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  • Fairs & Festivals

    Fairs & Festivals
    31st Annual Pompano Beach Seafood Festival April 24-26. More than 140 arts and crafts booths, music and 30 seafood booths. 5-10 p.m. Friday, 10 a.m.-10 p.m. Saturday, 11 a.m.- 8 p.m. Sunday. Pompano Pier, 222 N. Pompano Beach Blvd., Pompano Beach. $10...
  • Football | Bolingbrook wraps up season with 8A quarterfinal loss to H-F

    Football | Bolingbrook wraps up season with 8A quarterfinal loss to H-F
    Turnovers doomed Bolingbrook's quest for a trip to the Class 8A semifinals. The Raiders committed five turnovers, including two safeties, in losing 25-13 toHomewood-Flossmoor in a Class 8A quarterfinal Saturday. The Vikings (10-2) finished with...
  • Lance Briggs done for season, and likely done as a Bear

    Lance Briggs done for season, and likely done as a Bear
    Lance Briggs’ season officially is over. His playing career in Chicago likely is finished as well. The Bears placed Briggs on injured reserve on Friday, five days after the longtime linebacker suffered a groin injury in the team’s 21-13...
  • Texans' Jadeveon Clowney has setback with right knee

    Texans' Jadeveon Clowney has setback with right knee
    No. 1 overall pick Jadeveon Clowney had a setback with his surgically repaired right knee and said Thursday that his chances of playing for Houston at Tennessee on Sunday are slim. Clowney has played just four games this season after being injured in...
  • Without Charles Tillman to battle, Calvin Johnson dominates Bears

    Without Charles Tillman to battle, Calvin Johnson dominates Bears
    DETROIT — Calvin Johnson and Charles Tillman had many epic battles over the past seven years. Tillman, the aggressive 6-foot-2, 198-pound Bears cornerback would shadow, nudge, bump and generally climb into the personal space of the Lions' 6-5,...
  • Jared Allen has lived this bad dream before

    Jared Allen has lived this bad dream before
    Jared Allen knew the dysfunction had become irreversible, the drama too great to steer clear of. Allen's team, which entered the season with Super Bowl aspirations, had hit a frustrating skid, the tension intensifying after each new failure. The...
  • All eyes — and ears — on Eagles LB Kendricks now

    All eyes — and ears — on Eagles LB Kendricks now
    — This could have been Mychal Kendricks' breakout year, leading to the first of many Pro Bowl berths and to his eventual coronation as the perennial most valuable player on the Philadelphia Eagles' defense. All the tools are there, and he was...
  • Carolina Panthers struggling, but still in the hunt

    This was supposed to be the year the Carolina Panthers took a big step forward. Well, the step they've taken has been a big one, but it's in the wrong direction. The Panthers finished 12-4 last season, the second best record in the NFC, and finished...
  • 10 thoughts after Bears' blowout loss to Packers

    10 thoughts after Bears' blowout loss to Packers
    Ten thoughts after the Chicago Bears were humiliated 55-14 Sunday night by the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field, their fifth loss in the last six games and the third time in the last 11 games that the franchise has surrendered 51 or more points. 1. At...
  • More of the same for Bears — turnovers, penalties, humiliation

    More of the same for Bears — turnovers, penalties, humiliation
    GREEN BAY — The Bears won Sunday's coin flip at Lambeau Field. So there was that, a plus for a team that opted to take the ball first in order to keep Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers on the sideline for as long as possible. And quarterback Jay...
  • Rookie CB Tramain Jacobs says he brings fresh legs, aggressive nature to Ravens secondary

    Rookie CB Tramain Jacobs says he brings fresh legs, aggressive nature to Ravens secondary
    When the Ravens overhauled their secondary this week, undrafted rookie cornerback Tramain Jacobs became one of the biggest beneficiaries of the changes. The former Texas A&M player was promoted to the active roster after spending the first nine games on...