#NFL News and Notes - December 18, 2010

The Seattle Seahawks are shuffling their offensive line for the ninth time this season, writes Eric Williams of the Tacoma News Tribune.

Also for the TNT, I look at the contract of Stacy Andrews, who is being shuffled out of the Seahawks' starting lineup.

San Francisco 49ers head coach Mike Singletary's bag of tricks is empty, writes Matthew Barrows of The Sacramento Bee.

Dropped passes have been an issue for the 2010 Arizona Cardinals, writes Kent Somers of The Arizona Republic.

St. Louis Rams safety O.J. Atogwe was fined $5,000 for grabbing the helmet of Saints running back Reggie Bush.

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is doubtful to play on Sunday night, but the door is open for him to play.

Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Percy Harvin re-joined the team after missing two weeks with migraine headaches.

Detroit Lions quarterback Drew Stanton is the likely starter on Sunday against Tampa Bay.

Chicago Bears cornerback Charles Tillman returned to practice on Friday, reports Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune.

Members of the New York Giants plan to be physical against Eagles quarterback Michael Vick.

Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson and cornerback Asante Samuel are questionable, but expected to play on Sunday.

Washington Redskins quarterback Rex Grossman plans to seize his opportunity, writes Rich Campbell of the Free Lance-Star.

Friday's quarterback change in Washington shifted the focus of the Dallas Cowboys' defense.

New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees was named the AP Male Athlete of the Year on Friday.

To compensate for injuries, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will rotate their linebackers on Sunday.

Atlanta Falcons defensive tackle Jonathan Babineaux's charity work dates back to childhood.

Carolina Panthers head coach John Fox will have no trouble looking himself in the mirror after the season.

Baltimore Ravens cornerback Josh Wilson has found his comfort zone, writes Ken Murray of The Baltimore Sun.

Pittsburgh Steelers safety Ryan Mundy has learned from Troy Polamalu.

Winning games will help Cleveland Browns head coach Eric Mangini state his case to keep his job, writes Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain-Dealer.

Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Terrell Owens is questionable with a knee injury, but is expected to play.

Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning isn't concerned with breaking Brett Favre's consecutive starts streak.

Injured Tennessee Titans quarterback Vince Young made a surprise appearance in the locker room on Friday, reports John Glennon of The Tennessean.

Veteran quarterback Todd Bouman re-signed with the Jacksonville Jaguars on Friday.

Houston Texans head coach Gary Kubiak is focused on beating Tennessee, not his job security for next season.

Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Matt Cassel is a game-time decision for Sunday.

Denver Broncos first-round quarterback Tim Tebow continued to take the first-team reps at practice on Friday.

Oakland Raiders cornerback Stanford Routt will be matched up with Broncos wide receiver Brandon Lloyd on Sunday.

After a three-touchdown game, wide receiver Vincent Jackson's future in San Diego is a hot topic.

The Miami Dolphins hope to get their ground game going against the Buffalo Bills.

New England Patriots guard Stephen Neal is focused on rehabbing his surgically-repaired shoulder.

Buffalo Bills players are not fans of the NFL's 18-game regular season proposal.

The New York Jets may benefit from facing a Troy Polamalu-less defense on Sunday.

Today's NFL birthdays: Panthers defensive tackle Ed Johnson (27), Bengals left tackle Andrew Whitworth (29), Browns tight end Ben Watson (30), Jaguars linebacker Freddie Keiaho (28), Patriots defensive lineman Ron Brace (24), Saints running back Pierre Thomas (26), Chargers safety Patrick Watkins (28), free agent wide receiver John Broussard (27), safeties Todd Johnson (32) and Dante Nicholson (29), cornerback Evan Oglesby (29), and quarterback Bill Stull (24). Retired wide receiver Don Beebe (46), defensive ends/linebackers Peter Boulware (36) and Marco Coleman (41), and quarterbacks Greg Landry (64) and Dan McGwire (43).

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