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  • Balance will help Eagles endure drug suspensions

     
    Starting right tackle Lane Johnson is expected to miss the first quarter of the season for the Eagles due to positive drug test, joining already suspended special teams standout Jake Knott. Although these roster restrictions are not the ideal way......
  • Chiefs sign QB Smith to deal reportedly worth $68M

    The Kansas City Chiefs signed quarterback Alex Smith to a long-term contract, the team announced Sunday. The Chiefs did not disclose terms of the deal, but multiple media outlets reported it was a four-year, $68 million contract, with $45 million of...
  • Ryans keeping Eagles balanced

    — Shockwaves from the trade have long since dissipated, but Philadelphia Eagles linebacker DeMeco Ryans can remember the mixed feelings whenever there's a trigger. Naturally, as he prepares to face his old team for the first time, this week...
  • Marc Trestman doesn't meet Class of '13 standards

    Marc Trestman doesn't meet Class of '13 standards
    We all need a friend, a partner, even a foil. There was Romulus and Remus, Lewis and Clark, Martin and Lewis, Bert and Ernie — and now Phil and Marc. The concurrent news conference celebrating a 3-5 start to the season probably was engineered to...
  • Jets lose eighth straight, 24-10 to Chiefs

    Jets lose eighth straight, 24-10 to Chiefs
    By Bob Gretz, The Sports Xchange KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Kansas City Chiefs made two first-quarter touchdowns stand up as they rode that 14-point advantage to a 24-10 victory over the New York Jets on Sunday afternoon at Arrowhead Stadium. It was...
  • This season is a bonanza of quarterbacks breaking records

    This season is a bonanza of quarterbacks breaking records
    The NFL is a passing league. Peyton Manning has passed Brett Favre. Joe Flacco has passed Ben Roethlisberger. Philip Rivers has passed Johnny Unitas and Kurt Warner. The season hasn't even reached the midway point, and records already are falling like...
  • Week 7: Brad Biggs' NFL power rankings

     Week 7: Brad Biggs' NFL power rankings
    Last week in parentheses. 1. Broncos 4-1 (2): Challenging stretch coming: 49ers and Chargers at home in five-day span and then a visit to the Patriots. 2. Chargers 5-1 (3): Rookie running back Branden Oliver has gone past 100 yards rushing in two...
  • Glendale college honors its own with Hall of Fame ceremony

    Glendale college honors its own with Hall of Fame ceremony
    GLENDALE — Mark McMillian admits he was a “hard-headed kid” when he came out of Granada Hills Kennedy High in the late-1980s. He found his way to Glendale Community College to compete in track and field. However, with the help of two...
  • Jon Gruden to Raiders is like NFL coming to L.A.: a bit of a longshot

    Jon Gruden to Raiders is like NFL coming to L.A.: a bit of a longshot
    Sixteen years ago, before they hired Jon Gruden, the Oakland Raiders got a frigid dose of reality from the agent of the little-known, teenage-looking coach. "Nobody's lining up for this job," said agent Bob LaMonte, essentially delivering an ice-...
  • Eagles will take being 4-1, but remain a flawed team that nearly lost to the Rams

    Eagles will take being 4-1, but remain a flawed team that nearly lost to the Rams
    PHILADELPHIA — Relief. That was the prevailing mood late Sunday afternoon at Lincoln Financial Field after the Eagles held on to beat the Rams 34-28. St. Louis, a mistake-prone team that seems doomed to an eighth straight losing season,...
  • John Cicuto: Leader of the Vaqs

    John Cicuto: Leader of the Vaqs
    At 69, he's still got quite a sharp memory. He can recall the majority of football players he's coached and the games that took place while he stood on the sidelines wearing a headset. For John Cicuto, he's likely seen it all since he first arrived at...