Back in black, the Saints returned to form Sunday night to rout the visiting Panthers 31-13. Recap » Niners nick Seahawks » Seattle still NFC's best Week 14: Last Call »Leaders » Analysis »
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The list of suitors is long. But David Price won't come cheap. Will he be dealt at the winter meetings? Jayson Stark »Keri: Primer »Chat Managers honored »Praise Doc Buzz More »
This season's bowl drama lives in the long shots, matchups and motivation. Gene Wojciechowski »Can Auburn beat FSU? How we got here »Week 15's power »Vote »Bowl Mania »More »
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Merril Hoge reacts to the news that Patriots TE Rob Gronkowski is out for the season with a torn ACL and MCL in his right knee.
Drew Brees threw for four touchdowns to lift the Saints past the Panthers 31-13 in a battle for first place in the NFC South.
Highlight Of The Night: Kobe Bryant scored nine points in his return from an Achilles injury as the Lakers fell to the Raptors 106-94.
Antonio Pierce on Ron Rivera thinking of trademarking his nickname 'Riverboat Ron' and how he could use it to raise money for charities.
Zach Johnson holed out on 18, then beat Tiger Woods on a playoff hole to win the World Challenge.
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