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Week 13 takeaways, big questions: Kyler Murray's return sparks Cards, Lions get first win and Ravens fall
Arizona rolled to a win with Kyler Murray and DeAndre Hopkins back, while the Colts' defense kept Houston off the board. Oh, and the Lions won! Here's what to know from Week 13.[read more]

Packers place quarterback Love on COVID-19 list
Green Bay Packers backup quarterback Jordan Love, who has been taking most of the midweek practice reps while Aaron Rodgers treats and rests his fractured pinkie toe, was placed on the NFL's COVID-19 list on Monday.[read more]

Sources: Giants QB Jones unlikely to play Sun.
After further visits with team doctors and specialists to have his neck injury evaluated, QB Daniel Jones is unlikely to play Sunday vs. the Chargers, sources said.[read more]

Saints' Harris suspended; Jordan on COVID list
Saints receiver Deonte Harris was suspended three games Monday for a summer DUI arrest and defensive end Cameron Jordan was placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list, putting his 172 consecutive games-played streak in jeopardy.[read more]

Panthers' Rhule: Hiring Brady wasn't a mistake
Panthers coach Matt Rhule said the decision to fire offensive coordinator Joe Brady was "purely football" and he doesn't regret his decision to hire him last year.[read more]

Thibodeaux to skip Ducks' bowl, declare for draft
Star Oregon defensive end Kayvon Thibodeaux will skip the team's bowl game and declare for the NFL draft, he announced Monday night.[read more]

Chargers place leading WR Allen on COVID list
The Chargers put leading receiver Keenan Allen on the reserve/COVID-19 list Monday.[read more]

Ravens lose star CB Humphrey for rest of season
Ravens cornerback Marlon Humphrey will miss the rest of the season with a torn pectoral muscle, an injury he suffered in Sunday's loss to the Steelers.[read more]

Patriots throw just 3 passes, run away from Bills
With a power running game of monumental proportions, led by quarterback Mac Jones and running back Damien Harris, the New England Patriots threw for just 19 yards but bruised their way past the Buffalo Bills in a pivotal AFC East matchup on Monday.[read more]

Mike Zimmer's underachieving defense may have sealed his fate in Minnesota
Being the victim of the Lions' first win of the season was just the latest defensive failure for the Vikings.[read more]