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Ed Werder discusses what James Harrison will bring to the Steelers in the wake of injuries to two of their starting linebackers.
The "NFL Live" crew breaks down the NFC team that made the playoffs in 2013 that is in the most trouble this season.
Michael Smith and Jemele Hill discuss Bears DE Lamarr Houston's confirmation that 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick used the N-word and Kaepernick's denial.
SportsCenter Highlight of the Night: Jay Cutler threw for 225 yards and two touchdowns in the Bears' 27-19 win over the Jets.
Scott Burnside, Pierre LeBrun, Katie Strang and Craig Custance look at the teams in the NHL's Western Conference that improved in the offseason, and those that are starting to slide backward.
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