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Seattle's Graham out for season

SEATTLE — Seahawks TE Jimmy Graham is out for the season after injuring his right patellar tendon in the fourth quarter of Sunday's win over Pittsburgh.

Coach Pete Carroll said Graham, the former college standout at Miami, needs surgery on his knee.

Graham was hurt with 13:36 left in the fourth quarter after trying to grab a deep pass in the end zone from Russell Wilson.

Taunting talk: Dolphins WR Rishard Matthews injured his ribs on a hit from Jets S Calvin Pryor, who celebrated the play several yards away. "That's kind of a classless move to celebrate when a guy's injured," said Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill, who added the hit was clean. Pryor responded on Twitter: "Throw a better ball next time @ryantannehill1. Teammate would've never got injured!!! … I would never celebrate someone getting injured during the game. C'mon now." Three other Dolphins left: C Mike Pouncey (right foot) and DTs Earl Mitchell (calf) and C.J. Mosley (calf).

Bills: RB Karlos Williams hurt his shoulder and DL Alex Carrington was carted off with a right knee injury.

Chargers: Philip Rivers became the 17th quarterback with 40,000 career passing yards. Rivers now has 40,166.

Chiefs: All-Pro LB Justin Houston was tripped by a teammate in the first half, injuring a knee injury.

Giants: G Geoff Schwartz fractured his lower left leg.

Jaguars: WR Allen Hurns left with 3:44 remaining and was diagnosed with a concussion.

Jets: They set a team record for fewest rushing yards allowed. Miami gained 12 yards on nine rushes.

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NFL news and notes 11/29/15 [Last modified: Sunday, November 29, 2015 9:45pm]
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