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Giants’ WR Hakeem Nicks Returns to Practice

New York Giants wide receiver Hakeem Nicks has practiced for the first time in two weeks.

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In Memory of Alex Karras – Other NFL Stars that Made it to the Big Screen

Yesterday, Dennis and Judi were discussing the passing of NFL great Alex Karras. Dennis and Judi mentioned how Karras played in the NFL but most kids that grew up in the 80's know Karras best for being Emmanuel Lewis' dad on the hit sitcom 'Webster.' Karas also was in the movies 'Blazing Saddles' and 'Victor Victoria' as well. That sparked a conversation as to other NFL greats that made it onto the big screen after leaving football.

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Mark Sanchez is Jets’ Starting QB “This Week,” Coach Says

New York Jets coach Rex Ryan says Mark Sanchez is the team's starting quarterback "this week" -- and wouldn't make a long-term commitment.

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Sports Fans Cheering at Athletes Getting Hurt – Right or Wrong? [VIDEO/POLL]

At every sporting event, you cheer and boo your favorite team or their opponent. It's your right. You're a paying customer and as long as you aren't throwing things on the field and physically or verbally assaulting another paying customer, you should be okay. There are times, however, where cheering is not the right thing to do. Check out the video below of one NFL player taking issue with his team's fans.

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Lex Hilliard (Chris Graythen, Getty Images)
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Jets Sign FB Lex Hilliard, Waive WR Patrick Turner

The New York Jets have signed fullback Lex Hilliard and waived wide receiver Patrick Turner.

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NFL Referees Make Official Return to Field [VIDEO]

Ravens fans had two reasons to cheer Thursday night. The second was a 23-16 win over the Browns that came down to the final play. The first was the return of the regular officials, who received an ovation just before kickoff.

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Jets’ Wilson Tasked with Replacing Injured Star Revis

Darrelle Revis is likely gone for the season with a knee injury, and Kyle Wilson has the tough task of replacing the All-Pro cornerback for the New York Jets.

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Giants’ RB Bradshaw Back From Injury as Eagles Loom

Ahmad Bradshaw is ready to return as the New York Giants top running back after being sidelined for a game by an inflamed disk in his neck.

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Players, Obama Welcome NFL Regular Ref Back To Work [VIDEO]

 

One NFL player says he never thought he'd be excited to see the referees return to work -- he says "it's about time."

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Could the replacement referees cause you a disability?
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Looking for a Disability to Retire From? How About Referee Rage?

It seems like more and more people are always looking for a way to get federal assistance or looking for a quick way to retire due to some form of a "health issue." Well, in light of the recent events that have been taking place in the NFL, Jim has a brand new disability that people could wind up retiring from.

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