Oakland Raiders wide receiver Amari Cooper will play in Sunday's game against the Kansas City Chiefs. Cooper has trended in the right direction all week since missing last Sunday's win over the New York Giants due to a sprained left ankle and concussion. He cleared the concussion protocol Wednesday then practiced on a limited basis Friday. Team sources told ESPN's Dan Graziano that the Raiders had entered Friday under the impression that Cooper was not going to practice and would miss Sunday's game. Cooper went to the trainers and said he would like to try to practice, and they agreed to see how he did. He participated in practice and "looked pretty good," according to one source. Cooper, who

During the 23-3 win over the Bills last Sunday in Buffalo, McDaniels and Brady exchanged words and the New England quarterback stormed off the field animated while continuing to bark at McDaniels. "I want to apologize to Josh for last week in Buffalo," Brady told reporters Saturday.

Khalil Mack whipped by his blocker in a flash, hunting down New York Giants quarterback Geno Smith from behind. The Raiders edge rusher leapt up and brought Smith down like a lion on an unsuspecting zebra. Mack came away with more than prey.

The winless Browns shook up their front office Thursday, first firing executive vice president/general manager Sashi Brown, then hiring Dorsey as the new GM. Dorsey made a significant move immediately.

The winless Browns shook up their front office Thursday, first firing executive vice president/general manager Sashi Brown, then hiring Dorsey as the new GM. Dorsey made a significant move immediately.

Geno Smith’s dad was threatened by an angry Giants fan before his son’s start. New York Giants fans haven’t been too happy in recent weeks. The club first drew the ire of its fans after former coach Ben McAdoo announced Eli Manning would be benched in favor of Geno Smith in Week 13.

ALAMEDA, Calif. (AP) -- Oakland Raiders wide receiver Amari Cooper practiced Friday for the first time since suffering a concussion and a sprained ankle two weeks ago. The two-time Pro Bowl receiver ran and caught passes during the light workout before

Dec 8 (Gracenote) - Standings from the NFL on Thursday AMERICAN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE AFC EAST W L T OTL PF PA PCT 1. New England 10 2 0 0 348 223 .833 2. Buffalo 6 6 0 0 227 283 .500 3. NY Jets 5 7 0

The actions of This Week in the NFL – the New York Giants firing GM Jerry Reese and coach Ben McAdoo on Monday, the Cleveland Browns firing EVP Sashi Brown on Thursday (but not coach Hue Jackson) – were noteworthy as much for their timing as for their result, that of pushing out high-level individuals in their respective organizations. The word for it is "accountability," and the question that it all immediately calls to mind is: What is the accountability plan of Chairman George McCaskey for the Bears, short-term and longer-term?

The New York Giants' firing of coach Ben McAdoo and general manager Jerry Reese may have made things tougher on the Dallas Cowboys in their fight to stay in the playoff race. A week ago, the Cowboys (6-6) probably looked forward to playing the Giants (2-10) at MetLife Stadium with either Geno Smith or rookie Davis Webb running New York's offense under McAdoo's plan to evaluate his quarterbacks after benching Eli Manning.

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