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 NFL News - Wednesday, November 14, 2007
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Texans place Robinson on IR, sign Cox

The Houston Texans placed cornerback Dunta Robinson on the 
injured reserve and signed safety Curome Cox on Tuesday.
Robinson tore his right anterior cruciate ligament and injured 
his hamstring making a tackle against Oakland. Cox was released 
by Denver by Nov. 6 after playing for the Broncos since 2005. 
He appeared in seven games this season and had seven tackles 
and a fumble recovery. Cox has 53 tackles and two interceptions 
in his three-year NFL career.

Healthier Panthers waive QB Olson

The Carolina Panthers, getting healthier at quarterback, 
waived Drew Olson on Tuesday. Olson was signed to the practice 
squad last week, then elevated to the 53-man roster Saturday. 
Olson, who went undrafted out of UCLA and has never thrown a 
pass in the NFL, served as the emergency third quarterback in 
Carolina's loss to Atlanta on Sunday. The Panthers brought in 
Olson after David Carr sustained his second concussion of the 
season a week earlier, and with Vinny Testaverde trying to 
recover from a right Achilles' tendon injury. With original 
starter Jake Delhomme out for the season with an elbow injury, 
it left undrafted rookie Matt Moore as the only healthy 
quarterback. Testaverde started against the Falcons, and coach 
John Fox said Monday he suffered no setbacks. Fox also said Carr 
might be cleared to play Sunday at Green Bay. The Panthers 
also re-signed fullback Billy Latsko to the practice squad.

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Trial date for Browns' Bodden set after Super Bowl

Browns cornerback Leigh Bodden will go on trial the day after 
the Super Bowl on charges of being verbally abusive with police 
at an airport. Cleveland Municipal Judge Anita Laster Mays on 
Tuesday set Bodden's trial for Feb. 4. Bodden is charged with 
misdemeanor aggravated disorderly conduct, resisting arrest, 
and three traffic charges. If convicted, he faces a maximum of 
six months in jail and a $1,000 fine. Bodden also could face 
discipline from the league under commissioner Roger Goodell's 
crackdown on player misconduct. The 26-year-old Bodden was 
picking up his girlfriend and their two children Sept. 5 at 
Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, the city's main 
airport. Police say he drove in reverse down a one-way street, 
became verbally abusive and began to resist officers trying to 
place handcuffs on him. Bodden previously apologized to his 
coaches and teammates and told reporters he couldn't comment.

Bengals claim LB Roy Manning off waivers from Jacksonville

The Bengals put linebacker Caleb Miller on injured reserve 
Tuesday and claimed linebacker Roy Manning off waivers from 
the Jacksonville Jaguars, looking to add depth to their most 
depleted position. Miller missed the last six games with a 
sore back. The move to the injured list ends his season.
Manning is a third-year player with limited NFL experience. 
He played in 15 games in 2005 for Green Bay, which originally 
signed him as an undrafted free agent from Michigan. He 
appeared in one game for Houston last year, when he ended 
the season on Buffalo's roster. He played for the Jaguars 
in the preseason and was signed by Jacksonville last week. 
He was on the inactive list for the Jaguars game at Tennessee
on Sunday.

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Bills stick with Losman at QB against Patriots

Two days after leading the Bills to another come-from-behind 
win, quarterback J.P. Losman was selected as the starter for 
Buffalo's game against unbeaten New England on Sunday. Coach 
Dick Jauron released a statement Tuesday on the quarterbacking 
situation. Down 10-2 after three quarters, Losman guided the 
Bills to a 13-10 victory over the winless Miami Dolphins last 
Sunday, his second straight fourth-quarter comeback win and 
third of his career. He also manufactured a late-game rally 
for Buffalo two weeks ago over Cincinnati. Losman completed 
just 12 of 23 passes for 157 yards and one interception 
against the Dolphins. He was also sacked twice and struggled 
during most of the first three quarters. He's now led the team 
to three straight wins, including three weeks ago against the 
Jets in a relief appearance after rookie starter Trent Edwards 
sprained his wrist. Edwards was inactive against the Bengals, 
but was the backup against Miami. The resurgent Bills (5-4) 
have won four straight after opening the season 0-3. Included 
in those three losses was a 38-7 defeat at New England in Week 
3 when Losman lost his starting job to Edwards after spraining 
his left knee during the Bills' first offensive series.
As part of it its flex-scheduling system, the NFL moved this 
Sunday's game against the Patriots (9-0) to 8:15 p.m. EST. 
New England is coming off its bye week after using a fourth-
quarter comeback of its own to defeat Indianapolis in Week 9.

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