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  • Ain’t no drag, Tiger’s got a brand new bag (deal)

     
    For the first time since Tiger Woods’ career was turned upside down by scandal, his golf bag is about to display a logo other than his own. Nutrition drink maker Fuse Science will occupy that spot starting next month, signing on as one of Woods&#...
  • Derrick Brooks says Bucs right to keep Ronde Barber| Video

     
    Photo/Steve Nesius, File) We caught up with NFL analyst Derrick Brooks at ESPN Wide World of Sports for a brief interview and asked him about his thoughts on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' decision to keep veteran cornerback Ronde Barber...
  • Tiki Barber retirement: Tiki Barber broke or missing football?

     
    Now, Tiki Barber filed paperwork with the NFL to end his retirement and play in 2011. Barber, who played his last NFL game in the 2007 Pro Bowl game, is still property of the New York Giants....
  • Colts quarterback Peyton Manning told by doctors not to practice

     
    The Indianapolis Colts said Monday that doctors have told quarterback Peyton Manning, who is recovering from off-season neck surgery, not to practice this week. Manning's status against the Houston Texans for Sunday's season opener "will likely be...
  • Michael Strahan says NFL snub at Tiki Barber not about football

     
    Fox Sports NFL analyst Michael Strahan thinks the NFL ignored Tiki Barber because of his poor off-the-field reputation, which includes leaving his pregnant wife for a young, attractive blonde intern at NBC during his stint as a on-air contributor to the...
  • 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...
  • Sept. 10, 2004: Tomlin says 'It's time to suit up and play for real'

    Denbigh High and William and Mary graduate Mike Tomlin, now Tampa Bay's secondary coach, is confident the Bucs will be fine without John Lynch. Mike Tomlin has been watching videotape of the Redskins offense with a new purpose this week as the Tampa...
  • Teel Time: Super Bowl rings for Virginia Tech and Virginia players

    Never let it be said that BlogBoy doesn't respond to his (adoring) public. Per a request from Deane Pinchak of Charlotte, N.C. – try the Cajun Queen, sir – and with considerable help from the Virginia and Virginia Tech sports information offices, here are...
  • Work ethic, ties to Tomlin land Pettaway NFL coaching job

    Work ethic, ties to Tomlin land Pettaway NFL coaching job
    Suffice to say, Tyrone Pettaway is on football coaching's fast track — from Fort Valley State to Christopher Newport to Tennessee to Southern California to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Oh, and all this in five years, landing the seriously connected...
  • Gaines Adams dies at 26; Clemson defensive lineman played for Chicago Bears

    Gaines Adams dies at 26; Clemson defensive lineman played for Chicago Bears
    Gaines Adams, a defensive lineman for the Chicago Bears who was an All-American at Clemson, died Sunday at a hospital in Greenwood, S.C., the team announced. He was 26. Adams had gone into cardiac arrest about an hour earlier at his family's home, said...
  • Aug. 19, 2001: It's back to college for Al Groh

    His CD collection includes The Cowboy Junkies, Sade and Van Halen. his vocabulary is liberally sprinkled with "cool,'' and he's crazy enough to wear a sweatshirt during practice on a 95-degree day. He's as polished as Bill Clinton -- minus the baggage,...
  • Larry Fitzgerald Sr. will have a unique Super Bowl week

     
    ESPN's Rick Reilly on the guy with the most unusual sportswriting assignment in the history of the Super Bowl. Speaking of ESPN and The Big Game . . . click below for 2,100 words on the network's plans for covering......