After Marcus Peters was caught on camera shouting profanities at a fan during Monday night’s game, Chiefs coach Andy Reid said he has spoken with his cornerback and “it’s been addressed.”

After Redskins receiver Terrelle Pryor called out Rams safety Cody Davis on Twitter last week for what he believed was a low hit during their Sept. 17 meeting, Davis sent Pryor a direct message but never heard back.

Redskins wide receiver Terrelle Pryor clearly was bothered by a hit from safety Cody Davis during Sunday’s win over the Rams.

“Jacquies looked sharp at times,” Koetter said. “He had a real nice spin move, but at the same time — and this is just my opinion — like we said yesterday, he needs a little more contact work. You can’t expect this guy to be ready to go at his former self without having full-speed football. I mean he just hasn’t.

“It’s been a long road back for Jacquies. When he was at his best, he was a pretty darn good pass-rusher.”

Defensive coordinator Mike Smith said this week that he felt Smith “has had a tough go” and “has fought his tail off to get back.”

He recorded 13.5 sacks during that span, second only to Gerald McCoy and the most of any Bucs’ edge rusher at that time.

Now Goodell was calling Smith, and the overarching question was whether the league and the union, two entities that never miss a chance to argue, would unify against an unprecedented attack by the president — or split, again.
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