New York Governor Andrew Cuomo says it would be "impractical" for the Bills vs. Jets game to be played Sunday as currently planned. A driving ban is still in place for several towns around the Bills' Orchard Park facility following the record snowfall. If the Week 12 game between the Jets and Bills can't be played at Ralph Wilson Stadium, the alternative venues being considered are Detroit, Toronto, and New Jersey. A decision is expected to be made by Friday afternoon.

The NFLPA has appealed Adrian Peterson's NFL suspension. In a letter to player reps and its executive committee the union calls the punishment "unprecedented, arbitrary and unlawful" and demands that an independent, neutral arbitrator hear the case.

According to Marshawn Lynch's agent, the Seahawks running back will appeal the $100,000 fine for failing to comply with the NFL's media policy.

Updated: The Patriots announced they've signed RB LeGarrette Blount to a two-year contract. The deal is reportedly worth the veteran minimum plus incentives.

Oklahoma City Thunder star Kevin Durant has signed an endorsement deal with fast-food drive-in chain Sonic to be its first athlete ambassador.

The Spurs edged the Cavaliers 92-90. Cleveland star LeBron James had just 15 points as the team fell to 5-5. Tim Duncan and Boris Diaw each had 19 points in the win.

The Bucks beat the Nets 122-118 in triple overtime. Former Nets head coach Jason Kidd, now coaching Milwaukee, wins in his first game back in Brooklyn.

The Lakers beat the Rockets 98-92 in Houston. Kobe Bryant led LA with 29 points. Rockets star Dwight Howard was a later scratch, reportedly with a sore knee.

Four Top 25 college basketball teams were in action with one ranked team losing. #18 Oklahoma fell at Creighton 65-63.

ESPN: LeGarrette Blount, who was released earlier this week by the Pittsburgh Steelers, is set to sign a two-year deal to return to the New England Patriots. 

Despite the Bills being unable to practice due to record snow fall in Buffalo Sunday's game at Ralph Wilson Stadium vs. the Jets is still on a scheduled for now. 

The 2015 Class for the Pro Football Hall of Fame is down to 26 semifinalists including Kurt Warner, Jerome Bettis, Tim Brown, Terrell Davis, Jimmy Johnson and Junior Seau. 

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