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Biggest Week 12 injury questions for all 32 NFL teams
The injury bug has not spared anyone this season, as we provide updates on Julu Smith-Schuster, Mitchell Trubisky and more.

Brady jokes his dislike of Cowboys started at birth
A native of San Mateo, California, who grew up a fan of the 49ers, Patriots quarterback Tom Brady said jokingly, "I've really not liked the Cowboys since coming out of the womb," Brady is 4-0 in his career vs. Dallas.

Stafford says it's important to return this season
Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford said Wednesday that it's important to him to be able to return this season from a back injury that ESPN's Adam Schefter reported last week could take up to six weeks to heal.

Brown files defamation countersuit vs. Taylor
Antonio Brown, the subject of an NFL investigation over Britney Taylor's claims of rape and sexual assault, is countersuing Taylor for defamation and interference with his NFL contracts and endorsements, according to documents obtained by ESPN.

Weddle won't divulge Ravens secrets to Rams
Rams safety Eric Weddle, who played the previous three seasons in Baltimore, won't be sharing any insights about his former team ahead of Monday night's game.

NFL upholds 1-game ban for Browns' Ogunjobi
The NFL upheld the one-game suspension for Browns defensive tackle Larry Ogunjobi for shoving Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph from behind.

Source: Garrett appeal points to 2013 Smith ban
Myles Garrett and the NFLPA argued during an appeal hearing that the indefinite ban for the Browns star -- as compared to Antonio Smith's suspension in 2013 for swinging his helmet at another player -- is excessive.

Rudolph regrets his actions, is OK with Garrett
Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph says he regrets his actions from the brawl with the Browns and doesn't have ill will toward Myles Garrett, who hit Rudolph in the head with a helmet.

Why Lamar Jackson and John Harbaugh needed each other, and football needed them together
The Ravens once bet on an unproven coach, and now they're gambling on a much-debated-about quarterback. The result so far? Magic.

Replacing 'once-in-a-generation player' Myles Garrett won't be easy for Browns
The Browns' playoff path looks more daunting without their defensive cornerstone, and he's not the only one they're missing.