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Kelly-Reed mark erased

Peyton Manning and Marvin Harrison of the Colts broke the record for most yards passing between a quarterback and receiver. The duo entered the game needing 24 yards to pass Buffalo's Jim Kelly and Andre Reed.

The mark was erased when Manning hooked up with Harrison on a 16-yard pass with 13:58 left in the game against Cleveland. That gave them 9,560 yards. Kelly and Reed had 9,538.

Manning, the two-time MVP, and Harrison, a six-time Pro Bowl selection, have connected on an NFL-record 716 completions.

Henry suspended?

Tennessee Titans running back Travis Henry will be suspended for four games for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy, according to a broadcast report Sunday.

CBS said on its pregame show that Henry would be disciplined. A Titans spokesman said he was unaware of the situation. Phone messages left with Hadley Engelhard, Henry's agent, were not returned.

After Sunday's 31-27 loss to the Rams, Henry had little to say.

"It's a league issue," Henry said. "No comment."

The Titans acquired Henry from the Buffalo Bills for a third-round draft pick in July.

Injuries

Jets QBs Chad Pennington and Jay Fiedler injured their shoulders against Jacksonville and will undergo MRI exams. Jets offensive tackle Jason Fabini also left the game in the fourth quarter with an injured right knee and will have an MRI.

Arizona lost QB Kurt Warner to a groin injury and lost NT Russell Davis (biceps), LB Eric Johnson (left hamstring) and CBs David Macklin (left hamstring) and Antrel Rolle (left knee) to injuries in a 37-12 loss at Seattle.

Patriots S Rodney Harrison was taken off the field on a stretcher after a left leg injury at Pittsburgh.

Streaks and stats

Ben Roethlisberger's regular-season unbeaten string as a starting quarterback ended when the Steelers lost, 23-20, to the Patriots. As a pro, Roethlisberger has lost only to New England.

The Colts won their seventh straight home game, their longest streak since moving to Indianapolis in 1984.

Ryan Longwell missed an extra point for the first time in 157 attempts, and it was the difference in a 17-16 loss to Tampa Bay. His 156 straight conversions were a team record and the fourth-longest active streak in the NFL.

The Eagles are undefeated at home (9-0) with Terrell Owens in the lineup.

Packers TE Bubba Franks (knee) was inactive and missed the first game of his six-year career, snapping a streak of 88 straight games played.

Compiled from News and wire service reports.

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