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  • Let's Have Hugs, Prayers And No More Need For Tributes

    Let's Have Hugs, Prayers And No More Need For Tributes
    John Prior saw the news flash across CNBC on Friday and it staggered him. "I was absolutely stunned," Prior said as he stood in the biting December rain early Sunday night outside Gillette Stadium. "We had our first murder last year in Westport in...
  • Teel Time: Belichick applauds linebacker Jerod Mayo's instincts, technique

    Teel Time: Belichick applauds linebacker Jerod Mayo's instincts, technique
    Jerod Mayo continues to excel in his fifth season with the New England Patriots. The Pro Bowl linebacker from Kecoughtan High ranks third in the NFL with 125 tackles, five behind leader Luke Kuechly, the Carolina Panthers rookie from Boston College. But...
  • Who should start at QB for Jets, 49ers?

    Kaepernick, McElroy Sam Farmer Los Angeles Times Colin Kaepernick and Greg McElroy should be the starters. It's not as if 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh can keep flipping back and forth between Kaepernick and Alex Smith and expect those psyches to stay...
  • Peyton Manning starting to get comfortable in new city

    Peyton Manning starting to get comfortable in new city
    New city, new team, same Peyton Manning. That's how the Denver Broncos quarterback looked in Week 4, at least, carving up the Oakland Raiders by completing 30 of 38 passes for 338 yards with three touchdowns. "He's getting more comfortable," Coach...
  • Harbaugh vs. Garrett coaching decision worked out well for Ravens

    Harbaugh vs. Garrett coaching decision worked out well for Ravens
    Jason Garrett was the hot coaching candidate who had everything the Ravens were seeking. He was a former NFL quarterback, Ivy League-educated and groomed in a football family. He was young and bright, and in just a couple of seasons as an NFL assistant,...
  • Warhill's Devonte Dedmon is one of the district's toughest, and most versatile, football players

    Warhill's Devonte Dedmon is one of the district's toughest, and most versatile, football players
    You can argue there are athletes as good in Bay Rivers District football as Warhill High junior Devonte Dedmon, but you can't argue there's anyone more versatile. And you'll have to look hard to find one tougher. Dedmon's versatility was most evident...
  • McCourty Doesn't Fumble Gratitude For Teammates

    McCourty Doesn't Fumble Gratitude For Teammates
    — We figured that Devin McCourty owed some of his teammates dinner. A nice cut of prime rib for Mr. Prime Time Tom Brady maybe, for impeccable efficiency in answering his critics on that last-minute drive in regulation. A big Maine lobster, surely,...
  • Jay Cutler, meet Ashton Kutcher

    Jay Cutler, meet Ashton Kutcher
    You know what I’m talking about when I refer to “Jay face,’’ right? That pouty look that Jay Cutler flashes when things go badly?  The one that every director of every televised Bears game has dedicated a camera to? Yeah, THAT...
  • Rolando McClain can make up to $1.1 million with Ravens this year

    Rolando McClain can make up to $1.1 million with Ravens this year
    The Ravens' job offer to former Oakland Raiders starting middle linebacker Rolando McClain doesn't entail a major financial commitment. The second chance the Ravens are offering the former Butkus Award winner and consensus All-American from Alabama ...
  • When it comes to diversity in the NFL, nepotism trumps the 'Rooney Rule'

    When it comes to diversity in the NFL, nepotism trumps the 'Rooney Rule'
    This NFL offseason represents the 10-year anniversary of the inception of the "Rooney Rule." The rule, named after Pittsburgh Steelers' Chairman Dan Rooney, requires teams to interview minority candidates for all head coaching and senior football...
  • Bidding farewell to Ed Reed, the most interesting, entertaining athlete in Baltimore

    Bidding farewell to Ed Reed, the most interesting, entertaining athlete in Baltimore
    Sportswriters inevitably get the question: How do you cover teams you once loved as a fan? The standard answer is that you stop rooting for the jersey and start rooting for the best story. That’s true to a point but incomplete. It’s near...