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Are the Seahawks the smartest team in the NFL? According to Kerry Byrne of Cold Hard Football Facts , they are.
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For whatever reason, every sophomore on this list has yet to really establish himself as a big-time player in the NFL .
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The 2013 season will be the final year of the BCS era. And there was much rejoicing! So, what have been the Pac-12 highs and lows of this often confounding system? Thanks for asking! Best 1. USC drubs Oklahoma for the 2004 national title: The 55-19 victory over unbeaten Oklahoma was the most dominant display of the BCS era.
Power back Devante Downs visited both Cal and Stanford this weekend, and he told The Bootleg that he enjoyed one visit a bit more than the other.
Maysonet, who was signed as an undrafted free agent out of Stony Brook, will be released presumably by Monday once the Eagles sign a replacement.
This weekend in Los Angeles, Eagles rookies Zach Ertz and Matt Barkley are getting a taste of the NFL's big business as they take part in the NFL Players Association Rookie Premiere.
Of all the starters left over from the Andy Reid regime, Brent Celek might have reason to fret the most in Chip Kelly's first offseason of player acquisition.
The "follicly challenged" veteran had to make his own pit stop for a bottle of sunscreen on a sunny day at the track.
PHOENIX, Arizona, May 14. ON yesterday's show we neglected to mention the amazing final of the women's NCAA Division I water polo tournament featuring the defending champions from Stanford University, and the University of Southern California.
Three former Cardinal players were drafted this year, and many more signed free agent contracts - so which players fit the best with their new teams? With the 2013 NFL draft already collecting dust and former Stanford players breaking in their new team colors, it's a good time to dig through the rosters and figure out just how well these ... (more)
I had the opportunity to watch the Cards Rookie Camp over the weekend. The Cards are transitioning from one system to another and my first glimpse of Bruce Arians' offense filled me with cautious optimism.
When Bruce Arians came to town in January I talked about how the Arizona Cardinals offense was going to change, and wondered if Arians vertical attack was the right fit for the Cardinals personnel.
De'Anthony Thomas has made a name for himself over the past two seasons as one of the nation's most exciting players at running back, slot receiver and kick returner for the Oregon Ducks.