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Brandon Marshall’s playoff drought likely will continue this season.

Marshall, who has played 178 regular-season games without having appeared in the playoffs during his 13-season career, was waived by the New Orleans Saints on Wednesday, the team announced.

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Marshall’s playoff drought, the ninth-longest in NFL history, appeared likely to end this season with New Orleans (11-2) having clinched the NFC South title.

The veteran wide receiver, a six-time Pro Bowl selection, didn’t appear in a game with the Saints. He signed with the team last month after Dez Bryant suffered a season-ending Achilles injury.

The Saints apparently didn’t see enough from Marshall to activate him, despite the lack of production they have been getting from their receiving corps behind standout Michael Thomas. Rookies Tre’Quan Smith and Keith Kirkwood, second-year pro Austin Carr and third-year pro Tommylee Lewis have combined for a total of seven catches over the past three games.

It’s possible the Saints could get veteran receiver Ted Ginn Jr. back from injured reserve in time for the playoffs. Coach Sean Payton said this week that Ginn’s rehab from a knee injury has been going well.

Marshall began this season with the Seattle Seahawks, appearing in six games and catching 11 passes for 136 yards and a touchdown before he was released Nov. 1.

The Saints were Marshall’s fourth team in three years and the seventh of his career. The 34-year-old veteran is 16th on the all-time list with 970 receptions and 22nd in receiving yards with 12,351. He also has 83 career touchdown catches and his six seasons of 100-plus receptions are the most in NFL history.

To replace Marshall on the roster, the Saints claimed tight end Erik Swoope off waivers after he was released by the Indianapolis Colts. Swoope, 26, had eight catches for 87 yards and three touchdowns in seven games played this year.

Swoope (6-foot-5, 257 pounds) was a basketball player at the University of Miami (Florida) before switching to football — just like former Saints great Jimmy Graham. Swoope joined the Colts as an undrafted rookie in 2014, but he didn’t catch his first NFL pass until 2016.

ESPN’s Mike Triplett contributed to this report.

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BALTIMORE — Cincinnati Bengals coach Marvin Lewis and the rest of the team seemed confident this week that they could turn the season around against the Ravens.

So far, the results are inconclusive.

The Bengals gave up 117 yards rushing to Lamar Jackson. Mitch Stringer/USA TODAY Sports
It wasn’t a total disaster, like the outings against the Chiefs and Saints, and that’s probably why the Bengals’ defensive players weren’t hanging their heads in the locker room after the game. The mood certainly was lighter than it had been in the weeks prior to defensive coordinator Teryl Austin’s ouster.

“I thought they played their tails off,” Lewis said.

But at the end of the day, a 24-21 loss to the Ravens counts the same as a 51-14 loss to the Saints.

That isn’t to say the Bengals shouldn’t take any moral victories out of a close loss to a division rival on the road. If they can learn from it, they have six games left in the season to show that they’re better for it.

Lewis certainly seemed to think that could be the case.

“We have to learn something,” Lewis said. “Today, I thought they learned something about themselves. We had opportunities, but we didn’t take full advantage of them. We’ve got to take full advantage, but we learn. … But for them, they’ve got to be excited. We know where we are, and now it’s a race to the finish. And they are in the same position we are.”

In some ways, the Bengals appeared to play better with Lewis calling the plays. They settled down after a 75-yard touchdown drive to open the game and forced three straight punts. Shawn Williams picked off rookie quarterback Lamar Jackson to set up the Bengals to get points in the second half, and they held the Ravens to a field goal in the fourth quarter.

The offense had two chances to tie or take the lead late, but those drives resulted in a missed 52-yard field goal and an incomplete pass on fourth down to Cody Core, who appeared to drop Dalton’s pass after getting two hands on it.

The offense managed only 255 total yards, the second-worst total this season, and punted five times in the first half. Without A.J. Green, the Bengals simply couldn’t come up with the plays at the end of the game, like they did against the Falcons, Buccaneers and Dolphins.

That’s almost as concerning as the lack of playmakers on the defensive side.

There’s definitely blame to go around. However, defensively, it was clear that changing the playcaller isn’t going to be some magic bandage to fix the unit. They still gave up 403 yards and remain on pace to break the record for yards allowed in a season set by the 2012 Saints.

Not only did rookie quarterback Lamar Jackson become the first quarterback since Colin Kaepernick in 2016 to rush for more than 100 yards in a game, but he also recorded 265 total rushing yards. Jackson’s 117 rushing yards were the second-most by a rookie quarterback since the NFL-AFL merger.

