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1:30 PM: Oakland Raiders QB Derek Carr has 330 completions on the season, moving past Peyton Manning to third place on the NFL rookie season list. The top two are Sam Bradford (354) & Andrew Luck (339).

1:15 PM: NFL Network's Andrew Siciliano notes that the Carolina Panthers coach Ron Rivera is 14-3 in December including a current six-game winning streak.

1:00 PM: POV video of Air Force Academy Cadet First Class Rachel Sykes parachuting into Bronco Stadium before Saturday's Famous Idaho Potato Bowl game in Boise.

12:45 PM: Jury selection for Aaron Hernandez's trial in the shooting death of Odin Llloyd is scheduled to begin on January 9.

12:30 PM: Louisville basketball player Montrezl Harrell has been suspended one game by the ACC after throwing a punch at Western Kentucky player Avery Patterson during Saturday's game.

12:15 PM: Former Texas Longhorns & NFL running back Cedric Benson was arrested on public intoxication charges after arguing with a woman in a cab in Austin early Saturday morning.

12:00 PM: Oakland Raiders right tackle Menelik Watson donated his Sunday $36,944 game check to the family of Ava Urrea, a four-year-old girl who suffers from hypoplastic left heart syndrome and has already undergone 14 surgeries in her life.

11:45 AM: New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick won his 230th career game Sunday, moving past Curly Lambeau to fourth place on the NFL all-time list. The top three: Don Shula (347), George Halas (324) & Tom Landry (270).

11:30 AM: Former Clemson QB Chad Kelly, nephew of former Buffalo Bills QB Jim Kelly, was arrested on multiple charges for punching a bouncer at a Buffalo bar & fighting with police early Sunday morning. Chad reportedly told the bar bouncers he was going to "get my AK-47 and spray this place".

11:15 AM: Following Sunday's 37-35 victory over the Minnesota Vikings, Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross said that coach Joe Philbin will return next season for the final year of his current contract.

11:00 AM: Detroit Lions RB Joique Bell did not want to discuss why he was suspended from the first quarter of Sunday's win over the Chicago Bears: "I don't think (coach Jim Caldwell) wants me to disclose what's wrong. But I came back and I played so whatever it was I played through it."

10:45 AM: Tampa Bay Buccaneers safety Dashon Goldson said about all the Green Bay Packers fans at Raymond James Stadium for Sunday's game: "(To) take over our stadium, it was kind of surprising to me. I've never seen it like that."

10:30 AM: A groom in Wharton, Pennsylvania being filmed for the TLC reality series My Big Fat American Gypsy Wedding was arrested on disorderly conduct charges Saturday for throwing glasses & trying to provoke a fight.

10:15 AM: Minnesota State football coach Todd Hoffner, who returned after a two-year absence after being cleared of child pornography charges, said after losing in Saturday's NCAA Division II title game: "It's tough today. But I am grateful, blessed, happy to be doing what I'm doing, helping our guys to become better athletes, better students and better men."

10:00 AM: Cam Newton didn't like Carolina Panthers fans cheering when Johnny Manziel got injured during Sunday's game: "You don't celebrate when a guy's hurt. It's classless. It takes the integrity out of the game. For the crowd to respond in that type of way, man, we're better than that. That's not who we are."

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