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By Charean Williams

Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch will appeal his one-game suspension, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Media. A hearing is expected early next week. The league suspended Lynch for leaving the sideline Thursday night during an on-field skirmish and then shoving an official. Unless Lynch wins his appeal, he will miss the Raiders’ Oct. 29 [more]
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By Josh Alper

Safety Mike Mitchell wasn’t the only member of the Steelers to pick up a fine in Week Six. PFT confirmed with the league that running back Le’Veon Bell and linebacker Bud Dupree joined Mitchell on their list of players who crossed the line. Bell’s fine came for his celebration of a touchdown run against Kansas [more]
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By Josh Alper

On Thursday, there was a report that Steelers safety Mike Mitchell was appealing a $48,620 fine for hitting Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith late and low during last Sunday’s game. Mitchell was fined that amount, but it wasn’t for hitting Smith. PFT has confirmed with the league that Mitchell received a $9,115 fine for the hit [more]
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By ctchiefsfan

Those words were written by Thomas Paine in December of 1776 during the American Revolution when Washington’s Army had been driven from New York and down the length of New Jersey. It was probably the Revolution’s darkest hour. The pamphlet those words appeared in were read to US troops shortly before they crossed the Delaware River and seized Trenton.

And so it is for our Chiefs. Two heartbreaking losses. The players have to be dispirited at best. We’ve allowed 2 teams that were on the edge of seeing their season go up in smoke to get Read more…

By Mike Florio

Thursday night’s fantastic finish was nearly a lot less fantastic. And if the home team hadn’t scored on the second untimed down after the expiration of the clock, Raiders fans would have been shouting plenty of “F” words other than fantastic. Before the series of three straight penalties that resulted in the game-winning touchdown, tight [more]
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By Josh Alper

When Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch sprinted off the sideline to join a scuffle that started after Raiders offensive linemen Donald Penn and Kelechi Osemele took offense to Chiefs cornerback Marcus Peters hit Derek Carr late, the immediate thought was that Lynch was also upset about the hit. Lynch wound up being ejected for grabbing [more]
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By Michael David Smith

Some questionable calls went against the Chiefs in their 31-30 loss to the Raiders last night, but Kansas City coach Andy Reid didn’t want to talk about it afterward. A long touchdown catch by Amari Cooper was initially flagged for offensive pass interference, but the officials decided to pick up the flag without explaining why. [more]
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