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Michael Johnson (football, safety)

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  • Newport News man found guilty in Hardee's killing

    Newport News man found guilty in Hardee's killing
    NEWPORT NEWS — After deliberating for an hour and a half, a 12-member federal jury on Wednesday found a Newport News man guilty of seven of eight charges in the 2007 slaying of longtime Hardee's employee Dianne Green. The jury in U.S. District...
  • Fourth-quarter burst lifts Hampton past N.C. Central 27-13

    DURHAM, N.C. – Hampton scored three touchdowns in the fourth quarter and rallied beat North Carolina Central for the second straight year. The Pirates prevailed 27-13 thanks to a19-yard touchdown reception by Javaris Brown and interception returns...
  • VSA: Connecting People With Disabilities To Art

    VSA: Connecting People With Disabilities To Art
    VSA of Grand Rapids is local branch of a non-profit group connecting those with disabilities to the power of art.  The groups says children with disabilites in Kent County have a 60% higher chance of dropping out of school, and they’re at a higher...
  • Seahawks make roster moves, sign rookie RB and second-year LB

    Seahawks make roster moves, sign rookie RB and second-year LB
    The Seattle Seahawks have made adjustments to the 90-man roster, signing rookie free agent running back Vai Taua and second-year linebacker Michael Johnson, the team announced this afternoon.   Taua, out of the University of Nevada, joins the Seahawks...
  • Ask Mark Gonzales

    The Tribune's White Sox beat writer answers reader questions throughout the season. This week, shuffling the rotation and/or the lineup, a "White Flag" redux and who in the farm system is worth a shot. OK, this may be extreme, but we gotta save this year...
  • 2 Killed, 1 Wounded in Calumet City Bar Fight

    (WGN-AM)- Two people were shot to death and one wounded early Wednesday morning in a bar fight that escalated in south suburban Calumet City, police said. The shootings happened in a parking lot outside Laristos II Sports Bar and Grill, 403 Torrence Ave....
  • 10 Olympic sites: Revisit past glories

    Not everyone can have the raw strength of wrestler Rulon Gardner or the flexibility of gymnast Nadia Comaneci. Oh, and forget about having the blinding foot speed of sprinter Michael Johnson. But with the Games of the XXIX Olympiad in Beijing to inspire...
  • Field is a running back's canvas

    More than a decade later, Bill Dee recalls the play, opponent and circumstance. Twenty-two iso. Denbigh. Serious second-half deficit. But most vividly, Dee remembers the tailback who fueled Phoebus' furious comeback on that September afternoon in...
  • In Tyrod, Tech trusts

    As Tyrod Taylor dropped back in the waning moments of the second quarter Saturday, he was faced with the kind of decision a quarterback with many more than six collegiate starts is expected to make without even thinking. If Taylor scored on a 2-yard...
  • Comeback Cavs in first

    Virginia rallied for the latest win in its comeback of a season, and now the Cavaliers find themselves in a most improbable spot. First place. Cedric Peerman rushed for 118 bruising yards Saturday, including the winning touchdown with 3 1/2 minutes...
  • U.Va. linemen come up big in battle of NFL prospects

    Virginia left tackle Eugene Monroe said he's rarely had so much fun in a football game, and not just because the Cavaliers upset Georgia Tech 24-17 on Saturday. The enjoyment for Monroe was competing against Yellow Jackets defensive ends Michael...
  • The big game is in Olympics merchandising

    The big game is in Olympics merchandising
    THE POP culture petri dish of the Olympic Games has made must-haves out of David Hockney posters (Munich, 1972), plush baby snow owls (Nagano, 1998), blue berets (Salt Lake City, 2002), even wedge haircuts (Innsbruck, 1976). And with the 2008 Summer Games...