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-Mike Wallace (right) didn't look all that rusty on Sunday.
-Matt Ryan threw for 219 yards and two touchdowns and led the Falcons to a 27-21 win against the Broncos.
-Raiders cornerback and Pitt/Woodland Hills product Shawntae Spencer is dealing with a foot injury and may miss Sunday's game against the Steelers.
-Chiefs running back Jamal Charles re-injured his left knee which wiped out the majority of his 2011 season.
-Redskins defensive end Adam Carriker (knee) and linebacker Brian Orakpo (pectoral) will miss the rest of the season due to injuries.
-Giants guard David Diehl is dealing with a right knee injury.
-The replacement officials are struggling.
-After a lenghty rain delay, the Pirates beat the Cubs, 3-0.
-Andrew McCutchen is starting to look like an MVP again.
-The State College spikes ended their affiliation agreement with the Pirates and joined the Cardinals.
-Twins pitcher and former Pirate Matt Capps continues to recover from a shoulder injury.
-Kris Letang is considering playing in Europe if the lockout lasts long enough.
-"We have a really, really good offer on the table. I don’t see why we should be as far apart as they say we are." - Craig Adams on negotiations between the NHL and NHLPA.
-"We all suffer from this. The players, fans and owners. Everyone except for Gary Bettman.'' - Tomas Vokoun on the lockout.
-Jay Caufield is helping run the Penguins' players informal workouts during the lockout.
-Paul Martin (right) and Stars defenseman/former Penguin Alex Goligoski are among several Minnesota-born players practicing with members of the Wild who are informally working out at St. Louis Park, Minn.
-“Russia is a rich country with wealthy individuals. Russia is a possibility, but we are not negotiating a contract right now.” - Pat Brisson, agent for Sidney Crosby, on his client potentially playing in the KHL.
-The Penguins released their refund policy in the event that the lockout cancels games.
-A listing of all teams offering a refund for games missed due to the lockout.
-“If the league continues to insist on their, then it will take a full year. That’s because we are not going to cave in. Then I will spend the entire season in the KHL. It’s an absolute reality.” - Capitals captain Alex Ovechkin.
-"My wife tells my kids if you don't have anything nice to say don't say it." - Lightning forward Martin St. Louis on NHL commissioner Gary Bettman.
-“We don’t have any hard feelings against our team. It’s just the league in general. I think our team would probably take (the NHLPA’s) deal right now.” - Predators forward Mike Fisher.
-"He makes himself more than ($8 million) a year. Would Mr. Bettman willing to give up their salary and give part of it to these “poor” teams? Hmm … interesting question." - Ducks forward Teemu Selanne on Gary Bettman.
-Sharks captain Joe Thornton and Rangers forward Rick Nash are expected to join HC Davos of Switzerland's NLA for the duration of the lockout.
-Paul Chryst likes having options with the ground game.
-Former Penn State coach Jerry Sandusky will be sentenced Oct. 9.
-West Virginia quarterback Geno Smith (right) beefed up in the offseason.
-Nebraska coach Bo Pelini received a clean bill of health after experiencing ill health during Satuday's game against Arkansas State.
(Photos: Wallace-Jared Wickerham/Getty Images; Martin-Claus Andersen/Getty Images; Smith-Patrick McDermott/Getty Images)
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