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Who Is the Most Disliked Player in the NFL?

Who tops the infamous list?

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Defense Shines as Saints Win Third Straight, 31-7

Brees, Graham have big days

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Carson Palmer Traded to Cardinals

Trade for Flynn makes veteran quarterback available

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Saints Crush Raiders To Reach 5-5

Don't look now, but the New Orleans Saints are one of the hottest teams in the NFL, having won 4 of their last 5 games. Their latest triumph came today on the road against the Oakland Raiders. A balance offensive effort and a big play defensive performance propelled the black and gold to a 38-17 victory over the black and silver. Saints running back Mark Ingram (pictured above) finished...

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Oakland Raiders Fire Coach Hue Jackson

In his one season as head coach of the Raiders, Hue Jackson went 8-8. He was promoted from offensive coordinator to head coach by the late Al Davis. When Davis passed away in early October, Jackson made many of the personnel decisions in addition to his head coaching duties.

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Top 10 NFL Surprise Stories Of 2011

Before the 2011 season began, Carson Palmer was retired, the Bengals were supposed to struggle, the Eagles were suppose to fly into the playoffs, and Tim Tebow was the 4th string quarterback of the Denver Broncos. Surprise! Here are the top 10 NFL Surprise stories of the 2011 season.

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Carson Palmer Traded To Raiders

After vowing never to play for the Cincinnati Bengals again, former pro bowl quarterback Carson Palmer got his wish today as he was traded to the Oakland Raiders hours before the NFL trade deadline. Bengals owner Mike Brown finally caved in the 11th hour, sending Palmer to the Raiders for a 2012 first round draft pick, and a conditional first rounder in 2013.

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NFL Players Who Should Probably Give It Up

Which NFL players should retire before things get really ugly?

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Does Brown’s Stance On Palmer Hurt Bengals?

Cincinnati Bengals owner Mike Brown and quarterback Carlson Palmer have been at an impasse for several months. Palmer demanded that Brown trade him, threatening to retire if his request was not met. Brown claims Palmer, whose current contract runs through 2014, made a commitment to the team, and needs to follow through on it. The imperious Bengals owner refuses to grant Palmer his wish. But is Brown's stance on Palmer hurting his club?

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Ochocinco Says Palmer Will Leave Bengals

Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Carson Palmer sold his home today, the latest hint that Palmer will never play for the Bengals again. He demanded a trade in March, and now his longtime teammate Chad Ochocinco has spoken on the matter. Speaking of Ochocinco, he may not play in a Bengal uniform again either.

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