The Ravens didn’t attempt a pass on the 11-play opening drive but were still able to convert two third downs by using Jackson’s feet. That happened even though the Bengals knew the Ravens would be running the ball instead of passing.

“He can’t throw the ball,” Burfict said after the game in the direction of Vincent Rey, who was talking to reporters at an adjacent locker.

If the Bengals are encouraged, it’s because the bar was set pretty low after a series of declining performances. There was nowhere to go but up, and the Bengals think they’re starting to make that climb back.

“It was a great step in the right direction. We just didn’t get the results we needed,” defensive end Carlos Dunlap said. “There are some positives. It was clear and evident we looked like a different defense out there.”

If that is the case, all is certainly not lost. Getting healthy would help. The situation at linebacker has become almost dire, with Nick Vigil and Preston Brown out and Vontaze Burfict, who is dealing with a hip injury, clearly still hobbled. Green could come back as early as next week, and the Bengals have the Browns, Broncos and Raiders on the schedule. It’s more manageable than facing the Chiefs or the Saints with an injured cast of characters.

“You just have to keep fighting and playing until the game is over,” Lewis said he told the team. “So let’s make plays. We know that we can do that, and we have guys who can do that. We’ll get some guys back and healthy, and that will make us better. And that will lift us up. But right now, everybody that’s getting the opportunity to play now, just keep playing better.”

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LANDOVER, Md. – Seven seasons later, late-game management remains one of Jason Garrett’s bigger issues.

In 2011, his first full year as the Dallas Cowboys’ head coach, he became known as the coach who iced his kicker. Dan Bailey made the initial try as Garrett signaled for the timeout but missed the 49-yard redo against the Arizona Cardinals and the Cowboys lost in overtime.

On Sunday, the Cowboys valiantly fought their way back into a game that appeared to be a sure loss to the Washington Redskins after Preston Smith recovered a Dak Prescott fumble for a touchdown with 4:55 to play. But the comeback fell short when Brett Maher’s 52-yard field goal try — which was pushed back 5 yards because of a snap infraction — hit the left upright.

But it’s what happened before the penalty that had many scratching their heads, among them former Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo, who was calling the game for CBS.

With 52 seconds left, Dak Prescott found Cole Beasley for an 18-yard pickup to the Washington 46.

With a timeout in their pocket, the Cowboys had endless possibilities. Or so it seemed.

They could work the edges and get out of bounds. They could work the middle of the field and use their timeouts. They could take a shot to win the game with a deep ball.
Being second-guessed on clock management comes with the job, and Jason Garrett is no stranger to that dynamic. Joe Robbins/Getty Images
Instead, they ran three more plays – completions in the middle of the field to Beasley for 9 and 6 yards, and a 3-yard run by Ezekiel Elliott – to get the ball to the Washington 31.

“The biggest thing after we got ourselves into field goal range was to try to get up there and clock the ball, preserve that last timeout and then give us the freedom,” Garrett said. “I think we were trying to get the clock down to 12 seconds. So once we got down to that point, the biggest thing that we wanted to do was maximize the field goal opportunity and run the ball, make some yards, use the timeout and then kick the game-tying field goal.”

Garrett opted for the safe route, playing for overtime. Prescott was OK with the move.

“I mean, that’s where you’re crossing your fingers and hoping at that point,” the quarterback said. “We’re just getting the run, getting the time down, then putting ourselves in position for a makeable field goal.”

In overtime two weeks ago against the Houston Texans, Garrett opted for the safe route in not going for it on fourth-and-1 from the opponent’s 42 and punted. The Cowboys did not get the ball back and lost 19-16.
In playing it safe against Washington, Garrett saw the issues the line had for much of the game in protecting Prescott, who was sacked four times and had to buy time on a few other occasions. While the Cowboys’ receivers had 15 catches, led by Beasley’s seven, there were times earlier in the game they did not help Prescott. The running game was of little help, too, with Ezekiel Elliott limited to 34 yards on 15 carries, the second-worst outing of his career.
Had Garrett gone for it against Houston and failed, would he have taken as much grief? Had he been aggressive against Washington and saw a chance for a tying field goal disappear with a sack or turnover, would he have taken as much grief as he is for playing it safe?

After the Houston loss, owner and general manager Jerry Jones lamented the lack of risk-taking from Garrett. He opted not to offer thoughts on the late-game scenario against Washington before leaving out a side door.

“I think the playcalling, we did exactly what we needed to do there,” Prescott said. “We make that field goal and we’re not talking about this right now.”

