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NFL Almanac – 12/27

Honors

AFC – named Baltimore RB Ray Rice as offensive player of the week, Cincinnati DT Geno Atkins as defensive player of the week, WR Michael Spurlock as special teams player of the week.

NFC – Atlanta QB Matt Ryan as offensive player of the week, Chicago DE Julius Peppers as defensive player of the week, Seattle DE Red Bryant as special teams player of the week.

Transactions

N.Y. Giants – placed TE Travis Beckum (knee) on the injured-reserve list; promoted CB Terrence Fredrick from the practice squad.

N.Y. Jets – placed CB Aaron Berry (hamstring) on the injured-reserve list.

Oakland – placed DL Richard Seymour (hamstring) on the injured-reserve list.

Info of Importance

N.Y. Jets – Mark Sanchez will be back in the starting quarterback spot for the season finale against Buffalo. Greg McElroy was scheduled to start, but he suffered post-concussion like symptoms during a Wednesday weight lifting session.

Seattle – CB Richard Sherman’s appeal of his 4-game NFL suspension for testing positive for performance enhancing drugs was upheld and the league’s punishment has been rescinded. Apparently, Sherman’s appeal was based on irregularities in the collection procedure and handling of his urine specimen and was upheld by the hearing officer.


One Response to “NFL Almanac – 12/27”

  • December 28, 2012  - BigJimInWisconsin says:

    “Greg McElroy was scheduled to start, but he suffered post-concussion like symptoms during a Wednesday weight lifting session.”

    What the …? Was he drunk? Sounds like me after a few too many ‘Scotch on the rocks’!

    Go CHIEFS!




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