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Taggart hopes his current recruiting class can help turn the Bulls into a winning program. AP Sports Writer Published: Wednesday, February 5, 2014 at 7:31 p.m...Quarterback Quinton Flowers is the centerpiece of a recruiting class that coach Willie
Most draft analysts liked Tom Telesco's first Chargers draft...Mel Kiper Jr. assigns an A-minus, up from the B+ he gave last April. "Don't say I didn't tell you about my offensive rookie of the year pick," Kiper writes. "My grades noted: 'Keenan
Monday, October 28, 2013 at 8:35 p.m...Tampa Bay's struggling offense suffered another setback Monday: Receiver Mike Williams needs surgery to repair a hamstring injury and will miss the remainder of the season. Williams was placed on injured reserve
Harry Douglas made the most of his long-awaited opportunity to be more than a complement to star receivers Julio Jones and Roddy White in Atlanta's offense. Douglas had seven receptions for a career-best 149 yards, including a 37-yard touchdown catch,
Keenan Allen ran down the sideline and, as he turned inward upon entering the powder blue grass of the end zone, crossed in front of Indianapolis Colts cornerback Vontae Davis. At the same time, Colts safety Delano Howell, who was helping cover Allen,
You don't have Ray Donovan to clean up your mess, so you don't care how much blood is spilled -- even if some is yours. Greg Schiano is firing away indiscriminately, perhaps oblivious to his target or meticulously engaged. On his radio show Monday
Monday, September 9, 2013 at 6:22 p.m...Heading into the Tampa Bay Bucs' season opener at New York, Jets coach Rex Ryan said his team's top priority was stopping Tampa Bay running back Doug Martin...The Bucs expect to see teams copy the Jets'
Darrelle Revis was 38 seconds away from a triumphant homecoming, 38 seconds away from a giant I-told-you-so to Woody Johnson, John Idzik and everyone else who didn't want him around here anymore before it all evaporated in one play. Buccaneers
No doubt, Geno Smith shared the spotlight with Nick the kicker, too. Yet the impetus for the Jets' improbable win Sunday was provided by two defensive players. Obviously Lavonte David, who pulled a rock on the late hit, is one. The other, the Jets'
The Chargers will pay Robert Meachem millions this season to play somewhere else. They notified the wide receiver Saturday afternoon they've "let him go," a source said, ending a high-priced union that proved a poor fit for both sides. The cut comes