|Redskins' Meriweather placed on IR
Washington Redskins safety Brandon Meriweather was placed on injured reserve Friday, ending his season due to a toe injury.
|Redskins' Moss fined $22K for outburst
Washington Redskins wide receiver Santana Moss was fined $22,050 by the NFL for an outburst directed at officials that got him ejected from Sunday's game against the Giants.
|Cards' Stanton doubtful, Mathieu probable for Sunday
Arizona Cardinals quarterback Drew Stanton is doubtful, while safety Tyrann Mathieu is probable to play in Sunday night's NFC West showdown against the Seattle Seahawks.
|Chargers' Mathews, Allen out vs. 49ers
The San Diego Chargers will be without running back Ryan Mathews and wide receiver Keenan Allen for Saturday's game in San Francisco.
|Seahawks ink Avril to four-year extension
The Seattle Seahawks continue to take steps towards keeping their outstanding defense intact, with the reigning Super Bowl champions signing pass rusher Cliff Avril to a four-year extension on Friday.
|Cowboys' Murray questionable for Sunday
Dallas Cowboys running back and the NFL's leading rusher DeMarco Murray is questionable to play in Sunday's game against the Indianapolis Colts due to a broken left hand.
|Colts' Hilton to be game-time decision
The Indianapolis Colts have listed T.Y. Hilton as questionable for Sunday's game against the Dallas Cowboys, though the prospects of the team having its star receiver available appear iffy at best.
|Vikings LB Barr out for season with knee surgery
Minnesota Vikings rookie linebacker Anthony Barr will undergo knee surgery and miss the final two games of the season due, the team said Friday.
|Falcons list Jones as questionable for Sunday
Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Julio Jones again sat out practice Friday because of a hip injury and was listed as questionable for Sunday's game against New Orleans.
|Newton probable for Sunday
The Carolina Panthers have listed Cam Newton as probable for Sunday's game against Cleveland, one day after head coach Ron Rivera said it was likely that his starting quarterback would return to action.