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NFL News - Friday, October 26, 2007   
     ... Week 8 Schedule, Vikings, Dolphins and more ...   

Week 8 Schedule

NYG @  MIA  	1:00 PM  		

OAK @ TEN 	1:00 PM 	 	

PHI @ MIN 	1:00 PM 		

CLE @ STL 	1:00 PM 		

DET @ CHI 	1:00 PM 		

IND @ CAR 	1:00 PM 		

PIT @ CIN 	1:00 PM 		

JAC @ TB 	4:05 PM 		

BUF @ NYJ 	4:05 PM 		

HOU @ SD 	4:05 PM 	 	

NO @ SF 	4:15 PM 	 	

WAS @ NE 	4:15 PM 	

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Vikings sign punter Kluwe to 6-year extension

The Minnesota Vikings signed punter Chris Kluwe to a six-year 
deal Thursday, extending his contract through the 2013 season.
Kluwe leads the NFL with 18 punts inside the 20 this season and 
has averaged 44.2 yards in the first six games. He would've been 
a free agent after this season. "I'm glad to have it done," 
Kluwe said. "This is a great place to play. I enjoy being here. 
And I look forward to the rest of this year and the next six 
years to come." Kluwe was cut by Seattle as a rookie in 2005 
and claimed off waivers by the Vikings. He spent the first 
week and a half living in a hotel and wondering if he would 
make the team, but the Vikings ultimately settled on him over 
veteran Darren Bennett. Kluwe was second in the NFC with a 
44.1-yard average that year and has shown a strong leg despite 
needing knee surgery after his first season. "We know the 
value of him to our football team," Vikings coach Brad Childress 
said. "We're glad to have him for an extended period of time." 

LB Thomas won't make trip to London

Dolphins coach Cam Cameron confirmed Thursday, just hours 
before the team left for London, that linebacker Zach Thomas 
would stay stateside. Thomas suffered whiplash in a car 
accident after Sunday's loss to the Patriots, though Cameron 
said there are no symptoms, such as a concussion, stemming 
from the injury. Thomas missed two games earlier this season 
after being concussed. "They haven't put it in that category," 
Cameron said of a possible concussion. The doctors recommended 
rest and no travel, meaning the seven-time Pro Bowler will miss 
Sunday's game against the Giants, his third missed game of the 
season. "We talked last night; he feels a little uncomfortable. 
He knows the position we are in as a team," Cameron said.
"At the same time, I'm going to defer to our medical staff."
Complaining about soreness and neck injuries, Thomas saw 
Dr. Mickey Collins at the University of Pittsburgh Medical 
Center on Wednesday. Because of Thomas' injury, the Dolphins 
have only four linebackers on the active roster, but Cameron 
said defensive lineman Rob Ninkovich can also play the 

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Payton: Faine will be game-time decision for Saints

Saints starting center Jeff Faine's left pectoral injury 
could cause him to miss his team's game Sunday at San 
Francisco. Faine left the game last Sunday against Atlanta 
early in the third quarter and did not return. He had X-rays 
this week and no tear was revealed. Payton said Thursday that 
Faine will be a "game-time decision." "There's no surgery; 
there's no procedure. It is what it is. It will take time to 
where he feels strong enough in that area," Payton said.
If Faine cannot play, Jonathan Goodwin is expected to fill in 
at center, as he did for most of the second half against the 
Falcons. Meanwhile, defensive tackle Brian Young was limited 
in practice after sitting out on Wednesday because of knee 
stiffness. Young, who is tied for the team lead with two 
sacks, had fluid drained from his left knee earlier this week.
Young has said he expects to play and practice on Friday, the 
last practice before the Saints' scheduled flight to San 
Francisco that night. 

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