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Nov 26 2014 - Latavius Murray (Raiders), RB Latavius Murray, who is going through the NFL concussion protocol, is uncertain for Sunday's game.
However, he is heartened by the outpouring of fan support in the wake of his 112-yard effort on four carries against the Chiefs.
Murray left the game after a head-on collision with Kurt Coleman, with Stefen Wisniewski jumping on the fumble that resulted.
"It's a great feeling for people to want to see you out there and obviously I've always wanted to be out there and play and get the ball in my hands," Murray said. "I've always said I'd be ready to go when my number is called. I still have room for improvement - the ball was on the ground out there, and I've got to clean that up."
Murray, who scored on runs of 11 and 90 yards, said teammates seemed surprised that he had that type of speed at 6-feet-3, 225 pounds.
"I know the speed I have. I think I might confuse a lot of people, me being so tall, they may not know I have that kind of speed," Murray said. "I think Charles (Woodson) said the same thing. But I know what I'm capable of and it was nice to pull off a big one like that."
Having his first big success end after four carries was not easy.
"It definitely killed me," Murray said. "I wanted to be back out there ... when they want me back out there, I will be."
Nov 26 2014 - Larry Fitzgerald (Cardinals), WR Larry Fitzgerald could miss a second consecutive game because of a sprained MCL. Fitzgerald didn't play last week in Seattle. It broke a streak of 110 consecutive games played that dated to 2007. Fitzgerald is missing practice time this week.
Nov 26 2014 - Connor Barth (Broncos), K Connor Barth reached a contract agreement with the Broncos Tuesday (Nov. 25). The Broncos brought in Barth and Jay Feely for a tryout before signing Barth.
The 28-year-old Barth spent four seasons with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers before he was released in training camp this year after making both of his field-goal attempts in the preseason. He sat out the 2013 season after tearing his Achilles tendon while playing basketball at a charity event.
Barth's last active season with the Bucs was in 2012, when he made 28 of 33 field-goal attempts (84.8 percent). In 66 career regular-season games with the Bucs and Kansas City Chiefs, he has made 101 of 120 field-goal attempts (.842) and 134 of 134 extra-point attempts for 437 points.
Nov 25 2014 - Eric Berry (Chiefs), S Eric Berry was lost for the rest of the season due to a mass discovered in the right side of his chest over the weekend.
Preliminary diagnosis is lymphoma.
"We don't have a definitive diagnosis, but the leading consideration (for) what he has right now is lymphoma," Chiefs head trainer Rick Burkholder said Monday. "The next step in the process is to finish some testing. He's about 75 percent done with the testing."
Because of the initial diagnosis, the Chiefs have placed Berry on the reserve/non-football illness list, and he's done for the remainder of the 2014 season and playoffs.
None of that mattered to head coach Andy Reid.
"This is about Eric; you put the Oakland Raiders to the side and you put Denver aside for this period here," Reid said. "Football isn't as important as him getting himself better at this present moment. And that's the way the players approached it today and we will move on because that's how life goes. But we will move on with his spirit in hand."
Berry complained of discomfort in his chest during Thursday night's game in Oakland. He was examined by team doctors during and after the game, but continued to play. When he was still reporting pain on Friday, the Chiefs took x-rays that came back negative according to Burkholder. Doctors decided to expand the testing and that's when the mass was discovered on the right side of his chest.
"We got an MRI Friday afternoon and discovered he had a mass," said Burkholder. "On Saturday, further testing was done with CT scans, blood work and a PET scan. His family and our Chiefs family have decided to get him to Atlanta to the Emory University Hospital and see Dr. Christopher Flowers, a specialist in lymphoma. That evaluation will continue tomorrow through the next couple of days."
Berry met with his teammates Monday morning and then headed to Atlanta where testing will continue immediately. He issued a statement through the team that read in part: "At first I was in shoc
Nov 24 2014 - Calvin Johnson (Lions), WR Calvin Johnson (ankle) would not have participated Monday if the Lions practiced, but should be available Thursday against the Bears.
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