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 Aaron Rodgers of the Green Bay Packers celebrates after throwing the winning touchdown against the Miami Dolphins with three seconds left in the game. The Packers beat the Dolphins 27-24, rallying back from a 24-17 deficit to earn the win and improve their record to 4-2. 


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Aaron Rodgers of the Green Bay Packers celebrates after throwing the winning touchdown against the Miami Dolphins with three seconds left in the game. The Packers beat the Dolphins 27-24, rallying back from a 24-17 deficit to earn the win and improve their record to 4-2. 

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Julius Peppers crossed the goal line and caught his breath.But his work wasn’t done after returning an interception 49 yards for a touchdown. Teammate Morgan Burnett pointed to the stands — time for Peppers’ first Lambeau Leap.One of many for the Packers on Thursday night.Aaron Rodgers threw for three scores, and Eddie Lacy ran for a season-high 105 yards and two touchdowns in the 42-10 rout of the Minnesota Vikings. (Photo: Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

Julius Peppers crossed the goal line and caught his breath.

But his work wasn’t done after returning an interception 49 yards for a touchdown. Teammate Morgan Burnett pointed to the stands — time for Peppers’ first Lambeau Leap.

One of many for the Packers on Thursday night.

Aaron Rodgers threw for three scores, and Eddie Lacy ran for a season-high 105 yards and two touchdowns in the 42-10 rout of the Minnesota Vikings. (Photo: Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

A Cincinnati Bengals fan watches the action during the game against the Atlanta Falcons at Paul Brown Stadium on September 14, 2014 in Cincinnati, Ohio.  (Photo: Andy Lyons/Getty Images)

A Cincinnati Bengals fan watches the action during the game against the Atlanta Falcons at Paul Brown Stadium on September 14, 2014 in Cincinnati, Ohio.  (Photo: Andy Lyons/Getty Images)

Ray Rice was let go by the Baltimore Ravens on Monday and suspended indefinitely by the NFL after a video was released that appears to show the running back striking his then-fiancee in February.The grainy video, released by TMZ Sports, apparently shows Rice and Janay Palmer in an elevator at an Atlantic City casino. Each hits the other before Rice knocks Palmer off her feet and into a railing. An earlier TMZ video showed Rice dragging Palmer, now his wife, from the elevator at the Revel casino, which closed Sept. 2.The Ravens said earlier Monday that they never saw the new video. Hours later, they sent out a one-sentence release:“The Baltimore Ravens terminated the contract of RB Ray Rice this afternoon.”The NFL also took action, saying on Twitter that commissioner “Roger Goodell has announced that based on new video evidence that became available today he has indefinitely suspended Ray Rice.” (Photo: Rob Carr/Getty Images)

Ray Rice was let go by the Baltimore Ravens on Monday and suspended indefinitely by the NFL after a video was released that appears to show the running back striking his then-fiancee in February.

The grainy video, released by TMZ Sports, apparently shows Rice and Janay Palmer in an elevator at an Atlantic City casino. Each hits the other before Rice knocks Palmer off her feet and into a railing. An earlier TMZ video showed Rice dragging Palmer, now his wife, from the elevator at the Revel casino, which closed Sept. 2.

The Ravens said earlier Monday that they never saw the new video. Hours later, they sent out a one-sentence release:

“The Baltimore Ravens terminated the contract of RB Ray Rice this afternoon.”

The NFL also took action, saying on Twitter that commissioner “Roger Goodell has announced that based on new video evidence that became available today he has indefinitely suspended Ray Rice.” (Photo: Rob Carr/Getty Images)

She hadn’t done splits and high kicks since her cheerleading days in high school, but 40-year-old dance instructor Kriste Lewis set a lofty goal: to try out for the New Orleans Saints cheerleading squad, known as the Saintsations.Faced with competition from women who mostly ranged in age from 18 to 28, Lewis never thought she’d make the team. And then, she did.“I wanted to set a goal for myself, and the audition was a specific date that required specific training, so my goal was just to make it to the audition,” said Lewis, who lives with her husband and two sons in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, about 100 miles northeast of New Orleans. “Honestly, I really did not think I was going to make it.” (Photo: Bill Haber/The Associated Press)

She hadn’t done splits and high kicks since her cheerleading days in high school, but 40-year-old dance instructor Kriste Lewis set a lofty goal: to try out for the New Orleans Saints cheerleading squad, known as the Saintsations.

Faced with competition from women who mostly ranged in age from 18 to 28, Lewis never thought she’d make the team. And then, she did.

“I wanted to set a goal for myself, and the audition was a specific date that required specific training, so my goal was just to make it to the audition,” said Lewis, who lives with her husband and two sons in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, about 100 miles northeast of New Orleans. “Honestly, I really did not think I was going to make it.” (Photo: Bill Haber/The Associated Press)

Teardrops for murders. Spider webs for prison time. Penal code numbers for crimes committed.

Criminals have long used tattoos as indelible ink on their own bodily rap sheet. And for just as long, police have used tattoos as a way to identify suspects, a distinguishing characteristic to jog a memory or catch the public’s eye.

But only rarely does body art play a pivotal role as evidence posited as proof of wrongdoing.

