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  • Bears defense's highlight reel a short one

     Bears defense's highlight reel a short one
    On third-and-1 in the first quarter of the Bears' 20-19 victory Thursday night over the Jaguars at Soldier Field, linebacker Jon Bostic guessed right. Bostic shot the gap, shed left tackle Luke Joeckel and secured running back Toby Gerhart for a 4-...
  • Palmer beats Jags and Clausen

    Palmer beats Jags and Clausen
    Jordan Palmer directed two TD drives against the Jaguars. Jimmy Clausen didn’t direct one. Clausen threw an interception. Palmer didn’t. Both quarterbacks were hurt by drops. In the two exhibition games, both have done their best work with...
  • 10 stakes races added to Laurel Park fall schedule

    The Maryland Jockey Club on Tuesday announced the addition of 10 more stakes to the Laurel Park fall schedule. The Maryland Horse Breeders Association has inserted five Maryland-bred and/or Maryland-sired races into the mix: the All Brandy Stakes (Sept....
  • As Stanford retools, don't expect Cardinal to rule

    Permission has been granted by the highest authority to don Google Glass and eyeball order a search for "new Pac 12 champion." Lower the shades, also, on the Cardinal's winning even the Pac North. It isn't easy dismissing the two-time defending Pac-12...
  • Brandon Oroxon's element of surprise on the field: His compact size

     Brandon Oroxon's element of surprise on the field: His compact size
    When you first get a glimpse of 5-foot-3, 130-pound Brandon Oroxon, you'd never guess he plays football. Then you'd never believe he was the Northern League offensive player of the year last season as a junior wide receiver at Los Angeles Lincoln High....
  • Sorry, Tim Tebow. When the NFL says you're no Rex Grossman, it's time to give it up

    Sorry, Tim Tebow. When the NFL says you're no Rex Grossman, it's time to give it up
    After being shunned for too long, a great ex-UF quarterback may finally get a chance to show the NFL that he can play pro football. No, not him. The Dolphins were going to work out Rex Grossman on Monday. He hadn't thrown an NFL pass since 2011, but...
  • Wait, McClellin's guaranteed a roster spot?

    Wait, McClellin's guaranteed a roster spot?
    This doesn’t sound like good news to me.  To read Reggie Herring’s words, Shea McClellin has made the Bears roster. Even after Mark Sanchez made McClellin look inept in the first exhibition game -- Mark Sanchez? Yeesh -- the failed...
  • Ex-Ravens linebacker Bart Scott ready to 'keep it real' as CBS analyst

    Ex-Ravens linebacker Bart Scott ready to 'keep it real' as CBS analyst
    When the regular season opens next month, former Ravens linebacker Bart Scott will debut on CBS's NFL Today pregame show as a commentator and analyst. Can't wait. Scott will be provocative, funny, entertaining and knowledgeable, but there also will be...
  • Mark Millon becomes director of development for Breakers

    Mark Millon becomes director of development for Breakers
    Boys lacrosse Millon becomes director of development for Breakers National Lacrosse Hall of Fame member Mark Millon was hired by the Baltimore Breakers as director of player and coach development. The former U.S. national team player has worked with...
  • QB Brown leads Maryland into its first Big Ten season

    QB Brown leads Maryland into its first Big Ten season
    Not much has gone C.J. Brown's way at Maryland. Brown, from suburban Pittsburgh, broke his collarbone in his first appearance for the Terps, as a redshirt freshman reserve quarterback. He missed the final 11 games of that 2010 season. In 2012, when he...
  • Looks like Clausen already has taken Palmer's job

    Looks like Clausen already has taken Palmer's job
    I don’t know every criteria by which Marc Trestman is judging his backup quarterbacks, but Jimmy Clausen won. I think it’s over and Clausen has won the spot behind Jay Cutler. Premature? Maybe. But ultimately true. You watch. Clip & save....