|Cardinals' Palmer sees shoulder specialist
The Arizona Cardinals' plans on having Carson Palmer back under center following their bye week have appeared to have hit a snag, as the veteran quarterback was excused from Wednesday's practice to see a specialist about his ailing right shoulder.
|Panthers' Alexander suspended 10 games
Carolina Panthers defensive end Frank Alexander was suspended 10 games without pay Wednesday for violating the NFL's policy and program for substances of abuse.
|Gardner to start for embattled Michigan
Devin Gardner will return to the starting quarterback position for Michigan when the struggling Wolverines take the field Saturday at Rutgers following a tumultous week for the program.
|Extra Points: Raiders may as well go back to Gruden
Most of us want to learn from the past, not live in it.
|Fisher names Davis starting QB for Rams
St. Louis Rams head coach Jeff Fisher named Austin Davis the starting quarterback for not only Week 5's game against the Philadelphia Eagles, but also the rest of the season.
|2014-15 Florida Panthers Preview
Luongo, who put up solid numbers in a 14-game run with Florida at the end of last season, returns to the fold after spending seven-plus seasons with the Vancouver Canucks. Prior to being shipped off to the Canucks in 2006, Luongo had spent the previous five seasons with the Panthers and none of those campaigns ended with a trip to the playoffs.
|2014-15 Edmonton Oilers Preview
Since losing to the Carolina Hurricanes as an upstart eighth seed in the 2006 Stanley Cup Finals, the Oilers have yet to make it back to the postseason, giving this once-proud franchise the longest current playoff drought in the NHL.
|2014-15 Dallas Stars Preview
With Seguin and Spezza locked in as the club's top two pivots and left wing Jamie Benn coming off a season in which he was named a first-team NHL All Star, it's pretty clear Nill's Stars are not content with taking a back seat to Central Division powerhouses in Chicago and St. Louis.
|2014-15 Pittsburgh Penguins Preview
Five years after winning the franchise's third Stanley Cup title, the Penguins flamed out in the playoffs yet again last season, taking a 3-1 lead over the New York Rangers in the Eastern Conference semifinals before losing the next three games and the series.
|2014-15 Colorado Avalanche Preview
Of course, Roy is hardly satisfied with merely making the playoffs. He was a big part of four Stanley Cup championship teams as a goalie, lifting the Cup twice with Montreal and two more times in Colorado. Clearly, anything short of returning to the top of the NHL mountain as a coach would be considered failure.