But the Cowboys did not make the field goal, and they missed a chance to potentially win a game they had little business winning, especially after Preston’s touchdown.

And Garrett’s late-game management remains as much of a work in progress as it was in 2011.

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Los Angeles Rams defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh said Tuesday that he has “no hard feelings” toward the Miami Dolphins after he made an Instagram comment poking fun at their run defense.

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“I got an opportunity to comment like any other person on Instagram,” Suh said. “Really made an observation any blind man could see.”

The play that caught Suh’s attention was a 71-yard touchdown run by the Carolina Panthers’ Christian McCaffrey in a preseason game against the Dolphins that was posted to the NFL’s Instagram account.

“Right up the Gut lol,” Suh wrote in the comments.
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The Dolphins released Suh, a five-time Pro Bowler, in March and less than two weeks later he signed a one-year deal worth $14 million with the Rams.

Suh said Tuesday that he recently spoke with Dolphins owner Stephen Ross.

“It’s a business,” Suh said. “And how I look at it is they had to move on from me and I’m happy where I’m at right now.”

Suh is expected to see his first preseason action with the Rams on Saturday when they play the Houston Texans.

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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Eli Manning is a lot like Blake Bortles in one critical area: They’re both turnover machines.

Both average 1.3 per game. From 2004 to ’16, Manning averaged 16.5 interceptions per season. Bortles averaged 17 per season in his first three seasons. Manning led the NFL in interceptions three times — including throwing 27 in 2013 — and Bortles led the league with 18 in 2015. The turnovers drove Tom Coughlin nuts when he was with the New York Giants, and they’re driving him crazy this year, too.

That was Coughlin’s No. 1 priority with Bortles this season: Cut down on the turnovers. He has, slightly. He has 11 in 11 games and is on pace for a career-low 16. Manning, by the way, also has 11 in 11 games.

Does that mean that the Jaguars shouldn’t take a serious look at making Manning their starting quarterback in 2018? Absolutely not. His experience, ability to carry a team for several weeks and clutch performances in the playoffs (remember the two game-winning drives in the Super Bowl) should make Coughlin, GM Dave Caldwell and coach Doug Marrone look long and hard at Manning.
If Eli Manning moves on from the Giants, might a reunion with Tom Coughlin in Jacksonville be an option? Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports
That, of course, depends on the team making the decision to move on from Bortles. That’s certainly not as easy a decision as many outside the organization believe. Caldwell is a staunch Bortles supporter and Coughlin and Marrone believe that they can win with Bortles, provided he’s given a good supporting cast, which injuries have robbed him of this season. It’s not out of the question that Bortles is the starter in 2018.

But if he isn’t, the Jaguars will have multiple options. Kirk Cousins, provided Washington doesn’t franchise tag him again, is the top quarterback available. It doesn’t appear that Jimmy Garoppolo will be available (San Francisco coach Kyle Shanahan said Monday that it was likely the 49ers would use the franchise tag on him). Alex Smith could be if Kansas City decides to go with Patrick Mahomes after Smith’s dip in play over the past month.

A veteran quarterback makes more sense for the Jaguars right now. The defense is Super Bowl caliber, but there’s a small window to keep that defense together considering the age and contract situations of some of the key players. Drew Brees, Sam Bradford, Case Keenum and Teddy Bridgewater also are scheduled to be free agents.

Manning, provided he has been released or is willing to accept a trade, should be considered. Even at 37 years old his upside outweighs his turnover concerns and would give the Jaguars a chance at a deep playoff run.

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Chargers offensive lineman Max Tuerk has been suspended without pay for the first four games of the 2017 regular season for violating the NFL policy on performance-enhancing substances, the team announced.

“This offseason, I made the mistake of taking over-the-counter supplements,” Tuerk said in a statement, via the team website. “In doing so, I opened myself up to the possibility of consuming a tainted supplement — something that ultimately led to a positive test for a banned substance. I accept responsibility for my actions and understand the NFL’s policy is very clear on this matter. This is a very hard way to learn a lesson, and I will never make this mistake again.”

Tuerk was a third-round pick by the Chargers in the 2016 NFL Draft, but didn’t play in any games his rookie season. Now, he has to wait until after the team’s Oct. 1 game against the Eagles to play in his first career NFL game.

“We respect and support the League’s decision on this matter,” the team said in a statement. “While disappointed, we appreciate that Max has accepted responsibility and are confident that he understands what is expected from him moving forward.”