4:15 PM: Detroit Lions center Dominic Raiola has been suspended from next Sunday's game against the Green Bay Packers after stomping on the ankle of Chicago Bears defensive tackle Ego Ferguson during yesterday's game.
4:00 PM: A woman who claims former San Francisco 49ers defensive end Ray McDonald sexually assaulted her at his home said the assault happened after she passed out by his pool and hit her head on the ground.
3:30 PM: Chicago Bears QB Jimmy Clausen suffered a concussion after taking a helmet-to-helmet hit from Detroit Lions defensive end Ezekiel Ansah during Sunday's game.
3:15 PM: San Diego Chargers coach Mike McCoy said on Monday that despite dealing with a bulging disc in his lower back, QB Philip Rivers will play next Sunday against the Kansas City Chiefs.
2:15 PM: Blackpool soccer club chairman Karl Oyston said about responding to texts after his mobile phone number was posted on a social media site: "I regret stooping to the level of those threatening and abusing my family. Given my position, I should have acted with more responsibility."
1:45 PM: Chicago Blackhawks forward Patrick Sharp said about playing Sunday after the death of assistant equipment manager Clint Reif: "It was very quiet on the bench, very quiet in the locker room and we wanted to make sure we had a good game for Clint and his family." The Blackhawks beat Toronto 4-0.
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.
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