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Morning Headlines: Week 4 Injury News, & Packers Planning Retaliation for Monday Night Debacle?


Sept 24, 2012; Seattle, WA, USA; Seattle Seahawks wide receiver

Golden Tate

(81) holds on to the game-winning touchdown as time expires against the Green Bay Packers at CenturyLink Field. Seattle Seahawks wide receiver

Charly Martin

(14) and Green Bay Packers cornerback

Jarrett Bush

(24) and Green Bay Packers strong safety

M.D. Jennings

(43) look for an officials call. Mandatory Credit: Joe Nicholson-US PRESSWIRE

After being on the losing end of one of the most controversial calls in NFL history, Packers offensive tackle T.J. Lang revealed that during the teams’ flight home from Seattle, the players discussed the possibility of taking a knee on every offensive snap when they face the New Orleans Saints this Sunday, and they would continue to do such until the lockout of the real referees ends.

While the NFL continues to neglect player safety by trotting out these inept replacement officials, they did take the time to announce Broncos MLB Joe Mays has been suspended one game for his helmet-to-helmet hit on Matt Schaub in Week 3.

Giants RB Ahmad Bradshaw (neck) guaranteed that he would play against the Eagles in their NFC East showdown this week.

Dolphins RB Reggie Bush is downplaying his knee injury as “just a bruise”, and plans to play this Sunday against the 3-0 Arizona Cardinals.

Steelers safety Troy Polamalu (calf) and OLB James Harrison (knee) have resumed practicing during the teams’ bye week, and will likely return in week 5 against the Pennsylvania showdown with the Philadelphia Eagles.

The Redskins agreed to terms with free agent RB Ryan Grant.

Ravens WR Jacoby Jones stated that the 0-3 Browns will be playing like “pregnant possums” when the two AFC North foes clash on Thursday night football.

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