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The Carolina Panthers have placed two-time All-Pro center Ryan Kalil and his primary backup Gino Gradkowski on injured reserve, further weakening an offensive line that has been decimated by injuries this season.Carolina signed free agent center Ryan Wendell and offensive tackle Dan France from the Cleveland Browns practice squad on Tuesday to fill out the 53-man roster.Kalil had missed three of the past four games with a shoulder injury. Gradkowski recently injured his knee.Tyler Larsen, who filled in at center on Sunday against the Oakland Raiders, is expected to start this week at center when the Panthers visit the Seattle Seahawks.The Panthers previously lost left tackle Michael Oher to a season-ending concussion and backup offensive tackle Daryl Williams injured his leg on Sunday.---For more NFL coverage: http://www.pro32.ap.org and http://www.twitter.com/AP-NFL Nike Air Max Norge . -- An ugly goal by Nick Bonino helped the Anaheim Ducks overcome the defensive-minded Phoenix Coyotes on a night when their ragged power play continued to struggle. Nike Air Max Tilbud . LOUIS -- Lance Lynn was one of the more enthusiastic participants as the St. http://www.nikeairmaxnorge.com/ .Y. -- Injured Buffalo Sabres forward Marcus Foligno did not practice with the team Monday and head coach Ron Rolston said its unlikely hell play in Wednesdays season opener in Detroit. Nike Air Max Nettbutikk . Robinson finished with 17 points, all but two in the second half, and Lawson had 14 after halftime and finished with a game-high 11 assists as the Nuggets handed Dallas its first home loss in eight games this season. J.J. Hickson led Denver with 22, and Kenneth Faried added 10 points and 10 rebounds. Nike Air Max Salg . Those lessons were more than enough to overwhelm the Utah Jazz. Lou Williams scored 25 points and the Hawks continued their offensive upswing as they rolled to an easy 118-85 victory over the Jazz on Friday night, winning their third straight and for the fourth time in five games. INDIANAPOLIS -- Marvin Harrison often stood silently in the corner of the Indianapolis Colts locker room. He didnt need to utter a word.The numbers spoke for themselves, and he was content playing the quiet, productive guy in a league full of trash-talking, flamboyant receivers.Harrisons low-key, old-school approach fit perfectly with Peyton Manning in Indy and led the wiry receiver down a Hall of Fame path that ends with Saturday nights induction ceremony in Canton, Ohio.There have been some very, very good receivers, but Marvin was special, Colts kicker Adam Vinatieri said of his former teammate. He was one of a kind.On the field, he was a defensive coordinators worst nightmare.Harrison could embarrass cornerbacks with uncanny hips that made every route look the same. Opponents feared the move while Colts teammates often tried -- and failed -- to emulate it.The Syracuse product looked as comfortable going over the middle as he was going deep, and he had a penchant for making spectacular plays seem routine.After making an incredible stretching, twisting, one-handed grab at Tennessee in 2007, Harrison immediately jumped up and simply waved his teammates down the field. In 2006, at rival New England, Harrison somehow spun around at full speed, tipping the ball to himself near the side of the end zone, and made an incredible double toe-tap that induced a rare spike from him.But the public displays of greatness paled in comparison to what teammates witnessed behind the scenes.We saw that every day in practice, Vinatieri said. Some guys, in practice, may be a little different than they are in a game. But for Marvin, practice was it. He made the effort on every single play.Harrison was as unusual off the field.Throughout his career, he avoided reporters, and even declined pre-induction to the hall interview requests. Some believe that after Colts owner Jim Irsay introduces Harrison, the acceptance speech could be one of the shortest in Hall of Fame history.When his name surfaced in a police investigation following a 2008 shooting in his hometown of Philadelphia, Harrison kept mostly quiet. Charges were never filed.He occasionally discussed the notion of stitching the balls from his touchdown catches together to construct a chair, and he said he never watched film.Yet nobody doubted Harrisons ability to be ready when he laced up his shoes.You earn your paychecks in practice, you play the games foor free, Harrison used to say.ddddddddddddPerhaps thats why so few could keep up with him.Harrison finished his career with 1,102 receptions, 14,608 yards and 128 touchdowns -- all Colts franchise records. He topped the 100-catch mark four straight times, including 2002 when he caught an NFL record 143 passes, a mark that still stands.He made eight Pro Bowls, was a three-time All-Pro, got a Super Bowl ring after the 2006 season and joined Indys Ring of Honor in 2011. Harrison missed only 18 games in 13 NFL seasons.On Saturday, he will become the first Hall of Famer to spend his entire career in Indianapolis.Hes right where he belongs, former NFL defensive coordinator Rick Venturi said. I always thought he was a big-play guy, and if you made a mistake, he could push that post for six (points) at any time. I worried most about him when they would stretch you out across the board.Manning exposed those matchups, time after time, by getting defenders to bite on play-action fakes. Then the five-time MVP would spin around and usually find his favorite receiver sprinting open downfield.It didnt take Manning long to figure out how well they could play together. Harrison hauled in Mannings first NFL pass and sprinted about 50 yards for a touchdown during the 1998 preseason. Over the next decade, Manning and Harrison developed a bond that allowed them to get on the same page with a wink, nod or glance.Harrison was not re-signed after the 2008 season. By then, Manning and Harrison had become the most prolific duo in league history with 953 completions, 12,766 yards and 112 TDs.He and I just had a good feel for one another. We saw things the same way, Manning said. Marvin could visualize a defense when we were talking on the sideline. He could see it in his head the way I saw it. We didnt have to write things on a board.Inside the locker room, Harrison set an example, too. The young players saw Harrison as someone who worked hard, made plays and carved out a Hall of Fame career without needing a publicity campaign.He never talked much, but he taught you how to be a pro, outside linebacker Robert Mathis said. Every day he went 100 mph, and every day he practiced at the same level, and you just followed his example.---AP NFL website: www.pro32.ap.org and www.twitter.com/AP-NFL ' ' '

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