Linebacker A.J. Klein is back in Buffalo after being signed to the Bills practice squad to replace Christian Kirksey, who informed the team he intends to retire.
Today in Sports, September 22 - Miami head coach Don Shula gets his 300th career victory
Today in Sports - Week Ahead, September 22 - September 28, 2 Takes
Today in Sports - Week Ahead, September 22 - September 28, Take 2
Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Justin Herbert says he and the team can and will improve their performance late in games.
The run-deficient Minnesota Vikings have acquired running back Cam Akers in a trade with the Los Angeles Rams.
Almost lost in the Chandler Jones situation is the effect his absence has had on the Raiders defensive line.
The Denver Broncos have failed to follow up strong starts with solid second halves in their two losses to open the season.
Jacksonville’s Trevor Lawrence struggled last week, completing 53.7% of his passes and garnering just 9.2 fantasy points.
The Baltimore defense has picked up where it left off a season ago. Led by a pair of excellent inside linebackers, a better-than-expected secondary and a pass rush that’s put to rest some preseason concerns, the Ravens shut down Houston and kept Cincinnati’s dangerous passing game under control.
Dalton Risner spent six months as a free agent until he finally signed this week with Minnesota. The former Denver guard acknowledged some regret he let the process play out that long as he began the integration process with his new team.
Green Bay Packers offensive tackle David Bakhtiari was hoping he had gotten past the knee issues that resulted in three separate surgeries and impacted his past two seasons.
Buffalo Bills linebacker Matt Milano is a player of few words while marching to his own boom, boom, boom beat on the field.
Ryan Tannehill has been around the NFL long enough to know not to listen to critics wanting him either benched or traded away after one bad game.
Patriots rookie Demario Douglas was among New England’s biggest standouts during training camp, routinely hauling in sure-handed receptions despite his 5-foot-8 frame.
Sauce Gardner has watched video of the New England Patriots’ offense and it seems easy to understand. Stopping it is a different story.
The Seattle Seahawks may be without starting cornerback Riq Woolen for Sunday’s game against Carolina as he deals with a chest injury.
Gardner Minshew is preparing this week like all the others. The difference this time is he may start Sunday when the Indianapolis Colts visit Baltimore.
Matching the biggest comeback win in franchise history was cause for celebration for the New York Giants.
The Las Vegas Raiders placed defensive end Chandler Jones on the reserve/non-football illness list on Wednesday. Jones will miss at least the next four games.
New Orleans Saints safety Marcus Maye has been suspended without pay for three games for violating the NFL’s substance abuse policy.
Fourteen NFL teams are 1-1 and Pro Picks also has an even record through two weeks. It takes a couple of games for most teams to find their way and to figure it out.
Chicago Bears quarterback Justin Fields indicated he is being given too much information by the coaching staff and thinking too much as a result rather than trusting his instincts.
Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes says he is happy with a reworked contract that makes him the league’s highest-paid player over the next four years, but also pleased in the way the deal is structured.

Major League Baseball

MLB — Suspended Milwaukee RHP J.C. Meija for 162 games without pay for violating the Joint Drug Prevention and Treatment Program.
The San Francisco 49ers return home after beginning the season with back-to-back road wins to take on the New York Giants.
There were some tough losses for football in fantasy and on the field in Week 2, but we’re putting the past behind us and moving forward with these productive players.
Carolina Panthers rookie quarterback Bryce Young did not participate in Wednesday’s walkthrough practice because of an ankle injury, opening the door for the possibility of veteran Andy Dalton starting on Sunday against the Seattle Seahawks.
Chicago Bears defensive coordinator Alan Williams has resigned, saying he needs to tend to his health and his family.
The Detroit Lions lost more than a game against Seattle, placing defensive back C.J. Gardner-Johnson and defensive end James Houston on injured reserve.