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  • Mocking the Ravens: all eight of their draft picks

    Mocking the Ravens: all eight of their draft picks
    I love mocking, which is why I have produced five first-round mock drafts in the past two months (and it’s why I have greeted your criticism of said mock drafts with an aw-shucks shrug of the shoulders). In my latest first-round mock, which was...
  • Phelps photo no joke, some say

    Phelps photo no joke, some say
    Ten years ago, a photo that showed an athlete like Michael Phelps apparently getting high at a party probably would have resulted in considerable fallout. That might still happen to the athlete who has won the most gold medals in Olympic history, who has...
  • Reviewing '07, with regret

    Reviewing '07, with regret
    Rangers score 30Perhaps the Orioles should not have gotten out of bed Aug. 22. The day bloomed promisingly enough with the announcement of Dave Trembley's permanent hiring as manager and the struggling Texas Rangers in town for a doubleheader. The...
  • Music video: Somber take on Brady injury

     
    A lot will be written about the season-ending injury to New England Patriots' quarterback Tom Brady and the impact it will have on the 2008 season but here's an interesting artistic take on the Brady injury. It features the spoken......
  • Ravens trudge into playoffs

    The Ravens marched into the playoffs as much on memory as they did on might. Dusting off a dominant yet familiar formula, the defending Super Bowl champions clinched the league's final playoff spot by hammering the reeling Minnesota Vikings, 19-3, last...
  • Game 14: Kick-started Ravens run off fumble road

    The only thing left for the Ravens is jockeying for a draft pick in the top 10.Before their embarrassing 38-28 loss to the Minnesota Vikings yesterday, either someone forgot to tell the Ravens they were playing the NFC's best team, or maybe they just...
  • Brian Urlacher quits Fox Sports

    Brian Urlacher is quitting his role as an NFL analyst for Fox Sports 1. The former Bears linebacker informed the network that he is resigning his position so he could spend more time with his family. This season, Urlacher worked on Fox Sports 1’...
  • Patriots Must Respond After Reality Check In Opener

    Patriots Must Respond After Reality Check In Opener
    The New England Patriots were greeted in the season opener by a rude reality check. Quarterback Tom Brady was sacked four times, hit six times and hurried into poor throws. Such treatment has not often been the reality for Brady and the Patriots. The...
  • Pats must respond to rude reality check in opener

    The Sports Xchange NFL Team Report - New England Patriots - INSIDE SLANT The New England Patriots' were greeted in the season opener by a rude reality check. Quarterback Tom Brady was sacked four times, hit six times and hurried into poor throws. Such...
  • Vikings' two-year stint outdoors recalls team's glory days

    Bud Grant tells this story often when talk turns to the Vikings playing at the old Met Stadium late in the season. When the players' breath hung frozen in the air and the fans' cheers were muffled by, well, mufflers. Fullback Bill Brown used to go...
  • Vikings wary of 0-1 Patriots as well they should be

    The Sports Xchange NFL Team Report - Minnesota Vikings - INSIDE SLANT The Minnesota Vikings are 1-0, lead the league in scoring defense and are the only team not to allow a touchdown. The Patriots are 0-1 and alone in last place in the AFC East for...
  • CB Byron Jones Knows He Must Step Up Against Boise State

    CB Byron Jones Knows He Must Step Up Against Boise State
    STORRS — Byron Jones, UConn's senior cornerback, hasn't been on top of his game. Not even close. The 6-foot-1, 196-pound captain who coach Bob Diaco said would be among the best cornerbacks in the country, has been beaten to balls in front of him....