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Buffalo Bills wide receiver Cheap John Brown Jersey was activated from Injured Reserve on Monday after being placed on I.R. following the team’s Week 10 loss to the Arizona Cardinals with an ankle injury.

However, Brown will not play in the team’s Week 16 matchup against the New England Patriots as he has been placed on the Reserve/COVID-19 list, along with practice squad safety Josh Thomas and practice squad running back Christian Wade.

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It was announced on Sunday that running back T.J. Yeldon had tested positive for COVID-19 and was, subsequently, placed on the Reserve/COVID-19 list. After contract tracing, the team deemed that all three of Brown, Thomas and Wade were close contacts of Yeldon.

Brown will now have to go through COVID-19 protocols before he may be available for the Bills’ Week 17 matchup with the Miami Dolphins at Bills Stadium in Orchard Park.

In eight games this season, Brown has 29 receptions for 386 yards and two touchdowns.

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GLENDALE, AZ – DECEMBER 23: Cheap Darnell Dockett Jersey #90 and Antonio Smith #94 of the Arizona Cardinals celebrate a sack against the Atlanta Falcons during the fourth quarter at University of Phoenix Stadium on December 23, 2007 in Glendale, Arizona. The Cardinals won 30-27 in overtime. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)

Remember when the Arizona Cardinals knocked off Donovan McNabb and the Philadelphia Eagles in the NFC Championship Game to punch their ticket to Super Bowl XLIII?

Of course you do.

What you don’t know, however, is the backstory leading up to the game surrounding two key defensive players, and how things might have gone a bit differently given their predicament.

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With it easily being the biggest game of the year up to that point, former Cardinals defensive tackle Darnell Dockett was out there “living his best life,” he told Master Tesfatsion on “Untold Stories.”

While quarterback Cheap Kurt Warner Jersey was “probably reading his bible, going over plays,” wide receiver Cheap Larry Fitzgerald Jersey was “probably getting his feet done,” and Cheap Edgerrin James Jersey was “probably somewhere betting somebody,” Dockett was off-roading with teammate Cheap Antonio Smith Jersey doing whatever they wanted to do.

“Me and Antonio Smith were like brothers, like the movie ‘Stepbrothers,’ and we did pretty much everything together,” Dockett said. “Tone was like ‘You know, let’s go get four-wheelers,’ so I was like ‘Bet, come on.’ We just go to the shop, they had two limited-edition four-wheelers.”

The reason for the impulse buy? The two were bored and wanted something to do in Arizona.

They got their money’s worth fairly quickly.

“So we get on the four-wheelers, we ride through the neighborhood, we ride through the parks — kids out at the parks — all through the streets,” Dockett said. “We were getting ready to play in the NFC Championship Game. We win, we go to the Super Bowl. We living our best life.”

Then the red-and-blue flashing lights popped up in the rearview.

Playing it smart with a lot riding on the two and in a full-on chase with authorities, they decided to break like they were leaving a huddle, with Dockett going one way and Smith the other.

Winding through streets and taking back roads to avoid the police, Dockett managed to make it back to his house.

Smith not so much.

“I go in the house, I’m panicked,” Dockett said. “I call Antonio trying just to make sure that he didn’t get caught or something. Fifteen minutes later, my phone rings.

“Antonio called me and says ‘Hey Doc! … Hey man, the police got us. You need to come back. I was like ‘Hold on, wait, no, the police got you.’”

To make matters worse, Smith went as far as telling the cops Dockett’s name and affiliation.

Rule No. 1 Smith, don’t snitch.

Dockett, thinking on his feet, played it off like he was never with Smith, hanging up the phone and avoiding the interaction altogether.

Until the phone rings again, with Smith telling Dockett he’s thinking of giving the police the DT’s home address.

“About 10 minutes later, the police call, ‘Hey we need you to come back around here,’” Dockett said of the phone call. “At this point, I’m like I gotta admit to it, because if I don’t, It’s like we lying to them. That might make the situation worse.”

Most likely facing the music, Dockett pulled up back to the park — in his car this time — with seven officers waiting for him.

With a court date already mentioned by Smith on the phone, the likely outcome was not going to be pleasant for either of the defenders.

Then things took an unexpected turn.

“[The officer] said ‘What was y’all thinking? Y’all got the biggest game of the year to Arizona. You know we need y’all to go to the Super Bowl,’” Dockett said of the exchange. “‘What if one of y’all fell off these four-wheelers and we didn’t have you guys?’”

Continuing the conversation, the officer decided to let the two go.

But on one condition.

“‘Just beat the Eagles’ [expletive] for me, OK?’”

The heart that was sitting down at Dockett’s ankles suddenly jumped back into his chest, he said, with the thoughts of missing the biggest game of the season slowly leaving his mind.

“I was like, ‘Man I got you, I got you,’” Dockett said.

The Cardinals went on to beat the Eagles 32-25 at home, with Dockett and Smith combining for three tackles and a forced fumble.

And while the story has a happy ending for all those involved, there was one last twist.

“That officer comes to my house [the Tuesday following the game] and knocks at the door,” Dockett said. “He said, ‘Thank you for keeping your word, congratulations.’

“I said, ‘Man I ain’t riding my four-wheeler. My four-wheeler put up.’ We started laughing about it and still to this day, me and him still have a relationship with being cool.”

Talk about a wild ride two days before a title game.

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Jim Hanifan, the last Cardinals coach to lead a playoff team when the franchise was in St. Louis, died earlier this week at the age of 87.

Hanifan served as the Cardinals’ offensive line coach from 1973-1978, when the team had its outstanding unit led by Cheap Dan Dierdorf Jersey, Bob Young, Tom Banks and Conrad Dobler. After spending a year in San Diego with the Chargers, Hanifan came back to be head coach of the Cards from 1980-1985, with a playoff appearance during the strike season of 1982.

“Jim Hanifan was larger than life,” said former Cardinals fullback and current radio analyst Cheap Ron Wolfley Jersey, who played for Hanifan. “He was Paul Bunyan without the ox. Tall, tough, profane and determined, with a raspy voice and love for players that I will not soon forget. He once told me he ‘loved the F’in F out of me.’ I never responded so I’ll do that now — love you, too, Hanny.”

After leaving the Cards, Hanifan went on to coach the offensive lines of the Falcons, Washington and the Rams, winning a Super Bowl in 1999 in St. Louis.

Hanifan went 39-49-1 in his tenure with the Cardinals.

“Jim Hanifan was a great football coach but an even better man and mentor to many men and women around the game of football,” Cardinals owner Michael Bidwill said in a statement. “On the field, he was known as one of the greatest teachers of offensive line play the game has ever seen. He’ll also be remembered as one of its all-time best story tellers.

“He was a friend to so many and meant so much to our family. Our hearts go out to his family, friends and all of those fortunate enough to cross paths with Jim, a true original who will never be forgotten.”