Green Bay beats Baltimore
GREEN BAY, Wis. ó Aaron Rodgers threw three touchdown passes, including two to tight end Jermichael Finley, and the Green Bay Packers beat the Baltimore Ravens 27-14 in a penalty-filled game Monday.
It was the fourth straight win for the Packers (8-4), solidifying their spot in the NFC wild-card race.
The teams committed 23 penalties for 310 yards, tying for the second-highest yardage total in an NFL game.
The Ravens (6-6) struggled in coverage without safety Ed Reed, who sat out with hip and ankle injuries.
IRVING, Texas ó The NFL is reviewing a play on which tackle Flozell Adams shoved New York Giants defensive end Justin Tuck in the back. It could result in another fine for Adams or even a suspension.
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. ó Mark Sanchez did not practice while recovering from a sprained right knee, but coach Rex Ryan is optimistic about quarterback’s chances of playing Sunday at Tampa Bay.
ST. LOUIS ó Safety O.J. Atogwe, one of the Rams’ top playmakers on defense, could miss the rest of the season with a dislocated right shoulder.
CINCINNATI ó Defensive tackle Domata Peko had arthroscopic knee surgery, sidelining one of the team’s best run stoppers for at least a couple of weeks.
BEREA, Ohio ó Defensive lineman C.J. Mosley is done for the season with a leg injury.
MIAMI ó NFL commissioner Roger Goodell says the Dolphins’ stadium needs more upgrades if South Florida is to remain competitive in bidding for future Super Bowls.