deal with $16.8 million counting against this year’s salary cap. The Cowboys have discussed the possibility of Romo as “partner” while team looks to cut its $20 million

Seahawks Cut Braylon Edwards, Urlacher Out for Three Games

On Tuesday, the Seattle Seahawks waived wide receiver Braylon Edwards. The Chicago Tribune first reported the story and the team later confirmed it. It was a busy day for Edwards in the news. He started by tweeting about the New York Jets, his former team. Lending his support to quarterback Mark Sanchez in this disappointing

Panthers Snap Losing Streak, Bears Rout Titans, Manning Leads Broncos Rally

Here’s a roundup of the early NFL games for Week 9. Carolina Panthers (2-6) defeat Washington Redskins (3-6) 21-13  In the battle of the Heisman quarterbacks, Panthers quarterback Cam Newton was the winner as he led his team to a 21-13 win over the Redskins. With the win, the team snapped its five-game losing streak.

Injury Update for Thursday’s Green Bay vs. Chicago Bears Game

For football fans, especially those for the NFL North division, Thursday’s match up between the Chicago Bears and the Green Bay Packers is almost a guaranteed good game every time thanks to the long-running rivalry. The Packers will enter the game with a disappointing 30-22 loss against the San Francisco 49ers last Sunday. Should the

Bears Enter the Season with Super Bowl Goal, Browns Trent Richardson to Play

After last season’s disappointing end with former back up quarterback Caleb Hanie at the helm, the Chicago Bears and its fans are chomping at the bit for a successful postseason run. As the team geared up for Week 1 against the newly remodeled Indianapolis Colts, some of the players were open about their goals for

Richardson Returns to Browns, Urlacher Says Knee Will Never Be the Same

On Monday, rookie running back Trent Richardson returned to the Cleveland Browns after his August 9 knee surgery. It’s a step in the right direction but what does it really mean for the team? They won’t say whether he’ll be ready for their first game against the Philadelphia Eagles on Sept. 9.  Earlier in the weekend

Wallace Returns to the Steelers, Urlacher to Be Ready for Week 1

After his long offseason holdout, Pittsburgh Steelers Pro Bowl wide receiver Mike Wallace returned to his team on Tuesday. He arrived with some fanfare under the camera lights and will likely to jump out of the starting gate, ready to play. Wallace said to the Associated Press of his long holdout, “I’m not dwelling on