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Sunday Night Football begins with Broncos-Colts (The SportsXchange) ( yesterday ) Courtesy of
The first Sunday Night Football game of the 2014 season features the second meeting between Peyton Manning and his former team when the Denver Broncos face the Indianapolis Colts and his young replacement, quarterback Andrew Luck, on Sept. 7. With the NFL Network adding eight games to its schedule, there will be more night games than ever this season. The Broncos-Colts opener on Sunday Night Football is followed by San Francisco 49ers' first game in their new Levi's Stadium on Sept. 14 against the Chicago Bears. Yahoo! Wed, Apr 23
Team Report - TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS (The SportsXchange) ( yesterday ) Courtesy of
Smith comes in and makes major changes Yahoo! Wed, Apr 23
Team Report - ATLANTA FALCONS (The SportsXchange) ( yesterday ) Courtesy of
Falcons use offseason to get tougher Yahoo! Wed, Apr 23
2014 NFL schedule: What are the best games each week of the season? (Shutdown Corner) ( yesterday ) Courtesy of
People get jacked for the release of the NFL schedule. So do we. And though lots will change — even before we get to training camp — there are some definite must-see games on the schedule. Our challenge? Narrowing it down to one key one per week. Here goes nothing: Week 1 Green Bay Packers at Seattle Seahawks C'mon. It's the season-opener. Even with quality games elsewhere on the schedule — including Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos hosting his former team, the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday night — you can't go away from this one. Props to the NFL for pitting the Seahawks and Packers, combatants in one of the league's most controversial games in recent seasons, and not backing down from that talk. That's uncharacteristic of the league. Week 2 Pittsburgh Steelers at Baltimore Ravens The NFL wasn't going to give CBS, which paid a fortune for the Thursday night package, a dud game. Sure, maybe this hasn't been the epic rivalry it was, say, 4-5 years ago, but there is no love lost between these two hard-nosed clubs. There's no added or especial juice to the rivalry this time around, just your garden-variety hatred — and a solid content between two talented teams that should compete for the AFC North crown. Week 3 Broncos at Seahawks  Look, we easily could have picked DeSean Jackson and his new Washington Redskins team heading up to face his former club, the Philadelphia Eagles. But who moves the needle more than Manning and a Super Bowl rematch in Seattle? The question on everyone's minds: If it was 43-8 Seahawks on a neutral field, what will it be with the 12th Man in the house? What could make it more interesting are Denver's defensive additions, led by DeMarcus Ware, Aqib Talib and T.J. Ward. The Broncos will be seeking whatever revenge there is to be gotten from a regular-season game, and the Seahawks will seek to pummel them once again. Fun stuff. Week 4 Green Bay Packers at Chicago Bears A rematch of the NFC North-deciding game in Week 17 at Soldier Field, but Bears-Packers always carries special weight. Both teams will be in the running for a division crown once more, and there's an interesting plot twist to the rivalry: Julius Peppers, once a plum free-agent signing of the Bears, now comes in as a visiting member of the Packers. But it's a loaded week, with a slate that includes Steve Smith's Ravens facing his former Carolina Panthers team in Baltimore, an excellent matchup fo the San Francisco 49ers and Philadelphia Eagles and several other quality matchups. Week 5 Kansas City Chiefs at San Francisco 49ers In something of a blah week on paper, we think Alex Smith's return to San Francisco is an interesting story. With talk of the Chiefs wanting to extend Smith long term, and Colin Kaepernick perhaps a year from hitting the market, it stirs up talk of Jim Harbaugh's decision to trade Smith for a pair of draft picks, including a second-rounder in a few weeks. Smith flourished his first season in K.C., and Kaepernick almost led the 49ers to a second straight Super Bowl. Beyond that, this should be a solid game of teams that won 11 and 12 games, respectively, a year ago. Yahoo! Wed, Apr 23
NFL announce regular-season schedule (National Football Post) ( yesterday ) Courtesy of
Flexible scheduling expanded Yahoo! Wed, Apr 23
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Mike Glennon North Carolina State
Dan Orlovsky Connecticut
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Jeff Demps Florida
Michael Hill Missouri Western State
Mike James Miami (Fla.)
Spencer Larsen Arizona
Brian Leonard Rutgers
Erik Lorig Stanford
Doug Martin Boise State
Lonnie Pryor Florida State
Bobby Rainey Western Kentucky
Michael Smith Utah State
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Skye Dawson Texas Christian
Vincent Jackson Northern Colorado
Chris Owusu Stanford
Eric Page Toledo
Russell Shepard LSU
Tiquan Underwood Rutgers
Mike Williams Syracuse
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Kyle Adams Purdue
Nate Byham Pittsburgh
Tom Crabtree Miami (OH)
Luke Stocker Tennessee
Tim Wright Rutgers
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Rian Lindell Washington State
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Marvin Booker Rutgers
Da'Quan Bowers Clemson
Adrian Clayborn Iowa
William Gholston Michigan State
Gary Gibson Rutgers
Derek Landri Notre Dame
Matthew Masifilo Stanford
Gerald McCoy Oklahoma
Steven Means Buffalo
Trevor Scott Buffalo
Scott Solomon Rice
Akeem Spence Illinois
Daniel Te'o-Nesheim Washington
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Jonathan Casillas Wisconsin
Jacob Cutrera LSU
Lavonte David Nebraska
Mason Foster Washington
Ka'Lial Glaud Rutgers
Adam Hayward Portland State
Danny Lansanah Connecticut
Dekoda Watson Florida State
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Michael Adams Louisiana-Lafayette
Johnthan Banks Mississippi State
Mark Barron Alabama
Ahmad Black Florida
Deveron Carr Arizona State
Bobby Felder Nicholls State
Anthony Gaitor Florida International
Dashon Goldson Washington
Danny Gorrer Texas A&M
Leonard Johnson Iowa State
Kelcie McCray Arkansas State
Bradley McDougald Kansas
Rashaan Melvin Northern Illinois
Darrelle Revis Pittsburgh
Keith Tandy West Virginia