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Sources: Pats’ Wilfork asks team for release

New England Patriots defensive tackle Vince Wilfork has asked the team to release him after 10 seasons, the NFL Network reported Thursday, citing sources. View full post on ESPN.com – NFL

Panthers officially cut ties with receiver Smith

The Carolina Panthers released wide receiver Steve Smith on Thursday, ending his productive and sometimes tumultuous tenure with the organization that drafted him 13 seasons ago. View full post on ESPN.com – NFL

McShay: Top 32 NFL draft prospects

Todd McShay updates his latest ranking of the best 2014 NFL prospects View full post on ESPN.com – NFL

Sherman: Bad calls only reason Seattle lost

Although the San Francisco 49ers defeated the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday, preventing Seattle from clinching the NFC West title, cornerback Richard Sherman was unimpressed, blaming the loss on “questionable calls” from officials in the game. View full post on ESPN.com – NFL

Cardinals’ Mathieu out due to torn ACL, LCL

Arizona Cardinals rookie free safety Tyrann Mathieu tore the ACL and LCL in his left knee during Sunday’s 30-10 win over the St. Louis Rams, coach Bruce Arians said Monday. View full post on ESPN.com – NFL

Peterson: No tears or Lisfranc injury to foot

Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson said Monday that an MRI on his sprained foot revealed that no ligaments were torn and also ruled out a Lisfranc injury. View full post on ESPN.com – NFL

Fox: Did blizzard provide Super Bowl preview?

XLVIII might be fun to watch in snow, but integrity of game could be threatened View full post on ESPN.com – NFL

Dolphins RB Miller concussed, won’t return

Miami Dolphins starting running back Lamar Miller suffered a concussion in Sunday’s game against the Pittsburgh Steelers and will not return. View full post on ESPN.com – NFL

Smith lifts Jets to victory over Raiders

Smith leads Jets to 37-27 victory over Raiders View full post on ESPN.com – NFL

Gruden will remain at ESPN through 2014

Jon Gruden will remain with ESPN through at least the 2014 season, the former Super Bowl-winning coach has confirmed. View full post on ESPN.com – NFL

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