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He wrote: "As for the game, really major deficits in athleticism and size to overcome.
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Heading into the 2014 NFL Draft on May 8, we'll be profiling some of the top players that project to be a good fit with for the New England Patriots.
7 hrs ago | Salt Lake Tribune
Utah's coach has always been about the next game, the next opponent and the next singular opportunity for his team to better itself in the Pac-12.
The Seattle Seahawks have placed a second-round tender on restricted free-agent receiver Doug Baldwin , hoping to keep one of the key cogs in their offense from the 2013 championship season.
Despite the fanfare in the draft process on where the top quarterbacks will land or who will snag receiver Sammy Watkins, NFL teams know that there's much more to drafting for an offense than just focusing on skill positions.
Wayne Chrebet. The name is legend among NY Jets fans. An entire generation adores the man and his legacy.
Normally, a phrase along these lines would match up accordingly with absurdities such as "the sky isn't blue," "water isn't wet," "beer isn't delicious" and "tacos are overrated."
Earlier this week we featured a report on David Yankey, the impressive guard from Stanford.
Washington's Andrew Andrews stop-turns his way around Idaho State's Ayibakuro Preh, right, on his way to the basket in the second half of an NCAA college basketball game on Saturday, Dec. 14, 2013, in Seattle.
Richard Sherman has kept a consistent presence around the Stanford football program since being drafted in 2011, but Tuesday's visit to spring practice was a little different.
After interviewing Stanford alum and Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman, who Walton called Bob Marley, Walton was asked about Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck, who was in the crowd to watch his Cardinal take on Colorado.
Xavier Talton added nine points and five rebounds to help the Buffaloes break a two-game losing skid and hand the Cardinal another setback.
Colorado's Josh Scott drives to the basket against three Stanford defenders on Wednesday in Stanford, Calif.
Chasson Randle, who scored 24 points in Stanford's 59-56 loss to Colorado on Wednesday night, discusses late game strategy with Cardinal coach JOhnny Dawkins.
Stanford's Dwight Powell tries to dribble around the defense of Arizona's Rondae Hollis-Jefferson during the first half of an NCAA college basketball game Sunday in Tucson, Ariz.
Colorado Buffaloes at Stanford Cardinal Maples Pavilion - Stanford, California Wednesday, March 5, 2014, 9:00 pm Eastern, TV: ESPN2 Opening Line: Stanford -8 Current Line: Stanford -8 1/2 Opening Total: 143 Current Total: 142 1/2 Opening Money Line: Stanford -375 / Colorado +305 Current Money Line: Stanford -440 / Colorado +350 The 18-10 Stanford ... (more)