The Green Bay Packers, Philadelphia Eagles and San Diego Chargers rounded out the National Football League’s 12-team playoff field by pulling out wins in the closing minutes on the final day of the regular season.
Dallas quarterback Tony Romo had back surgery and will miss the rest of the National Football League season, including the Cowboys’ showdown tomorrow night with the Philadelphia Eagles for a playoff spot.
The Green Bay Packers’ chances of making the National Football League playoffs improved by 32 percent with quarterback Aaron Rodgers cleared by doctors to return after recovering from a broken collarbone.
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo’s fitness will be evaluated in the days leading up to the regular-season finale against the Philadelphia Eagles, coach Jason Garrett said today in a news conference.
Kyle Orton, the National Football League player, sued a Chicago law firm alleging he and other investors suffered millions of dollars of losses from partnerships that failed to provide anticipated tax benefits.
Six former HSH Nordbank AG executives were charged with breach of trust and accounting crimes over their role in collateralized-debt obligations that led to writedowns of 500 million euros ($647 million) in 2008.