Prosecutors trying to convict former New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez in a pair of homicide cases could try to use the one-time football star’s tattoos against him: They are seeking the artists who worked on Hernandez, saying they could be witnesses. (Photos: Ted Fitzgerald/Boston Herald/The Associated Press, Elise Amendola/The Associated Press, Matt Stone/Boston Herald/The Associated Press)

Johnny Manziel’s fall in draft only adds to his legendJohnny Manziel, the frat boy college football star whose dating resume includes a Maxim model and an underwear model, who has pending trademark requests for two of his nicknames, and who is mentioned in a Drake song, could use some humility in his life.And he got that in spades on Thursday night.Not only is he going to a city that LeBron left, where disappointment is destiny, and where first-round quarterbacks (Tim Crouch and Brady Quinn) are hatched with the overall patience of baby chicks in a furnace. But instead of going to the Cleveland Browns with the No. 4 or even the No. 8 picks, he slipped all the way down to 22nd.In the process, Manziel got to live a bit like one of us, except in real time with a camera focused on his face. (Photo: Frank Franklin II/The Associated Press)

Johnny Manziel’s fall in draft only adds to his legend
Johnny Manziel, the frat boy college football star whose dating resume includes a Maxim model and an underwear model, who has pending trademark requests for two of his nicknames, and who is mentioned in a Drake song, could use some humility in his life.

And he got that in spades on Thursday night.

Not only is he going to a city that LeBron left, where disappointment is destiny, and where first-round quarterbacks (Tim Crouch and Brady Quinn) are hatched with the overall patience of baby chicks in a furnace. But instead of going to the Cleveland Browns with the No. 4 or even the No. 8 picks, he slipped all the way down to 22nd.

In the process, Manziel got to live a bit like one of us, except in real time with a camera focused on his face. (Photo: Frank Franklin II/The Associated Press)

Last year, it was Jarvis Jones (top), this year it’s Anthony Barr (bottom) getting the Subway treatment. Here’s the 2014 NFL draft prospect posing with a life-size food statue of himself made of fresh vegetables, Wednesday, May 7, 2014, in New York. Fellow Subway “Famous Fans” include Robert Griffin III, Justin Tuck, Russell Westbrook, Pele and Michael Phelps. (Photos by Bebeto Matthews/The Associated Press, Diane Bondareff/Invision for SUBWAY/The Associated Press)

The Quarterback Conundrum: For months, the Browns have analyzed college quarterbacks as if they were looking to buy a new house. They’ve inspected each thoroughly, measured them, timed them, interviewed them, checked and double-checked their backgrounds to find out if one can lift them from NFL irrelevance.The Browns are expected to use one of their two first-round picks Thursday night on a quarterback. Will it be Johnny Manziel, the dynamic mystery man in this year’s draft, at No. 4? Or will they wait until No. 26 and grab one of the quarterbacks likely to slide. Or should they wait even longer and select a second-tier QB like Aaron Murray or A.J. McCarron? Will they trade up, move down, punt?Based on a review of more than 60 mock drafts by the National Post, a quarterback could be taken in any of the first eight spots, although the likely scenarios have Cleveland at No. 4 and Minnesota at No. 8 being the ones to pull the trigger.But almost anything can happen, especially if teams decide to start moving up or down from their initial starting spots.The National Post takes a look at the conundrum created by the three high-profile quarterbacks in this year’s draft.

The Quarterback Conundrum: For months, the Browns have analyzed college quarterbacks as if they were looking to buy a new house. They’ve inspected each thoroughly, measured them, timed them, interviewed them, checked and double-checked their backgrounds to find out if one can lift them from NFL irrelevance.

The Browns are expected to use one of their two first-round picks Thursday night on a quarterback. Will it be Johnny Manziel, the dynamic mystery man in this year’s draft, at No. 4? Or will they wait until No. 26 and grab one of the quarterbacks likely to slide. Or should they wait even longer and select a second-tier QB like Aaron Murray or A.J. McCarron? Will they trade up, move down, punt?

Based on a review of more than 60 mock drafts by the National Post, a quarterback could be taken in any of the first eight spots, although the likely scenarios have Cleveland at No. 4 and Minnesota at No. 8 being the ones to pull the trigger.

But almost anything can happen, especially if teams decide to start moving up or down from their initial starting spots.

The National Post takes a look at the conundrum created by the three high-profile quarterbacks in this year’s draft.

Jersey number 12:00?: The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have revealed a redesigned uniform, part of a new look for next season.The team announced Monday that the base uniform colour has a richer looking pewter, juxtaposed with a brighter shade of “Buccaneer Red.” It also has a “Bay Orange” as a new primary trim colour, which reflects the Buccaneers’ early uniforms.Tampa Bay is the first NFL franchise to incorporate a reflective chrome border around the numbers on the front, back and shoulders.The reaction to the Buccaneers’ new look was mixed at best, with many noting that the numbers looked as though they belonged on a digital clock. (Photo: Tampa Bay Buccaneers/The Associated Press)

Jersey number 12:00?: The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have revealed a redesigned uniform, part of a new look for next season.

The team announced Monday that the base uniform colour has a richer looking pewter, juxtaposed with a brighter shade of “Buccaneer Red.” It also has a “Bay Orange” as a new primary trim colour, which reflects the Buccaneers’ early uniforms.

Tampa Bay is the first NFL franchise to incorporate a reflective chrome border around the numbers on the front, back and shoulders.

The reaction to the Buccaneers’ new look was mixed at best, with many noting that the numbers looked as though they belonged on a digital clock. (Photo: Tampa Bay Buccaneers/The Associated Press)