The New York Rangers will have Mats Zuccarello back.
From The NY Daily News
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Zuccarello early Monday agreed to terms on a contract that will bring him back to the eighth-place Rangers (15-3-3, 33 points) to help with their playoff push.
“That’d be great,” Blueshirts defenseman Ryan McDonagh said after Monday’s practice in Greenburgh, when informed Zuccarello could be joining the team. “He’s a highly skilled player, familiar with the team and coaching staff. He’s played in the league and had some success, and he’s a real positive guy in the locker room, too. Everybody gets along with him.”
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RGIIIKnee had to undergo a complete reconstruction of his knee.
RG3 has a new parking spot at FedEx Field.
From The Washington Post
No one knows for sure when Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III will play again. And it’s unclear whether Griffin, after the second reconstructive surgery on his right knee in four years, will regain the unique form that made him an NFL star. But this much is certain: Whenever Griffin returns to the football field, he’ll have to change his approach in order to stay on it.
The team’s most important player must show as much maturity in games as he does while commanding the interview room.
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The Packers will be counting on Clay Mathews this weekend.
Clay Mathews will need to play like The Hulk against San Francisco.
From Yahoo Sports
Clay Matthews only played 12 games this season and wound up with 13 sacks. He recorded a sack in eight of those 12 games, although he injured himself in the Cardinals game and saw limited action.
If Green Bay is going to stop San Francisco, he and fellow outside linebacker Erik Walden are going to have to play their best, which is to say, play the way they’ve been playing.
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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers look playoff worthy.
Dallas Clark defies his age.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are starting to look and talk like a legitimate playoff contender.
The Bucs had to work a little extra to keep their playoff surge alive Sunday. Josh Freeman threw a 15-yard touchdown pass to Dallas Clark in overtime to cap the Buccaneers’ 27-21 comeback win over the Carolina Panthers .
It was Freeman’s third touchdown pass of the game for the Bucs (6-4), who have won five of their last six to pull into playoff contention.
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He just continues to pile up points.
Robert Griffin is the King of Fantasy Football.
From CBS Sports
I’m tired of talking about Robert,” said Santana Moss, who leaped between two defenders and fought his way into the end zone for the 61-yard score in the third quarter. “Nothing’s going to change; Robert’s going to go out there and be special. That’s the gift that he has, he’s a special guy. He brings that kind of ‘specialness.’ I don’t know if that’s a word, but he brings it to our offense.
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Brandon Marshall of the Chicago Bears is having a pretty good year.
Brandon Marshall had 3 touchdowns against the Titans last week.
From The Chicago Tribune
Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall produced more in eight games than the club got all last season at the wide receiver position.
His 59 receptions for 797 yards and seven touchdowns are more than any Bears receiver totaled last season. But Houston Texans defensive coordinator Wade Phillips sounds like a man driven to contain Marshall Sunday night when the 7-1 teams meet at Soldier Field.
“We (will) double cover him every play,” Phillips said today in his press conference in Houston. “That’s our plan. We’re going to double cover him every play, so see what happens.
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