Latest News: Henry is fourth with 1,000 yards rushing


Latest information from the NFL at Week 13 (Eastern Time):


1:10 p.m.

Tennessee Titans operating again Derrick Henry grew to become the league's fourth participant to interrupt the 1,000-yard mark this season.

Henry succeeds within the first sport towards his rival Indianapolis. He ran for 9 meters earlier than dropping a breakaway towards the road of 39 Titans. He entered the sport for the fourth time within the league with 991 yards behind, adopted by Christian McCaffrey of Carolina (1,123), Nick Chubb of Cleveland (1,117) and Dalvin Cook of Minnesota (1,017).

Henry is the primary Titan participant to run 1,000 yards in consecutive seasons since Chris Johnson in 2012-13.

– Michael Marot reporting to Indianapolis, in Indiana.


1:06 p.m.

A driving rain fell on the pitch firstly of the 49ers' confrontation with the San Francisco Ravens, and it is exhausting to say how this may have an effect on the Ravens' quarterback, the Ravens' half-flying, or the primary Baltimore assault.

The 49ers rank # 2 within the race, however their first run introduced them nothing. Quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo scrambled to clinch a brief cross to Kendrick Bourne who gained 30.

– Dave Ginsburg reporting from Baltimore, Maryland.



The disagreement between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Cleveland Browns is prevalent of their wardrobes.

After the Browns' coach, Freddie Kitchens, was noticed carrying a t-shirt bearing the inscription "Pittsburgh the Beginning" – a reference to the combat that marked the top of the victory Cleveland 21-7 on the Steelers Nov. 14 – Cleveland Catcher, Jarvis Landry Sweatshirt with "Revenge" lettering heading to the guests' locker room at Heinz Field a couple of hours earlier than the coup d'etat. sending the revenge.

Several Steelers responded with provocative t-shirts.

A handful of individuals wore t-shirts shouting "Free Pouncey", a nod to the beginning heart, Maurkice Pouncey, who will play the second sport of a two-game suspension for hitting and injured Defender Brown, Myles Garrett, after Garrett ripped off quarterback helmet Mason Rudolph from Pittsburgh. hit it with the penultimate snap of the primary assembly.

Pittsburgh cornerback, Cam Sutton, took a ruder strategy in carrying a toddler's sweatshirt in a Steelers helmet urinating on an individual dressed within the Brown Gear .



A rivalry already in a nasty temper has develop into a lot worse with the combat between the Steelers and the Browns in Cleveland.

On Sunday, the groups ended up in Pittsburgh, each on the periphery of the playoff race and in want of a win.

But the central level, no less than 17 days after the mass combat that led to Garrett's suspension for no less than one revenge, is on the stage of animosity. And if that can have an effect on the efficiency of Steelers (6-5) and Browns (5-6).

"I know there's going to be a lot of hassle and a lot of guys are going to try to put you in the head and do some things to try to get you out of your character," stated Browns defender Denzel Ward . "Just think of improving the team, winning the game and not inflicting silly penalties or anything on the other team that could hurt this team."


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