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Bengals' Palmer Sits With Back Spasms

Associated Press
Friday, November 26, 2004; Page D09

Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Carson Palmer left practice yesterday with back spasms but is expected to play Sunday against Cleveland.

Palmer, the top pick in last year's draft, has taken every snap in his first season running the offense. He developed back spasms yesterday during the first half of a practice that was closed to the media.

_____  Week 12 Schedule _____
Sunday
Pittsburgh 16, Washington 7
New England 24, Baltimore 3
Philadelphia 27, N.Y. Giants 6
Minnesota 27, Jacksonville 16
San Diego 34, Kansas City 31
Houston 31, Tennessee 21
Cincinnati 58, Cleveland 48
Carolina 21, Tampa Bay 14
Atlanta 24, New Orleans 21
Buffalo 38, Seattle 9
Miami 24, San Francisco 17
N.Y. Jets 13, Arizona 3
Oakland 25, Denver 24

Monday
Green Bay 45, St. Louis 17

Thursday
Indianapolis 41, Detroit 9
Dallas 21, Chicago 7


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Palmer was listed as probable for Sunday's game against the Browns.

Security, Check

The NFL sent a memo to all of its teams reminding them about the league's commitment to security following last week's brawl at an NBA game. The NFL said no new security measures were needed.

"The league wants to make sure we're being consistent and diligent in respect to our standard security procedures," Detroit Lions spokesman Bill Keenist said yesterday before the team hosted the Indianapolis Colts.

Various authorities are involved in security at Lions games, including FBI agents, Ford Field spokeswoman Risa Balayem said.

Dolphins Sign Garrett

Twelve-year NFL veteran Jason Garrett signed with the Dolphins Wednesday for the remainder of the season, one day after backup quarterback Jay Fiedler was placed on injured reserve with a herniated disk in his neck. Garrett will be the No. 3 quarterback behind starter A.J. Feeley and backup Sage Rosenfels for Miami (1-9).


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