The Latest: Colts' Vinatieri sets career FG mark
The Latest on Week 4 in the NFL (all times EDT):
Indianapolis Colts kicker Adam Vinatieri made a 42-yard field goal with 2 seconds left in the first half to break the NFL's career record.
The 23-year veteran has 566 field goals — one more than Hall of Famer Morten Andersen. And he achieved the feat on his home turf, just a short drive from where Andersen played high school football.
After the kick, Vinatieri celebrated briefly with holder Rigoberto Sanchez, long snapper Luke Rhodes and the rest of the kicking unit. But that was the extent of the celebration for the 45-year-old Vinatieri, who is the league's oldest active player.
He has moved within 31 points of breaking Andersen's career scoring record of 2,544 points.
Chicago Bears defensive tackle Akiem Hicks has been ejected from the game against Tampa Bay for pushing an official.
Hicks was scuffling with a Buccaneers player when he shoved the official. The incident occurred on the other side of the field after Eddie Jackson intercepted a pass by Ryan Fitzpatrick late in the first half.
Also, Bears linebacker Sam Acho left the game with a pectoral injury. Acho was injured in the first half.
Aaron Rodgers has thrown his first interception of the year. It came on a pass over the middle that was deflected by linebacker Tremaine Edmunds that ended up being high and slightly behind tight end Jimmy Graham.
Rodgers is 7 of 11 for 98 yards with a score. Safety Jordan Poyer picked the ball out of the air for the interception. The Bills though were unable to take advantage on the rare turnover by Rodgers and were forced to punt. It was Buffalo's fourth three-and-out in five drives. Green Bay leads 13-0 midway through the second quarter.
An unnamed stadium security guard was taken off the field on a stretcher late in the first quarter during the Texans-Colts game.
Team officials said he was taken to a hospital with non-life threatening injuries. Colts spokesman Matt Conti said no other updates will be given because of privacy rules.
The security guard was injured when a player ran into him on a punt. It came just about the same time Colts receiver T.Y. Hilton received a rousing ovation after returning to the sideline with what the Colts described as a chest injury.
Green Bay Packers tight end Jimmy Graham has his first official Lambeau Leap.
Graham caught a 3-yard touchdown pass from Aaron Rodgers with 5:15 left in the first quarter, though the Mason Crosby missed the extra point to keep the score at 6-0.
Graham had a touchdown catch wiped out a couple of weeks ago by a penalty. He joined the Packers in the offseason as a free agent.
Rodgers is moving a little better in his third game since injuring his left knee. He is 5 of 7 for 72 yards.
For the Bills, safety Micah Hyde is questionable to return with a groin injury. Hyde is returning to Lambeau Field for the first time since leaving the Packers as a free agent after the 2016 season.
Patriots' Tom Brady has thrown his third interception of the season. This one was a deep, third down pass over the middle that was picked off by Dolphins cornerback Bobby McCain at the 1:36 mark of the first quarter.
Brady didn't throw his third interception last season until Week 11 against Miami.
The Patriots lead 3-0 at the end of the first quarter.
— Kyle Hightower, reporting from Foxborough, Mass.
Titans linebacker Wesley Woodyard has hurt a shoulder in the first quarter against Philadelphia and is questionable to return.
Woodyard is the Titans' leading tackler this season. The 11-year veteran was hurt tackling Eagles tight end Zach Ertz at the end of a 17-yard reception on Philadelphia's opening series of the game.
Woodyard walked to the sideline on his own and was evaluated inside the tent behind the bench.
Jayon Brown replaced Woodyard and pressured Carson Wentz into an incompletion on third down, forcing a punt.
— Teresa M. Walker reporting from Nashville, Tennessee
Indianapolis Colts receiver T.Y. Hilton walked straight to the locker room after landing hard on his shoulder following a 40-yard catch-and-run against Houston.
It was unclear what Hilton's injury was and there was no immediate announcement.
The four-time Pro Bowler's big play set up Indy's first score, a 4-yard TD pass from Luck to Zach Pascal. Luck extended his streak of consecutive games with a TD pass to 27, tying Peyton Manning for the second-longest total in franchise history.
Dolphins running back Frank Gore has become the eighth running back in NFL history to appear in 200 NFL games.
Gore took the field in the first quarter of Miami's matchup with the Patriots.
With 14,124 rushing yards, Gore entered the game ranked fourth on the NFL's all-time rushing list behind only Emmitt Smith (18,335), Walter Payton (16,726) and Barry Sanders (15,269).
— Kyle Hightower, reporting from Foxborough, Mass.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are sticking with Ryan Fitzpatrick as their starting quarterback over Jameis Winston.
Fitzpatrick started against the Chicago Bears on Sunday after Winston rejoined the team following a three-game suspension for violating the NFL's personal conduct policy.
Fitzpatrick has thrown for a league-leading 1,230 yards and 11 TDs. He is the first player in NFL history to top 400 yards passing in three consecutive games.
The discipline against Winston stemmed from the league's investigation of an accusation that the 2013 Heisman Trophy winner groped a female Uber driver during a ride in Arizona in March 2016.
Defensive tackle Vita Vea, the No. 12 overall draft pick this year, is active for the first time after being sidelined by a calf injury.
Dolphins receivers Kenny Stills and Albert Wilson both kneeled during the national anthem before their team's game against the Patriots and defensive end Robert Quinn raised his right fist.
All three have staged similar demonstrations during the anthem before their team's other games this season.
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