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FAU Sports | Sun Sentinel blogsYes, Alfred Morris has special skills that got him drafted, but Morris also benefited from injuries to other players along the way that allowed him to get noticed. And while other players got hurt, Morris was about as durable......
Only seven days before Robert Griffin III became the first rookie quarterback of the modern era to rush for 100 yards and two touchdowns, a blow to the head made him woozy enough to wonder whether he was RGIII, II or I. "I still refuse to say I had a...
Sitting there listening to Marc Trestman elucidate at his introductory news conference at Halas Hall, the vision appeared. Jay Cutler, career year in 2013. Yes, I saw it. Of that I am certain. OK, so I've seen purple elephants before. Trestman wasn'...
Tags: Jay Cutler, Mike Martz, Sean Payton, Chicago Bears, Phil Emery
Redskins Corner Hall released; Carriker's deal redone Forced to make moves to get below the NFL-mandated salary cap of $123 million, the Washington Redskins released cornerback DeAngelo Hall, restructured defensive end Adam Carriker's deal and...
Laurel Park Dynamic Strike rallies in Miracle Wood Dynamic Strike came from behind to win the $80,000 Miracle Wood Stakes on Saturday at Laurel Park. Ridden by Forrest Boyce and trained by Richard Small, the lightly raced son of Smart Strike stalked...
WASHINGTON — The season is over for the Washington Redskins, but the controversy continued to boil Monday over Coach Mike Shanahan's decision to keep rookie quarterback Robert Griffin III in a playoff game against Seattle despite an obviously...
Is it any surprise that Richard Sherman graduated from Stanford with a degree in communications? Of the survivors in the NFL playoffs, there's no more watchable communicator than Sherman, the trash-talking, playmaking cornerback for the Seattle Seahawks...
The story of the 2012 Indianapolis Colts could go from awesome to awkward in a flash. Chuck Pagano is back as coach after nearly three months of treatments for his leukemia, and there's scarcely a more inspiring sight in sports. His good friend, Bruce...
Tags: Denver Broncos, Andrew Luck, Adrian Peterson, Leukemia, NFC West
— Andy Reid on Sunday emerged from the tunnel at Lincoln Financial Field the same way he always has, with security personnel at his side, a slow, purposeful stride toward the sideline and little fanfare. He departed about three hours later the...
— Never in anyone's wildest imagination could the end of the Andy Reid era as coach of the Philadelphia Eagles have gone down like this. Anyone who says they saw it unfolding this way is lying or insane or both. Probably both. What we're...
On the day after the Texans beat the Bengals last Jan. 7 in the AFC wild-card round for the franchise's first postseason victory, the Web site http://www.FireGaryKubiak.com came down as promised. "We always said if they won a playoff game we'd go away...
The 49ers couldn't lose. The Browns couldn't win. The Vikings were the sleepers. The Jets were the snorers. In the ever-changing NFL, though, that was . . . so last week. Everything was turned on its head Sunday — or knocked on its backside, as...
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