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Broncos' season fading fast with a host of what-ifs - The Denver Post
A bye week is not what the Broncos need.

Paige: McDaniels' job safe for now - The Denver Post
If Josh McDaniels were running for office in Colorado today, he couldn't get elected dog catcher, cat chaser or even rat pursuer.

Inside the game: Niners 24, Broncos 16 - The Denver Post
The Broncos are eight games into what is fast becoming one of the most frustrating and maddening autumns in team history.

Analysis: Broncos are 2-6 in part because they're unable to avoid painful penalties - The Denver Post
In each football life, the yellow flags will fall. It's a given. Penalties happen from time to time.

Shanahan alters story on McNabb - The Denver Post
Mike Shanahan changed his story in a hurry. The new explanation: Donovan McNabb was benched more because of his body, not his brain.

Minnesota Vikings decide to waive receiver Randy Moss - ESPN
The Vikings have decided to end Randy Moss' brief second stint in Minnesota just weeks after they traded a third-round draft pick to the New England Patriots for the All-Pro receiver.

Houston Texans vs. Indianapolis Colts - Recap - November 01, 2010 - ESPN
Peyton Manning did some extra work Monday night.

Mike Shanahan says Donovan McNabb not in shape for 2-minute drill - ESPN
Mike Shanahan changed his story in a hurry. The new explanation: Donovan McNabb was benched more because of his body, not his brain.

Source: New England Patriots guard Logan Mankins to sign RFA tender - ESPN Boston
Pro Bowl Patriots guard Logan Mankins will report to New England on Tuesday and sign his restricted free agent tender worth $1.54 million, a league source said Monday night.

Michael Vick completes first full practice since injury - ESPN
Sliding and running out of bounds isn't Michael Vick's style -- until now maybe.

Dimitri Patterson of Philadelphia Eagles replaces Ellis Hobbs as starting cornerback - ESPN
Kenny Britt's big day cost Ellis Hobbs his starting job.

Tennessee Titans WR Kenny Britt to miss time after bye; Vince Young could return - ESPN
Coach Jeff Fisher says Vince Young will have a chance to practice once the Titans return from their bye even though the quarterback left San Diego in a walking boot.

Regular season NFL draws more viewers than World Series Game 4 - ESPN
A regular-season NFL game drew more television viewers than the World Series. news: Depleted Packers will get boost from return of Harris, Bigby
Fresh off their 9-0 victory over the New York Jets, the injury plagued Green Bay Packers should be getting some needed relief with safety Atari Bigby and cornerback Al Harris set to come off the physically unable to perform list this week. news: Shanahan’s decision to bench McNabb was a head-scratcher
Once again, the NFL seems to stand for the National Fake-You-Out League. news: Irsay: Colts wanted to complete Manning negotiations over bye
Peyton Manning's refusal to accept a contract proposal from the Indianapolis Colts during last week's bye and informing the team he'd prefer to wait until after the season to complete a new deal was a strategic move aimed at giving the quarterback "maximum leverage," an NFL source said. news: Hasselbeck suffers concussion, DE Bryant's injury 'significant'
Being humbled by Oakland in a 33-3 rout was one thing for Seattle. But Pete Carroll's crew also left significantly beat up.

Do you want Randy Moss on your team? | National Football Post
How about Randy Moss? Would you want to see him line up at wide receiver for your team?

Patriots, Colts, Chargers, Seahawks interested in Randy Moss? - Andrew Perloff -
Once the Minnesota Vikings officially release wide receiver Randy Moss, the other 31 teams will have a chance to make a waiver wire claim within 24 hours. The team with the worst record, the 0-7 Bills, have the first crack, followed by the 1-6 Panthers and on down. If a team claims Moss, they owe him the remainder of his $6.4 million contract this season.

Boorish behavior also contributed to Moss' demise - NFL - Yahoo! Sports
When Minnesota Vikings coach Brad Childress told his players Monday afternoon that Randy Moss(notes) would be released because "we want good people that are good football players, and this just doesn’t fit," several of them nodded their approval. Though Childress isn’t especially popular in the locker room, some Vikings were on board with his decision to move on without Moss four weeks after the polarizing wideout was reacquired in a trade with the New England Patriots.

Moss' release another knock on Childress - NFL - Yahoo! Sports
On Monday afternoon, Minnesota coach Brad Childress lost whatever remaining control he had over the Vikings locker room. In his own way, Childress has become the Captain from "Cool Hand Luke," a smarmy, cruel and vindictive person. Yeah, he runs the show, but there is no respect.

Sterger's lawyer says no Monday meeting with NFL - NFL - Yahoo! Sports
The lawyer for Jenn Sterger says she will not meet with the NFL on Monday, and her manager says the legal team for the former New York Jets hostess still is conducting its own investigation into inappropriate text messages and photos allegedly sent by Brett Favre(notes).