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Steelers and Jaguars tied after first quarter NFL Football 09/18/2006

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) -Big Ben is back.

Wearing protective padding around his midsection, Ben Roethlisberger returned to the Pittsburgh Steelers lineup Monday night against the Jacksonville Jaguars - barely two weeks after having surgery to remove his appendix.

The youngest starting quarterback to win a Super Bowl completed 4 of 8 passes for 41 yards during a scoreless first quarter in his first regular-season action since the scary offseason motorcycle accident that nearly cost him his life.


Tice, Campo getting fresh start with Jags NFL Football 09/18/2006
rs (2000-02) as head coach in Dallas. He didn't have Troy Aikman, Emmitt Smith and Michael Irvin, and was fired after three consecutive 5-11 seasons.

Now, Tice and Campo are trying to rebuild their reputations - and revamp their resumes - with the Jacksonville Jaguars, who hosted the Pittsburgh Steelers on Monday night.

Coach Jack Del Rio hired Campo last year, after his two-year stint as Cleveland's defensive coordinator, to run the secondary. He added Tice in the offseason to work with Jacksonville's offense.

Leftwich shares Big Ben's passion for bikes NFL Football 09/16/2006
wice - once in college (Leftwich won the 2001 meeting, then missed the rematch with a broken ankle) and once in the NFL (Roethlisberger won the 2004 game, then sat out last year with a knee injury).

They will square off again Monday night when the Jacksonville Jaguars (1-0) host the defending Super Bowl champion Steelers (1-0). The quarterbacks are sure to talk about their college days, their NFL careers and their motorcycle adventures.

Roethlisberger, who missed the opener following an emergency appendectomy b

Peterson, Spicer, Stroud return to Jags practice NFL Football 09/15/2006

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) -Linebacker Mike Peterson and defensive linemen Paul Spicer and Marcus Stroud returned to practice Friday for the Jacksonville Jaguars and are expected to play against Pittsburgh on Monday night.

They remained questionable on the team's injury report, but showed signs of improvement after missing practice Thursday.

The Jags will be without defensive end Reggie Hayward, who ruptured his left Achilles tendon in the season opener against Dallas and was placed on injured reserve.


Peterson, Stroud, Spicer miss Jags practice NFL Football 09/14/2006

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) -The Jacksonville Jaguars could be without three defensive starters Monday night against defending Super Bowl champion Pittsburgh.

Linebacker Mike Peterson, tackle Marcus Stroud and end Paul Spicer missed practice Thursday and were listed as questionable on the team's injury report.

The Jags already will be without defensive end Reggie Hayward, who ruptured his left Achilles tendon in the season opener against Dallas and was placed on injured reserve.

Peterson sprained a knee ligame

Jags trying to extend streaks against Steelers NFL Football 09/14/2006

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) -Few coaches have been as successful as Pittsburgh's Bill Cowher on Monday night. No team has been as successful against him as the Jacksonville Jaguars.

The Jaguars have won both games against the Steelers in what historically has been the league's most coveted time slot. They hope to extend their record to 3-0 when the defending Super Bowl champions put their nine-game winning streak on the line in Jacksonville on Monday night.

``It's a big-time game for big-time teams,'' Jags defen

Jags CB Williams enters 'no contest' plea NFL Football 09/14/2006

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) -Jacksonville Jaguars cornerback Brian Williams has pleaded no contest to drunken-driving charges, opening himself up to possible sanctions from the NFL.

Chief Assistant State Attorney Jay Plotkin said Thursday that Williams entered a plea on his first court appearance. He was put on probation for six months and ordered to perform 50 hours of community service.

Those penalties are typical for a first-time offender, Plotkin said.

Williams was arrested early Sept. 2 after his 2006 Ben

Jags replacing another defensive starter NFL Football 09/11/2006

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) -Jacksonville Jaguars coach Jack Del Rio has been forced to make an early change to his starting defense for the third consecutive season.

Defensive end Reggie Hayward ruptured his left Achilles' tendon in the opener against Dallas and will have season-ending surgery in the next 10 days, a potentially devastating injury for the Jaguars (1-0).

``It's a blow to us, but we've got some guys who can step up at that spot,'' linebacker Mike Peterson said.

Hayward, who signed a five-year, $

Bledsoe entrenched as Cowboys' starting QB - 'right now' NFL Football 09/11/2006
is team.

And if you don't believe him, then take it from coach Bill Parcells: This remains Bledsoe's team ... ``right now.''

Parcells defended his longtime quarterback Monday, insisting that plenty of others were to blame for a 24-17 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars. He said Bledsoe will definitely start Sunday night against the Washington Redskins and that calls for him to turn to Romo are premature.

However, Parcells' loyalty to Bledsoe has its limits. By qualifying most of his comments with ``right now,''

Jags CB Williams apologizes for arrest NFL Football 09/08/2006

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) -Jacksonville Jaguars cornerback Brian Williams, arrested last weekend on drunken-driving charges, apologized for his actions Friday.

``It's unfortunate that it occurred,'' Jaguars coach Jack Del Rio said Friday. ``I'm sure he's embarrassed by it. I'd like for us to deal with it head-on and put it behind us as soon as possible. Dealing with the incident will be plenty of punishment.''

According to league rules, the Jaguars have no authority to fine or suspend Williams for matters invo

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