October 2007 - Football Wiretap
Pennington Era Over In New York?
The Chad Pennington era is over, The New York Post learned Monday morning.
Source: Losman Saga Dictated By Money
Buffalo Bills owner Ralph Wilson Jr. is under scrutiny from his players after rookie Trent Edwards was named the starting quarterback again this week, even though incumbent J.P. Losman is healthy.
Colts Remain Perfect
The Colts are 7-0 for the third straight season after beating the Panthers 31-7 on Sunday. Indianapolis QB Peyton Manning threw for two scores, breaking Johnny Unitas' team record for touchdowns.
Colts' Harrison Out With Bruised Knee
The unbeaten Colts will face the Panthers on Sunday without veteran WR Marvin Harrison, who battles a bruised left knee.
Steelers' Aaron Smith To Miss First Game Since 1999
Steelers DE Aaron Smith did not practice all week because of a sprained ligament in his left knee.
Schaub: I'm Ready
Whether Texans QB Matt Schaub or backup Sage Rosenfels starts on Sunday remains coach Gary Kubiak's decision to make.