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League Player News

  • 9/30, 12:45 pm
    • Butler was released by the Cardinals...

      Butler was released by the Cardinals on Tuesday.

      Analysis: Butler missed all of last season while recovering from an ACL tear and failed to make the Saints' roster during training camp. He'll now hit the open market and seek to land with a team in search of veteran help at linebacker.

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  • 9/30, 12:38 pm
    • Bridgewater (ankle) sat out a second...

      Bridgewater (ankle) sat out a second straight practice Tuesday, reports.

      Analysis: Bridgewater is nursing a sprained ankle suffered during the fourth quarter of Sunday's game against the Falcons. Although he's yet to practice since then, Bridgewater has done rehab work in the meantime and is thought to have a decent chance of being ready for Thursday's game versus the Packers. Expect his status to continue to be updated leading up to the Vikings' early Week 5 kickoff.

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  • 9/30, 12:03 pm
    • The Lions deployed a new defensive...

      The Lions deployed a new defensive wrinkle to manage nickel package situations Sunday against the Jets, reports.

      Analysis: Detroit entered Sunday's game with specialized nickel packages for defending the run and pass, featuring different personnel for each occasion. When expecting a running play from the Jets, defensive coordinator Teryl Austin utilized three safeties: James Ihedigbo, Isa Abdul-Quddus, and Glover Quin. The strongest in run support, Ihedigbo manned the strong safety spot, while Abdul-Quddus played free safety and Quin filled the slot cornerback position. Conversely, when the Lions expected to defend the pass, Ihedigbo and Quin occupied the safety positions, with Danny Gorrer handling slot duties. Those units worked well for Detroit and could lay a foundation for the team's secondary packages moving forward.

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  • 9/30, 11:57 am
    • Bears' defensive end Jared Allen (illness)...

      Bears' defensive end Jared Allen (illness) was inactive for Sunday's game against the Packers.

      Analysis: Allen was held out of practice all last week while he dealt with pneumonia and wasn't able to recuperate quickly enough for the team to feel comfortable using him Sunday. That absence resulted in Allen missing his first game since the 2007 season and snapping a streak of 113 consecutive games played.

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  • 9/30, 11:48 am
    • 49ers' safety Antoine Bethea made his...

      49ers' safety Antoine Bethea made his 100th straight start Sunday against the Eagles, reports.

      Analysis: Bethea's 100-start streak is the longest of any active NFL safety and the veteran certainly made his presence felt Sunday. In addition to leading the 49ers with seven solo tackles, Bethea also forced a fumble and recorded an interception versus Philadelphia. After spending the first eight years of his career with the Colts, Bethea signed with San Francisco this offseason and currently ranks second on his new team with 20 tackles (19 solo) through four games.

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