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  • Man accused of prank-calling NBA, NFL coaches pleads not guilty

    Man accused of prank-calling NBA, NFL coaches pleads not guilty
    A man accused of making prank calls to several well-known sports coaches and then illegally recording them pleaded not guilty Monday to one felony count of eavesdropping. Prosecutors have said that Kenneth Edward Tarr, 32, posed as a recruiter for...
  • Vikings hire Mike Zimmer as new head coach, reports say

    Cincinnati Bengals defensive coordinator Mike Zimmer has been chosen as the new head coach of the Minnesota Vikings, multiple media outlets are reporting. The first-time NFL head coach will replace Leslie Frazier, who led the Vikings to a 5-10-1...
  • Bears are bad, but Lions remain worse

    Bears are bad, but Lions remain worse
    The Choice (and remember, death is not an option): The Bears' retaining defensive coordinator Mel Tucker or the Lions’ embarrassment trying to hire a head coach? The chokefest that marked the way these NFC North rivals closed the regular season...
  • NFL Power Rankings: How the league stacks up

    NFL Power Rankings: How the league stacks up
    I'm on record predicting Super Bowl XLVIII will be nicknamed the Manning Bowl because Archie Manning's two sons will battle for NFL supremacy. Peyton Manning's seven touchdown performance in the NFL opener against the Super Bowl champion Baltimore...
  • Three Things on NFL officials and Miami Dolphins LB Karlos Dansby

    Three Things to consider on Victory Over Incompetence Thursday: Thing 1: Welcome back, real NFL officials. Still can't believe it took until Week 4 to hammer out a new deal, but it's great to have legitimacy return to our NFL playing fields again. And,...
  • Bills hope not to get buffaloed by Matt Leinart signing

    With the play clock on the NFL exhibition season winding toward zero, the Buffalo Bills picked up the phone over the weekend and added quarterback Matt Leinart to their roster, reviving his once-promising football career. Leinart and the Bills have...
  • Bradley's departure means Eagles are still in search mode

     
    Owner Jeffrey Lurie promised his Philadelphia Eagles would leave no stone unturned in their quest for their next head coach. By now, it's become clear that he wasn't bluffing. That perceived latest frontrunner Gus Bradley was allowed to leave...
  • Housler pick doesn't go over well the Arizona fans...

     
    OK, it wasn???t just me wondering how Rob Housler got picked in the third round. Don???t get me wrong, great for him, great for FAU. But it does put Housler in a bad spot, since the fans are not......
  • Beanie Wells: Injury not as severe as Cardinals feared

     
    Beanie Wells won't require surgery after the right knee injury that initially had the Arizona Cardinals pretty worried, Coach Ken Whisenhunt said Monday. But the coach set no timetable for the return of Beanie Wells....
  • Sports Legend Revealed: Was Jack Lambert ejected from a game for hitting a quarterback too hard?

     
    FOOTBALL LEGEND: Jack Lambert was ejected from a game for “hitting a quarterback too hard." STATUS: I'm Going With False, But There’s Some Truth to It. This week and last, I will be featuring a legend involving one of the......
  • Teel Time: Ideal NFL draft destinations for Tech's Williams, U.Va.'s Dowling

    Virginia Tech tailback Ryan Williams and Virginia cornerback Ras-I Dowling couldn’t have asked for much better draft destinations Friday. Dowling went to perennial contender New England with the first pick of the second round. Williams headed to...
  • Sept. 9, 2007: Mike Tomlin set to tackle his biggest test

    A chance. That's all Mike Tomlin ever wanted. It didn't matter whether he was a 103-pound budding junior varsity defensive back, a 5-year-old playing cards with his mom and older brother, a seventh-grader taking a crack at high school trigonometry or a...