Injury Report: Foster Not Ready For Game Action, But Offense Mostly HealthyComing off an ugly 27-20 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs at home in Week 1, the Houston Texans head to Carolina in Week 2, and they will do so without the services of their starting running back. Arian Foster has returned to workouts, and that's the good news. The bad news is he still won't be ready to play by Sunday. Otherwise, the Texans should be relatively healthy in support of new starting quarterback Ryan Mallett on Sunday.
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Irvin: I Have A Problem With Jerry Talking To Garrett On The Sideline During The GameMichael Irvin joined Mad Radio and they talked about the horrible night by Cam Newton and what he needs to improve on, the Seattle Seahawks and how hard it is to repeat as champions and his thoughts on Jerry Jones on the sidelines during the game.
Five Things: Panthers Vs. Saints Thursday Night RoundupThe Saints took control of the NFC South with a 28-10 victory over the Panthers last night, their first win in Carolina since 2011. New Orleans enters a three-game home stretch with a 4-4 record, while Carolina (3-5-1), which only has one win in its last seven games, travels to Philadelphia in 10 days.
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Greg Olsen Gives The Carolina Panthers A Proven Receiving ThreatThe Carolina Panthers cut the face of the franchise, Steve Smith, and let the only other three wide receivers on the roster that caught a pass last season leave as free agents. Tight end Greg Olsen is the only proven receiver returning from last season’s squad. Olsen should be Cam Newton’s favorite target this season.
Fantasy Football: Top 10 NFL Quarterbacks To DraftIt's a poorly-kept secret that the Seattle Seahawks don't mind taking a penalty flag or two for pass interference or defensive holding in exchange for five or six no-calls on borderline plays. Supposedly, the NFL will be cracking down on physical play in the defensive backfield. If true-and that's a big if-it could mean even bigger numbers for the quarterbacks.