Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll confirmed Wednesday the team will place defensive end Cliff Avril on injured reserve, according to SiriusXM NFL Radio.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport tweeted Avril is considering retirement.
Avril suffered a neck injury in Week 4 against the Indianapolis Colts. Rapoport reported he was dealing with "some numbness" down his arm after the injury.
Prior to this season, Avril had been a rock in Seattle's defensive line with just one missed game from 2013 to 2016. His absence leaves a void in the Seahawks pass rush after he led the team with 11.5 sacks last year...more
The final undefeated team fell in Week 6 to another top 10 club, which shakes the Week 7 power rankings at the top.
The Atlanta Falcons lost another home game to a team that struggles on the offensive end. Should we begin to question the defending NFC champions as the best squad in their own division?
Running back Adrian Peterson single-handedly forced change within the standings. How far did the Arizona Cardinals move up? Will the three-time rushing champion sustain early success with his third team?
How does Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers' injury affect the team's season outlook...more
ANALYSIS: Perhaps no one was more excited than I was by the official announcement that Amazon’s Alexa would work with Sonos speakers. And now, almost two weeks later, no one may be as frustrated as I am.
It had been more than a year since Sonos, realizing it had badly missed the boat on voice-powered speakers, announced a partnership with Amazon to integrate with Alexa.
Great! I am the ideal target for this. I own two Sonos Play:1 speakers. And I have an Amazon Echo and Echo Dot.
It seemed insane that these gadgets didn’t already work together. Occasionally, I even looked at buying...more
The Arizona Cardinals will have to remain without their All-Pro running back for a while longer.
Head coach Bruce Arians said Wednesday that the "earliest" David Johnson could return is Thanksgiving, according to Alex Marvez of SiriusXM NFL Radio.
Johnson has been out since the first game of the season with a wrist injury, and the latest timeline means he will be off the field until at least Week 12.
The original projection from the wrist surgery was two to three months, per ESPN's Adam Schefter, although Arians wasn't as confident.
"Hoping we can get him back by Christmas,...more