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Attorneys agree to extend Moss restraining order
Lawyers for Randy Moss and the woman who accused him of battery agreed to extend a temporary restraining order she obtained against the New England Patriots wide receiver, his agent said Monday.

Ready to do it for New York
The Giants have seen how local fans treat winners. Steve Serby says they plan to give those fans a Super show in Glendale.

Ryan staying on as Ravens' defensive coordinator
Rex Ryan, the Baltimore Ravens defensive coordinator the past three years, will stay on in the same capacity under new head coach John Harbaugh, the team announced Monday.

Ravens rehire Ryan as D-coordinator
Rex Ryan is back with the Baltimore Ravens, this time with a new title. Ryan, fired as defensive coordinator Dec. 31, was hired Monday as the team's assistant head coach/defensive coordinator. Ryan, 45, was given the position by new coach John Harbaugh, who planned to make a formal announcement at a news conference later Monday. Ryan and the rest of the coaching staff were fired along with coach Brian Billick following a 5-11 season.

For Belichick, it's the disinformation age
Don't expect anything juicy out of the Pats this week. Alex Marvez says Bill Belichick controls the flow of information better than anyone.

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