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Source: 49ers' Kittle, Breida out vs. Cardinals
Niners tight end George Kittle will sit out Sunday's game against the Cardinals due to knee and ankle injuries, a source told ESPN. The 49ers also will be without RB Matt Breida (ankle), according to a source.[read more]

Kap throws for 8 teams, tells NFL, 'Stop running'
Colin Kaepernick completed a 40-minute workout for what his agent said were representatives from eight NFL teams at an Atlanta-area high school on Saturday.[read more]

Kalil, pulled out of retirement by Jets, goes on IR
Ryan Kalil has been placed on season-ending injured reserve with a knee injury after an attempt at returning to practice this week ended after one day.[read more]

Dolphins sign WR Hurns to 2-year, $8M extension
Allen Hurns, who has caught 13 passes for 170 yards and a TD in eight games this season, signed a two-year extension with the Dolphins through the 2021 season.[read more]

Pats wary of Eagles TEs after Chung ruled out
Patriots safety Patrick Chung, who had been limited in practice throughout the week with heel and chest injuries, will not play against the Eagles on Sunday.[read more]

Rivers wants to play on, will 'regroup' after '19
Chargers QB Philip Rivers says he'll evaluate his situation after the season -- and his contract -- ends, but his desire is to come back and play for the team with which he's spent all 16 seasons of his NFL career.[read more]

Ex-Browns OC Haley says melee falls on Kitchens
Former Browns offensive coordinator Todd Haley doesn't view Thursday's melee that got Myles Garrett indefinitely suspended as a "fluke" incident, telling SiriusXM that it "falls squarely" on coach Freddie Kitchens.[read more]

Myles Garrett shows even when Browns win they still seem to lose
Myles Garrett’s infraction stands alone, but it’s hardly isolated during a season plagued by dysfunction in Cleveland.[read more]

Fantasy fallout: Trade for Titans' Derrick Henry while you still can
Plus: Our roundup of other fantasy player targets.[read more]

Jeff Driskel takes long route to being the Lions' starting QB
Some saw him as the next Tebow at Florida. Then Driskel got hurt and has since struggled to find a place in the NFL. He gets another chance Sunday.[read more]