We're tracking all the key injury news heading into Week 10's NFL games.
Fortunes can be made or lost in a contract year, and players like Josh Norman, Eric Berry, Michael Crabtree and Doug Martin are on pace to cash in big. On the other end, Sam Bradford and Alfred Morris are losing value.
The greatest truth in today's NFL? Teams lacking a star QB better find one. With more questions than answers on their current rosters, the Cleveland Browns, 49ers and Houston Texans have no choice.
While Cam Newton was serviceable on Sunday night against the Eagles, the Panthers didn't lack for MVP performances, starting with that stifling defense.
Jason Peters suffered a potentially serious injury on Sunday night.
Are sacks overrated? This year's New York Jets are making a strong case to prove it to be true. The Jets, tied for 28th in sacks, are No.1 in both scoring and total defense in the NFL. A closer look at the tape reveals their formula for success.
Ravens LB Terrell Suggs came under criticism last week for his low hit on Eagles QB Sam Bradford, but the NFL ruled Suggs' play to be within the rules. And that won't change anytime soon, according to Competition Committee member Jeff Fisher.
Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett has been known to speak his mind, and his thoughts on average and overpaid QBs reinforces that truth.
The Eagles weren't happy Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs went low on quarterback Sam Bradford and his twice-repaired knee.
The rules surrounding read option plays are being scrutinized after Terrell Suggs went low on Sam Bradford in the Eagles-Ravens preseason game.

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