>>Packers Play Bears In Windy City
(Chicago, IL) -- An NFC North class takes place at Soldier Field this Sunday as the Green Bay Packers visit the Chicago Bears. It's the second straight divisional game for the Packers, who dropped a 19-7 decision at Detroit last weekend. Green Bay was limited to just 223 yards of offense, with Aaron Rodgers throwing for just 162 and one score. The Packers are 1-and-2 overall, including 0-and-2 on the road. The Bears return home after back-to-back road wins over the 49ers and Jets. Those followed a season-opening home loss to the Bills in overtime. Chicago has lost six of its last seven against Green Bay.
>>Rams Off Sunday
(St. Louis, MO) -- The Rams have no game on Sunday as they are on their bye. The team returns to action a week from Sunday on the road against the currently unbeaten Eagles. Philadelphia is 3-and-0 and plays at San Francisco on Sunday. The Rams are 1-and-2 after losing 34-31 to Dallas last weekend.
>>Bears Sign Sharpton, Release Fiammetta
(Lake Forest, IL) -- The Bears are changing up the roster. Linebacker Darryl Sharpton has been signed to a one-year deal. The team also released veteran fullback Tony Fiammetta with an injury settlement. Sharpton played 42 games for the Texans from 2010 to 2013.
>>Bears Injury Report
(Lake Forest, IL) -- The Bears are looking to get healthy ahead of Sunday's matchup with the Packers at Solider Field. Jared Allen, Roberto Garza and Matt Slauson were among those that did not practice yesterday. Brandon Marshall was also held out with his ankle injury.
>>Giants Pummel Turnover-Prone Redskins
(Landover, MD) -- Eli Manning threw three touchdown passes to tight end Larry Donnell as the Giants crushed the Redskins 45-14 at FedEx Field. Manning finished 28-of-39 for 300 yards with four touchdowns and an interception while Donnell made seven grabs for 54 yards and the three scores. Manning also ran for a TD while Victor Cruz had six catches for 108 yards. Andre Williams ran for 66 yards and a TD as New York improved to 2-and-2. Kirk Cousins was intercepted four times and lost a fumble as part of Washington's six turnovers. He finished 19-of-33 for 257 yards with a touchdown to Andre Roberts. Alfred Morris ran for 63 yards and a score as the 'Skins fell to 1-and-3 on the year.
>>Bengals' Still's Daughter Has Tumor Removed
(Philadelphia, PA) -- The daughter of Cincinnati Bengals defensive tackle Devon Still is recovering after having her cancerous tumor completely removed Thursday. Four-year-old Leah underwent a nearly six-hour surgery, but still faces another round of chemotherapy, radiation and stem-cell transplants. Still was originally cut by the Bengals before the season started, but was named to the practice squad by the team so that he could retain insurance to pay for his daughter's medical bills. He has since been promoted to the active roster, and the team is closing in on selling 10-thousand of his jerseys to raise one-million-dollars for the Cincinnati Children's Hospital's pediatric cancer research efforts.