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  • Panthers take linebacker Shaq Thompson in first round

    The Carolina Panthers didn't get an offensive tackle. Instead, they drafted a do-it-all defensive player when they selected University of Washington linebacker Shaq Thompson with the 25th overall pick in Thursday's NFL draft. Thompson had 81 tackles and...
  • Nose tackle Danny Shelton would fill big need in Bears' 3-4 defense

    Nose tackle Danny Shelton would fill big need in Bears' 3-4 defense
    It’s easy to see how University of Washington nose tackle Danny Shelton could help resurrect the Chicago Bears’ defense. The strong 6-foot-2, 339-pounder can be a dominant anchor against run blocks, a requirement for that position in...
  • Byron Jones' Family Cleared His Path To UConn And The NFL

    Byron Jones' Family Cleared His Path To UConn And The NFL
    How did Byron Jones get here? He might be a first-round NFL draft pick Thursday night, only the second in UConn history, when the three-day event kicks off in Chicago. That would make him the first Connecticut-born player selected in the opening round...
  • Gibbs, Seton Hall Transfer, Could Be Appealing To UConn

    UConn figures to be shopping in the graduate-transfer market once again. Sterling Gibbs, a 6-foot-2 guard, announced Tuesday that he was leaving Seton Hall to play his fifth year of eligibility elsewhere. UConn could be his destination. A combination-...
  • Shane Ray could fall in draft after marijuana citation

    The timing, three days before the 2015 NFL draft begins Thursday in Chicago, couldn't have been worse for former Missouri defensive end Shane Ray. Ray, 21, was cited Monday for alleged possession of fewer than 35 grams of marijuana Monday morning,...
  • In need of reinforcements, Ravens eye strong cornerback draft class

    In need of reinforcements, Ravens eye strong cornerback draft class
    Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome stood next to Jimmy Smith at the team's training complex a week ago and broke into a wide smile moments after the cornerback signed a four-year, $48 million contract extension. The deal secured the team's 2011 first-...
  • It's Ball in the family at Chino Hills basketball

    It's Ball in the family at Chino Hills basketball
    "The circus is coming" might be the appropriate way to introduce the Chino Hills Huskies basketball team next season considering the amount of interest the team is going to generate from fans and media. Starting this summer, get ready for anyone and...
  • On The Fly: Kris Dunn Puts NBA On Hold, Stays At Providence

    Kris Dunn of New London has a bright NBA future. It just won't start this year. Dunn will return to Providence College for his junior year, even though he figured to land in the middle of the first round in this year's NBA draft. Dunn, a 6-foot-3 point...
  • USC Now mailbag: Uniforms, Pac-12 title and NFL draft

    USC Now mailbag: Uniforms, Pac-12 title and NFL draft
    Jerseys are still on your mind. I'm bracing myself for an angry inbox after suggesting an alternate uniform. Please be kind. The uniform. First of all, cardinal and gold is just about the cheeriest color combination ever. We own it, we are envied,...
  • Kevin Ollie Wouldn't Be First UConn Coach To Pull Quick Exit

    Kevin Ollie Wouldn't Be First UConn Coach To Pull Quick Exit
    From The Courant Archives: Were UConn basketball coach Kevin Ollie to leave Storrs for the NBA he wouldn't be the first coach of a major Husky program to catch players and fans off guard. Here's a look back at how The Courant told the story when the...
  • Elizabeth Price among former Parkettes who did well for their schools in NCAA Gymnastics Championships

    Training for collegiate gymnastics routines proved to be a lot less complicated for Elizabeth Price than preparing for the World Cup or the Olympic Games as an Elite in the Allentown Parkettes program. So, the Coopersburg resident and Stanford...