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7:00 PM: Miami Dolphins RB Lamar Miller set a new record for the longest run from scrimmage in franchise history with a 97-yard TD run during Sunday's game against the New York Jets. Miller also reached 1,000 rushing yards on the season.

6:45 PM: Indianapolis Colts radio announcer Bob Lamey missed his first game since 1995 after experiencing shortness of breath before Sunday's game against the Tennessee Titans.

6:30 PM: After upsetting Michigan State 71-64 in East Lansing last week, Texas Southern defeated Kansas State 58-56 in Manhattan on Sunday. The Tigers improved to 3-9 on the season.

6:15 PM: New York Jets coach Rex Ryan was given a Gatorade bath at the end of Sunday's 37-24 victory over the Miami Dolphins. The Jets finished their season 4-12.

6:00 PM: Sunday's 20-10 loss to the Baltimore Ravens resulted in the Cleveland Browns' 7th straight losing season and 15th in the last 17 seasons.

5:45 PM: Baltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs said after Sunday's playoff-clinching win over the Cleveland Browns: "We in, baby."

5:30 PM: Former Louisville & Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Nathaniel Harris was arrested Sunday on charges of robbing numerous Louisville hotels in the past three days.

5:15 PM: The Tampa Bay Buccaneers earned the #1 pick in the 2015 NFL Draft with Sunday's 23-20 loss to the New Orleans Saints.

5:00 PM: Dallas Cowboys RB DeMarco Murray & receiver Dez Bryant both broke single-season franchise records in Sunday's 44-17 win over the Washington Redskins: Murray for rushing yards & Bryant for TD catches.

3:30 PM: A short Vine video of Virginia Tech football coach Frank Beamer showing off some of his dance moves following Saturday's Military Bowl win over Cincinnati.

3:15 PM: Georgia Tech receiver Corey Dennis recently became engaged to Nicki Meyer, daughter of Ohio State football coach Urban Meyer. Dennis will be working as a graduate assistant with the Buckeyes next season.

3:00 PM: Former Buffalo Bills general manager Bill Polian denied a report from Pro Football Talk that he will be returning to the team "as soon as Monday": "It's about as wrong as can be. I'm not going to work for anybody Monday morning except ESPN."

2:45 PM: Kendal Briles, son of Baylor football coach Art Briles, said about being named the Bears' new offensive coordinator: "I've been preparing for it the last 3-4 years just knowing something could happen."

2:30 PM: The Charlotte Observer reports North Carolina State's leading receiver Bo Hines is transferring to Yale.

2:15 PM: John Rodgers, the father of Eastern Washington University offensive lineman Jake Rodgers, died Friday night two weeks after collapsing in the stands during the Eagles' home game against Illinois State.

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