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#NFL News and Notes - October 13, 2010

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#NFL News and Notes - October 13, 2010

New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman is eager to learn from Deion Branch.

New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan doesn't expect Darrelle Revis' sore hamstring to keep him out against Denver.

The Buffalo Bills will have a full week of practices during their bye week, reports Mark Gaughan of the Buffalo News.

While their opponent this Sunday could be without several key players, the Miami Dolphins are getting healthier, writes Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald.

Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh doesn't expect to prepare any differently for a Randy Moss-less New England offense.

Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin expects a warm welcome for Ben Roethlisberger this Sunday.

The Cleveland Browns officially announced the signing of quarterback Brett Ratliff off the Patriots' practice squad.

Joe Reedy of the Cincinnati Enquirer reports that the Cincinnati Bengals' schedule gets tougher after the bye week.

Several members of the Indianapolis Colts are there on a day-to-day basis, writes Phillip Wilson of the Indianapolis Star.

The Tennessee Titans worked out a few defensive players on Tuesday, reports Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean.

Jacksonville Jaguars cornerback Derek Cox may have regained his starting job, reports Tania Ganguli of the Florida Times-Union.

Most teams on the road, but the Houston Texans have struggled to win at Reliant Stadium the last two seasons.

For the first time this season, the Kansas City Chiefs face the challenge of rebounding from a loss, writes Kent Babb of the Kansas City Star.

Dave Kreiger of the Denver Post sees similarities between the 2008 and 2010 Denver Broncos.

The San Diego Chargers are still working to finalize a contract extension for left tackle Marcus McNeill, reports Kevin Acee of the San Diego Union-Tribune.

Oakland Raiders head coach Tom Cable's relief quarterbacks have delivered wins.

Nagging injuries and a work-in-progress offense has limited the impact of Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Mike Williams, writes Eric Williams of the Tacoma News Tribune.

The San Francisco 49ers claimed safety C.J. Spillman off waivers from the Chargers.

Several injured Arizona Cardinals should return following the bye week.

Injuries have forced the St. Louis Rams to sign two players off their practice squad.

The Green Bay Packers' offense has struggled to put points on the scoreboard in the fourth quarter, writes Lori Nickel of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel.

Minnesota Vikings starting right cornerback Cedric Griffin has a torn ACL in his right knee and is lost for the season.

Detroit Lions third-round pick Amari Spievey has taken to his switch from cornerback to safety, reports Tim Twentyman of the Detroit News.

Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler is expected to start on Sunday, with last week's starter Todd Collins demoted to the #3 role.

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has no intention of firing Wade Phillips after the team's 1-3 start.

Known primarily for his skills as a ballhawk, New York Giants safety Antrel Rolle is proving to be a solid run-stopping safety, writes Mike Garafolo of The Star-Ledger.

Philadelphia Eagles defensive tackle Brodrick Bunkley may not need season-ending elbow surgery, head coach Andy Reid said on Tuesday.

Washington Redskins head coach Mike Shanahan and quarterback Donovan McNabb have increased the confidence level in the rest of the team, writes Jason Reid of the Washington Post.

A lack of proven playmakers in the passing game has the Carolina Panthers' opponents loading up to stop the run, Joseph Person of the Charlotte Observer writes.

Atlanta Falcons second-year safety William Moore is listed as a starter on the team's depth chart for the Eagles game.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers released their punter on Tuesday.

The New Orleans Saints shuffled their roster on Tuesday, most notably signing Julius Jones and releasing kicker John Carney.

Today's NFL birthdays: Broncos safety Brian Dawkins (37), Patriots quarterback Brian Hoyer (25), Raiders linebacker Kamerion Wimbley (27), Eagles guard Todd Herremans (28), Titans defensive tackle Amon Gordon (29), free agent wide receivers Michael Clayton (28) and Will Franklin (25), Hall of Fame wide receiver Jerry Rice (48), former NFL quarterback Quincy Carter (33) and former NFL player and head coach Rich Kotite (68).

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