Posted by Andy Benoit
Saints wideout Marques Colston had an arthroscopic procedure done on his right knee Tuesday. He’s had a history of issues with his left knee. The Saints are saying he is questionable for this Sunday against the Bucs.
Clinton Portis thinks he can still be an elite running back. (They all do.)
No surprise here: Chad Ochocinco is expected to sit out the Bengals’ season finale.
We’re refusing to write yet another article on which Niners QB gets the start, which is why we’re passing along the news in Hot Routes this time. (This week’s starting QB will be Alex Smith.)
John Harbaugh says he’ll likely keep his starters on the field against the Bengals. The Ravens can still win the AFC North if the Browns somehow upset the Steelers. Both of these games will be played at 1:00.
Speculation about John Harbaugh’s brother, Jim, joining the 49ers is continuing to heat up.
Devin Hester hopes to keep the Packers out of the playoffs. He says they’re a good team and he’d hate to face them three times in one year.
Is Tuesday night football in the NFL’s future? The ratings for the Vikings-Eagles game were huge (23.7 million viewers).
If the Seahawks win Sunday and make the playoffs, they’ll cost themselves about 10 spots in the 2011 Draft.
Giants Pro Bowl guard Chris Snee is defending his head coach/father-in-law.
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