Rodgers leads Packers vs. Donald, Rams

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(AP) -- No NFL team scored more points during the regular season than the Green Bay Packers. Nobody has played better defense than the Los Angeles Rams.

That sets up an intriguing showdown of strength vs. strength when MVP favorite Aaron Rodgers and the Packers (13-3) host All-Pro defensive tackle Aaron Donald and the Rams (11-6) in an NFC divisional playoff game Saturday.

"This is what you love," Rams coach Sean McVay said. "These are the type of matchups and opportunities that as a competitor, you can't wait for."

Allen, Jackson face off in Ravens-Bills

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) Ravens coach John Harbaugh was immediately impressed by Buffalo quarterback Josh Allen's competitive fire following their first face-to-face encounter in an NFL setting.

It happened in the 2018 season opener, when the then-raw rookie Bills quarterback was shoved into the Ravens' sideline. Allen hopped up and exchanged words with players and Harbaugh before officials stepped in to separate everyone. (MORE)

Von Miller under investigation by police

DENVER (AP) Broncos linebacker Von Miller is under investigation by police in a Denver suburb.

Parker Police Department spokesman Josh Hans confirmed the investigation Friday, but couldn't provide additional details. Hans wrote in an email that, "if the investigation determines a crime has occurred, charges will be submitted to the DA's Office for their review." (MORE)

Towns says he tested positive for COVID

Another three NBA games were postponed Friday, including one in Minnesota only a couple hours before game time, as the league's struggle with increasing coronavirus numbers continued

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Falcons pick Titans OC Smith as coach

ATLANTA (AP) The Atlanta Falcons have chosen offense and youth as the calling cards of their new coach.

Atlanta agreed to terms with Tennessee Titans offensive coordinator Arthur Smith on Friday to become the team's head coach. (MORE)

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