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 NFL News - Thursday, November 29,2007
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Neuheisel interested in SMU job

Rick Neuheisel said Wednesday he had been contacted indirectly 
about the open SMU football coaching job. The Baltimore Ravens 
offensive coordinator and former Colorado and Washington head 
coach said he would be interested in the position. "It's a 
diamond in the rough," Neuheisel said of SMU. Neuheisel said 
he missed college football and would be interested in the right 
opportunity, but he wasn't bent on leaving the NFL. Neuheisel 
was fired from Washington for participating in an off-campus 
NCAA basketball tournament pool. He later received a $4.5 
million settlement from the university and the NCAA, which 
essentially cleared him of wrongdoing.


Lions say knee injury means CB Stanley Wilson's season is over

A knee injury has ended the season for Detroit Lions cornerback 
Stanley Wilson. The team placed Wilson on injured reserve list 
and signed cornerback Ramzee Robinson from the practice squad 
Wednesday. Wilson hurt his knee in a 37-26 Thanksgiving loss to 
the Green Bay Packers. Robinson is making his second appearance 
on the active roster. Detroit called him up for a game against 
Tampa Bay on Oct. 21, when he made two special teams tackles.


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Patriots, Dolphins mark first time since 1984 that NFL has 
11-0 and 0-11 teams

Even Bill Belichick is having a hard time ignoring the attention 
on his New England Patriots as they get ever closer to the NFL's 
first perfect season in 35 years. "I don't care what everybody 
else thinks," he snarled this week after first suggesting that 
no one cared except the reporters asking the questions.
"I can tell you what this team thinks. Right now we're thinking 
about getting ready for Baltimore. That's how we approach the 
game. I can't tell you what anybody else thinks. I don't care 
what everybody else thinks. It doesn't make any difference."
It sure does, though, to the Miami Dolphins - for a couple of 
reasons. New England is 11-0 on the way to 16-0 - or 19-0, the 
record if it wins out through the Super Bowl. That would make 
the Patriots the NFL's first unbeaten team since the 1972 
Dolphins went 14-0 in the regular season and 17-0 overall, 
beating Washington in the Super Bowl. Now, that same Miami 
franchise is at the opposite end in this season of extremes, 
only the third time in the NFL's 88 seasons that there have 
been 11-0 and 0-11 teams at the same time. In 1984, Miami was 
11-0 on the way to a 14-2 record and Super Bowl trip with 
Dan Marino setting passing records that wouldn't be broken 
for two decades. The 0-11 team was Buffalo, which finished 
2-14, setting the stage for a housecleaning that brought in 
an administration led by Bill Polian and Marv Levy. All they 
would do is get the Bills to four straight Super Bowls from 
1990-93. The only other time it happened was 1942, when 
Chicago was 11-0 and Detroit 0-11.

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Bengals RB Chris Perry will stay on injured list rest of season

Running back Chris Perry will miss the rest of the season after
 the Cincinnati Bengals decided Wednesday not to activate him 
off the physically unable to perform list. Perry has been 
sidelined since he broke his lower right leg last Nov. 26 
against Cleveland. He resumed practicing with the team three 
weeks ago, but hasn't fully recovered. "If they needed me to 
play this year, I would have been more than happy to," Perry 
said Wednesday. "But honestly, having this time to get into 
game shape is a great opportunity. So I'm not really 
disappointed. I'm just taking it in stride and getting ready 
for next year. "Honestly, I guess everybody feels this is the 
best decision." Perry was the 26th overall selection in the 
2004 draft out of Michigan, but has been hampered for most of 
his career by injuries. He missed most of his rookie season 
with a hamstring injury and a hernia. Perry played in 14 games 
in 2005, then broke his leg just above the ankle last year.
Coach Marvin Lewis said Perry isn't all the way back from the 
injury. "The whole goal is you don't want to put a player out 
there on the field that you don't feel is going to be able to 
do things day-in and day-out like an NFL player," Lewis said. 
"Chris has worked hard. With where we are in the season, and 
where he is physically - he's very close - maybe if you had 
the luxury of doing that, you would. But you don't want to put 
Chris in that situation." Perry will have to emerge from a 
crowd of running backs to have a role next season. The Bengals 
are currently using Rudi Johnson, DeDe Dorsey and Kenny Watson 
at the spot, and second-round draft pick Kenny Irons is 
recovering from reconstructive knee surgery.

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