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Jan 22 2015 - Richard Sherman (Seahawks), CB Richard Sherman was a full participant in Wednesday's practice three days after suffering a sprained elbow in the win over the Packers. Sherman said he anticipated wearing a brace in practice but said he thought he would be able to play in the Super Bowl without limitations. Asked what kind of range of motion he had, Sherman joked he had enough "to slap my brother" if he was sitting next to him.

Jan 19 2015 - Earl Thomas (Seahawks), FS Earl Thomas reportedly suffered a dislocated shoulder in the second quarter Sunday, but is expected to play in the Super Bowl.
   He went to the locker room to get a harness placed on his shoulder and then returned to finish Sunday's game. He even used the shoulder to blast Green Bay running back Eddie Lacy out of bounds on one running play shortly after Thomas returned.
   "It's worth mentioning again the effort that those guys put out," coach Pete Carroll said of Thomas and CB Richard Sherman (sprained elbow). "Both those guys were in dire straits -- could they play? They didn't flinch, not for a second. They played their hearts out. Their courage and toughness ... couldn't have been more evident."
   "I know who I am. I'm a warrior," Thomas said Sunday. "If I can play, I don't care if I can't function really well. I know if I can help the team I'm going to be in there."

Jan 19 2015 - Richard Sherman (Seahawks), CB Richard Sherman's MRI revealed a sprained elbow and he is expected to play in the Super Bowl, according to ESPN.
   He was injured against the Green Bay Packers in the Seahawks' 28-22 overtime victory in the NFC Championship Game on Sunday. After the game, Sherman indicated he would play in the Super Bowl.
   Sherman suffered the elbow injury on the first play of the fourth quarter but he remained in the game.
   Sherman was hurt chasing down James Starks on a 32-yard run. As Sherman tried to swipe at the ball near the sideline, his elbow was hit by Kam Chancellor's pads as the safety knocked Starks out of bounds.

Jan 14 2015 - Tony Moeaki (Seahawks), TE Tony Moeaki (calf), who sat out the Carolina game, practiced fully Wednesday and should be good to go against the Packers.

Jan 12 2015 - Tony Romo (Cowboys), QB Tony Romo suffered torn ligaments in his left hand, but played through the injury, completing 15 of 19 passes for 191 yards with two TDs.
  It was an efficient playoff performance, but Romo still has yet to get past the divisional round of the playoffs.

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Top 20 Players on the Rise
+16 - Tom Brady, Patriots
+11 - Nick Roach, Raiders
+21 - Glenn Dorsey, 49ers
+7 - Dan Connolly, Patriots
+7 - Chris Cook, 49ers
+10 - Frank Alexander, Panthers
+20 - Larry Asante, Raiders
+11 - Marcell Dareus, Bills
+10 - Jonas Gray, Patriots
+7 - Latavius Murray, Raiders
+11 - Aldon Smith, 49ers
+11 - Desmond Bryant, Browns
+18 - Josh Gordon, Browns
+28 - Chase Dixon, Redskins
+15 - Nevin Lawson, Lions
+31 - Bryan Johnson, Bills

Top 20 Players on the Decline
-15 - Karlos Dansby, Browns
-10 - Jonathan Scott, Falcons
-4 - Gosder Cherilus, Colts
-4 - Barry Cofield, Redskins
-5 - Max Unger, Seahawks
-4 - Vincent Jackson, Buccaneers
-8 - Ben Tate, Steelers
-29 - Phil Taylor, Browns
-6 - Darryl Sharpton, Bears
-11 - Marlon Moore, Browns
-8 - Jordan Cameron, Browns
-5 - Greg Toler, Colts
-5 - Margus Hunt, Bengals
-4 - Jeremiah George, Jaguars

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