(Nashville, TN) -- The Steelers scored 14 points in the fourth quarter to rally for a 27-24 win over the Titans at LP Field. Le'Veon Bell rushed for 204 yards and a touchdown to help the Steelers improve to 7-and-4. Ben Roethlisberger threw for 207 yards, a touchdown and an interception, while Antonio Brown had nine grabs for 91 yards and a score in the victory. Zach Mettenberger was 15-of-24 for 263 yards, two touchdowns and an interception for the Titans, who fell to 2-and-8 with their fourth straight loss. Nate Washington had an 80-yard touchdown grab in defeat.
>>Caldwell: No Information About Nature Of DEA Investigation
(Allen Park, MI) -- The Drug Enforcement Administration inspections of several NFL teams included the Detroit Lions. Lions Head Coach Jim Caldwell says he is aware that the matter is serious.
The "Washington Post" reports the agency is investigating claims in a class action lawsuit filed by former players alleging team medical staffs violated laws in dispensing medications. A DEA spokesman told the "Post" that questioning concerned federal regulations for storing, transporting, labeling, and dispensing of controlled substances. No one with the Lions was detained as part of the inquiry, which happened as the team prepared to leave Phoenix Sunday.
>>Decision On Vikings' Peterson Could Come Tuesday
(Undated) -- A decision on the appeal by Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson could come as early as Tuesday. ESPN reports Peterson's appeals hearing via conference call lasted around 30 minutes on Monday and a decision on the matter may come Tuesday. Peterson is hoping to be reinstated from the commissioner's exempt list. He has been on the list and has not played since Week One of the season while the legal process played out in his child-abuse case.
The former NFL MVP pleaded no contest in his case and was given two years' probation, a four-thousand fine and 80 hours of community service after disciplining his four-year-old son with a tree branch earlier this year. The Players' Association filed an expedited, non-injury grievance last Monday to get Peterson put back on the Vikings' roster immediately. The 29-year-old could still face discipline from the league under the NFL's Personal Conduct Policy.
>>Browns' Gordon Reinstated After Drug Suspension
(Berea, OH) -- Josh Gordon is back with the Cleveland Browns. The wide receiver has been reinstated from his 10-game drug suspension. NFL Media reports Gordon was on hand at the team facility Monday and has been cleared for normal activities without restriction. Last season's leading NFL pass catcher is expected to play this Sunday when the 6-and-4 Browns travel to Atlanta to face the 4-and-6 Falcons.
>>Cardinals' Fitzgerald Has MCL Sprain
(Tempe, AZ) -- Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald is dealing with a grade two MCL sprain. AZ Central Sports reports Fitzgerald expects to play in the Cardinals' upcoming NFC West showdown with the Seattle Seahawks this Sunday. He suffered the sprain in the second quarter of Arizona's 14-6 win over the Detroit Lions. "Fitz" leads the Cardinals with 46 receptions for 658 yards this season. Arizona is an NFL-best 9-and-1, and holds a three-game division lead over Seattle.
>>Colts' Bradshaw May Have Broken Ankle
(Indianapolis, IN) -- The Indianapolis Colts fear running back Ahmad Bradshaw has a broken ankle. ESPN reports Bradshaw will undergo further tests to determine the severity of the break, and whether surgery is needed. He was hurt in the second half of the Colts' 42-20 loss to the New England Patriots Sunday night. Bradshaw has 425 rushing yards, along with 300 receiving yards and eight total touchdowns this season.