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We once again debate what makes a catch in the NFL. Sad news for Leah Still and family. Adam Jones taking a big hit in the wallet.

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Devon Still delivers update on Leah, expresses sadness and faith - Story
Leah Still’s battle with cancer continues. That was part of the emotional message her father, Cincinnati Bengals defensive tackle Devon Still delivered Sunday to followers on his Instagram account.

Some Lions take solace in call going against the Cowboys | ProFootballTalk
A week after the officiating was the story when the Lions lost to the Cowboys, many Lions players were watching from home as the referee overturned what was initially ruled as a Dez Bryant catch and gave the ball to the Packers.

Steratore failed to re-set the clock | ProFootballTalk
It appears that referee Gene Steratore reached the right decision when taking away Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant's 31-yard catch on fourth and two.  It also appears that he incorrectly administered the reversal process.

Dez Bryant's Overturned Catch Ruined Our Fun
Cowboys-Packers provided what we want in playoff football. We got to watch two talented (though injured) quarterbacks mess around in a high-energy atmosphere. Then, a review had to screw up our perfect experience.

What Do The Broncos Do Now?
Peyton Manning did not look right today. Maybe it was his vague thigh injury, surgically repaired neck, or some other ailment, but his throws were inaccurate and rough. Manning barely completed half of his passes, finishing 26 of 46 with one touchdown and 211 passing yards. The Colts go to the AFC championship game with their 24-13 win, and the Broncos figure out what's next.

Cincinnati Bengals DB Adam 'Pacman' Jones ordered to pay over $12 million to 2007 shooting victims - NFL - SI.com
Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Adam Jones has been ordered by a Nevada court to pay over $12 million in damages to the victims of a 2007 shooting at a Las Vegas strip club, according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal. The shooting broke out after Jones began showering dancers with cash. The dancers fought over the money, sparking a brawl inside the club. The shooter was identified as Arvin Edwards, who pleaded guilty to one count of attempted murder with use of a deadly weapon. Jones said he had never met Edwards, but Jones was found responsible for having started the brawl.