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Jamal Lewis Joins Overtime, Adds His Opinion on Ray Rice’s Suspension

Former NFL Running Back Jamal Lewis joins Jeff Thurn on Thursday’s edition of Overtime on ESPN 99.1 to discuss Ray Rice's two-game suspension. 

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Former Baltimore Ravens WR Derrick Mason Shares his Reaction to Ray Rice’s Two-Game Suspension

On Friday’s edition of Overtime, Derrick Mason joins Jeff Thurn and adds his opinion on Ray Rice's two-game suspension for domestic violence. 

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Ty Schalter on Overtime: Did the NFL Miss on Ray Rice’s Suspension?

Bleacher Report's Ty Schalter joins Jeff Thurn on Thursday's edition of Overtime to discuss if the NFL should have given Ray Rice of the Baltimore Ravens a longer suspension.

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Jamal Lewis on Preparing to Play in the Super Bowl

Former NFL Running Back Jamal Lewis joined Jeff Thurn on Wednesday’s edition of Overtime on ESPN 99.1.

Lewis is a 10-year NFL veteran that played for Cleveland and Baltimore. In his career, he rushed for 10,607 yards, and 58 touchdowns

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Frazier: NFL Called To Talk About Officiating

The NFL has contacted the Minnesota Vikings about some questioned calls by the officials in Sunday's game at Baltimore.

Coach Leslie Frazier said Monday he received an unsolicited phone call from the league about some of the rulings Sunday, when the Vikings lost 29-26.

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Ravens Rally Past Vikings In Final Seconds 29-26

The Vikings would have loved to remember Sunday’s game against the Baltimore Ravens for the experience of playing — and winning — in the snow.

Instead, Minnesota absorbed another painful defeat, 29-26, and lost running back Adrian Peterson to a foot injury. The Vikings also were officially eliminated from playoff contention.

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Vikings Rule Ponder Out Against Ravens

The Minnesota Vikings have ruled Christian Ponder out for Sunday's game at Baltimore, because the quarterback has not yet passed all of his post-concussion tests.

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Rodgers, Lacy Help Packers Hold Off Ravens

For much of the afternoon, Aaron Rodgers was ducking oncoming linemen and misconnecting with hurried throws.

When it counted, however, Rodgers came up with the big plays.

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With Matthews Out, Neal Steps Up For Packers

Mike Neal's comfort level at his new position is being quickly put to the test by the Packers.

Green Bay drafted him in 2010 as a defensive lineman. This year, he transitioned to outside linebacker. Now he'll need to assume even more responsibility with four-time Pro Bowler Clay Matthews expected to miss at least a couple weeks with a broken right thumb.

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Denver Broncos Win The 2013 NFL Season Opener

DENVER -- Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos waited eight long months, then another 33 minutes, to get the season started.

A record-tying seven touchdown passes -- something no one had done in 44 years -- made it worth the while.

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