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 NFL News - Friday, November 30,2007
... Week 13 Schedule, Farve and more...
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Favre injures elbow, shoulder in loss to Cowboys

Brett Favre was hopeful about extending his consecutive start
streak after he left the Green Bay Packers' 37-27 loss at
Dallas on Thursday night with an injured right elbow and
separated left shoulder. Favre was hit hard while throwing a
pass that was intercepted in the second quarter, leaving his
status for Green Bay's next game against Oakland on Dec. 9
and his NFL-record run of 249 straight starts in question.
"I think I'll be OK," said Favre, who was wearing a bandage
over his right arm. "It's fortunate we have a few extra days
off. I'll just rest and see." Favre was hurt with 10:11 left
before halftime when he was hit by cornerback Nate Jones.
Terence Newman made a diving interception of the fluttering
pass. Favre grabbed his arm and flexed it while walking
slowly to the sideline. He didn't even realize he injured
his non-throwing shoulder until he went into the dressing
room to have some work done on his elbow. Aaron Rodgers,
who was 18-of-26 for 201 yards, took over at quarterback
on Green Bay's next possession. With his right arm covered
with a sleeve, Favre returned to the sideline after getting
treatment and having an X-ray taken during halftime. He was
still wearing his pads, but wore a baseball cap as he watched
Rodgers run the Green Bay offense. Favre said he suffered a
similar nerve injury to his right elbow last season, leaving
the Packers' 35-0 loss to New England at Lambeau Field.
Rodgers relieved Favre in that game, but broke his foot.
He said he lost feeling in his fingers Thursday night and
his elbow began to swell. "I could grip a football," Favre
said. "I didn't want to throw and have it go out the back.
It wasn't worth the risk." Favre didn't seem too concerned
about the shoulder since that injury isn't to his throwing arm.
"It's one of those things you can shoot up and play with,"
Favre said. Rodgers had played in only six games in two-plus
seasons before Thursday night. He had thrown only two passes
this season. With 31 seconds left in the first half, Rodgers
threw his first career touchdown pass, an 11-yarder to Greg
Jennings that got the Packers within 27-17.
Newman's interception set up the Cowboys for Tony Romo's
10-yard touchdown pass to Terrell Owens that gave them a
27-10 lead.

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Week 13 schedule

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 2

San Francisco at Carolina 1 p.m.

Jacksonville at Indianapolis 1 p.m.

San Diego at Kansas City 1 p.m.

NY Jets at Miami 1 p.m.

Detroit at Minnesota 1 p.m.

Seattle at Philadelphia 1 p.m.

Atlanta at St. Louis 1 p.m.

Houston at Tennessee 1 p.m.

Buffalo at Washington 1 p.m.

Cleveland at Arizona 4:05 p.m.

Denver at Oakland 4:05 p.m.

NY Giants at Chicago 4:15 p.m.*

Tampa Bay at New Orleans 4:15 p.m. (originally at 1 p.m.)

Cincinnati at Pittsburgh 8:15 p.m. (NBC)


MONDAY, DECEMBER 3

New England at Baltimore 8:30 p.m. (ESPN)

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Williams ungdergoes surgery

Miami Dolphins running back Ricky Williams underwent surgery
Thursday to repair a season-ending injury to his right pectoral
muscle. Williams was hurt Monday at Pittsburgh, his first
game in nearly two years. He was placed on injured reserve
Wednesday. Rehabilitation for Williams is expected to take
five months. The injury came in his first game since returning
from a 1½-year suspension for violating the NFL drug policy.


Cardinals sign veteran punter Berger

The Arizona Cardinals signed two-time Pro Bowl punter Mitch
Berger on Thursday. Berger replaces Mike Barr, who was released
Tuesday.In his 13th NFL season, Berger has a career average of
43.7 yards per punt, with 227 kicks inside the 20-yard line in
159 games. He spent the 2006 season on injured reserve with the
New Orleans Saints because of a pelvic injury. Berger was a
sixth-round draft pick of Philadelphia out of Colorado in 1994.
He was out of football in 1995, then spent six seasons with
Minnesota. He also punted for St. Louis for one season before
going to the Saints in 2005. Berger made the Pro Bowl with
Minnesota in 1999 and New Orleans in 2004.

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