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-Will Rashard Mendenhall (right) be healthy by the start of the 2012 season?
-The Steelers still have some work to do in order to get under the salary cap.
-Bears linebacker and former West Virginia star J.T. Thomas was arrested in Morgantown and charged with possession of marijuana.
-Life moves on for Raven kicker Billy Cundiff.
-Former Vikings/Raiders/Patriots/Titans wide receiver Randy Moss wants to play in the NFL again.
-Will the Giants keep running back Brandon Jacobs?
-“I think it’s going to work here."- Jaguars coach and former Steelers tight end/assistant coach Mike Mularkey.
-Former Dolphins/49ers wide receiver Freddie Solomon passed away following a battle with colon cancer. He was 59.
-"I'm not in the lineup every night, and I go stretches where I'm not in at all, and my job right now is to be professional and to be ready and excited to play when my number is called." - Ben Lovejoy.
-Dan Bylsma switched things up in practice yesterday.
-Flyers forward Zac Rinaldo was suspended two games for a charge against Red Wings defenseman Jonathan Ericsson Sunday.
-The hit in question and the NHL's explanation:
-The Red Wings can set an NHL record tonight with their 21st consecutive home game against the Stars.
-Ugly Goal of the Night: Washington goaltender Braden Holtby allowed this clunker from beyond center ice against the Sharks last night:
-The Coyotes are giving out Alice Cooper bobbleheads Feb. 18:
-"We don't have any quitters on this team." - Pitt forward Lamar Patterson.
-No. 2 Syracuse edges No. 19 Louisville, 52-51.
(Photo: Mendenhall-Peter Aiken/Getty Images)
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