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#NFL News and Notes - September 15, 2010

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#NFL News and Notes - September 15, 2010

The New England Patriots traded running back Laurence Maroney to the Broncos.

Buffalo Bills cornerbacks and safeties appear to be a strength of the team, writes Jay Skursku of the Buffalo News.

Nose tackle Kris Jenkins has a torn ACL, which leaves the New York Jets scrambling for reinforcements.

Miami Dolphins first-round defensive end Jared Odrick will miss a few weeks with a hairline fracture of his fibula.

Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh out-coached Rex Ryan on Monday night, writes Mike Preston of the Baltimore Sun.

Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Dennis Dixon will remain the starter, reports Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

Cleveland Browns quarterback Jake Delhomme is in a walking boot and may miss significant practice time this week, reports Tony Grossi of the Cleveland Plain-Dealer.

The Cincinnati Bengals need to establish the run against the Ravens, writes Joe Reedy of the Cincinnati Enquirer.

Indianapolis Colts safety Bob Sanders will meet with Dr. James Andrews today about his right biceps tendon injury.

The Tennessee Titans switched up their practice squad on Tuesday.

Several Jacksonville Jaguars will be returning home this weekend when they visit the Chargers.

Houston Texans fullback Vonta Leach is a catalyst for the running game.

Kansas City Chiefs president Denny Thum resigned on Tuesday, effective immediately.

Newly acquired running back Laurence Maroney should be familiar with the Denver Broncos offense, writes Mike Klis of the Denver Post.

San Diego Chargers first-round Ryan Mathews pinned the running game woes on himself.

Oakland Raiders quarterback Jason Campbell studied film from Sunday to make sure he wasn't tipping off the snap count.

With Ted Ginn sidelined with a knee injury, the San Francisco 49ers re-signed wide receiver Jason Hill on Tuesday.

Seattle Seahawks guard Max Unger was placed on injured reserve on Tuesday.

The Arizona Cardinals depth at wide receiver is being tested, reports Kent Somers of The Arizona Republic.

Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports the St. Louis Rams were talking to the Patriots about acquiring a running back not named Maroney.

Green Bay Packers running back Ryan Grant will miss the rest of the season with a serious ankle injury.

Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Greg Camarillo is eager to face his former team on Sunday, reports Chip Scoggins of the Star Tribune.

Detroit Lions president Tom Lewand's 30-day suspension was reduced by 30%, Tom Kowalski of

Chicago Bears offensive line coach Mike Tice will need to be resourceful to improve the line's performance in 2010.

Dallas Cowboys offensive coordinator Jason Garrett is responsible for the offense's struggles, writes Jean-Jacques Taylor of the Dallas Morning News.

Several defensive backs worked out for the New York Giants on Tuesday.

In his weekly column for the Philadelphia Daily News, Philadelphia Eagles offensive tackle Winston Justice writes about concussions.

Washington Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall has matured into a leader, writes Jason Reid of the Washington Post.

The Carolina Panthers have re-signed kickoff specialist Rhys Lloyd, Darin Gantt reports.

Atlanta Falcons defensive tackle Jonathan Babineaux was reinstated to the active roster after he was suspended for the season-opener.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers cornerback Aqib Talib was excited his teammates won the opener while he served a one-game suspension.

New Orleans Saints running back Reggie Bush is forfeiting his Heisman Trophy.

Today's NFL birthdays: Hall of Fame quarterback Dan Marino (49), late Hall of Fame defensive lineman Merlin Olsen would have turned 70 today. Ravens offensive lineman Marshal Yanda (26), Texans guard Chris Myers (29), Dolphins safety Chris Clemons (25), Giants left tackle David Diehl (30) and cornerback Aaron Ross (28), Rams practice squad fullback Brit Miller (24), Redskins cornerback Kevin Barnes (24), free agent wide receiver Jason Carter (25), running backs Kenny Irons (27) and Chad Kackert (24), long-snapper Tim Lindsey (27), center Dan Mozes (27), and fullback Tyler Whaley (26). Sehaawks head coach Pete Carroll turns 59.

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