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Saints' Benson pledges $11 million to HOF
New Orleans Saints owner Tom Benson has pledged $11 million to the Pro Football Hall of Fame -- the largest contribution by any individual in the Hall's 51-year history,
Seahawks stifle Cardinals, stay in West race
Russell Wilson found backup tight end Cooper Helfet for a 20-yard catch-and-run touchdown late in the third quarter, Steven Hauschka kicked four field goals and the Seahawks handed the Cardinals their second loss of the season, 19-3 on Sunday.
Niners squeak by Redskins on Hyde's late TD
Carlos Hyde ran for a go-ahead, 4-yard touchdown with 2:59 remaining, and the San Francisco 49ers squeaked by the lowly Washington Redskins with a 17-13 win Sunday that kept them in the thick of the playoff chase.
Source: Texans' Mallet played with pec injury
Texans quarterback Ryan Mallett played through a right pectoral injury Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals, a source confirmed.
Brady, Pats keep rolling, stretch streak to 7
Brady passes Patriots to 34-9 win over Lions
Hoyer shakes off INTs, rallies Browns to win
Brian Hoyer shook off three interceptions, leading the Cleveland Browns down the field in the final minute to set up Billy Cundiff's 37-yard field goal as time expired for a 26-24 victory over the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday.
Jets-Bills tickets won't bring a profit online
Opportunists looking to make a buck off Jets-Bills tickets obtained for free are going to have a harder time than they thought, now that online ticket vendors have decided not to allow sales, Darren Rovell writes.
ACC rules Winston's ref bump 'insignificant'
The contact between Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston and an official in Saturday's Boston College game was "incidental and insignificant" and did not warrant an unsportsmanlike penalty, said the ACC's coordinator of officials.
Hilton comes through with TD for baby daughter
Indianapolis Colts receiver T.Y. Hilton followed through with a touchdown for his newborn daughter.
Florida State, Alabama remain 1-2 in AP poll
Florida State is No. 1 in The Associated Press college football poll, followed by Alabama, Oregon and Mississippi State. The top four teams were unchanged for the first time since late September.