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Charles Woodson

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  • It's full speed ahead in the NFL as offenses shift into high gear

    It's full speed ahead in the NFL as offenses shift into high gear
    The Philadelphia Eagles have really got to hand it to the guys in stripes. No, seriously. Coach Chip Kelly wants his players to hand the football to an official as soon as a play ends so the ball can be spotted immediately for the next snap. Spinning or...
  • Top Ten issues impacting NFL's 2013 season

    Top Ten issues impacting NFL's 2013 season
    As the opening of NFL training camps creeps closer, so does confrontation with critical concerns on top teams. The outcome of these issues will have a major impact on the drama and results of the 2013 season. Some of the teams expecting to contend for...
  • Can you name the Heisman Trophy winners in Pro Football Hall of Fame?

    Can you name the Heisman Trophy winners in Pro Football Hall of Fame?
    There are eight -- and there's one active NFL player who will be a shoo-in -- Heisman Trophy winners in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Can you name them? Two are running backs who won the Heisman as college football's best player in the 1980s. Two...
  • Quentin Jammer says he can play cornerback or safety for Broncos

    Quentin Jammer says he can play cornerback or safety for Broncos
    A day after signing with Denver, cornerback Quentin Jammer was on the practice field Thursday for the Broncos, getting used to playing for a team that was a division rival for so long. “You look at this team and what they did last year and what...
  • Decoding Thayer on Cutler

    Decoding Thayer on Cutler
    Smart man, Tom Thayer. As the Bears radio analyst, he’s football Steve Stone with the way he diagnoses plays before the snap and breaks them down later. He’s also football Ron Santo, grunting his dismay at his former team’s failure,...
  • Ravens safety Michael Huff helping Matt Elam transition to the NFL

    Ravens safety Michael Huff helping Matt Elam transition to the NFL
    Michael Huff can relate to the immediate expectations with which rookie safety Matt Elam is dealing. He was once a first-round draft pick who had to help replace a perennial Pro Bowl defensive back who had left town. So Huff has taken it upon himself to...
  • Lions' Johnson, Vikings Allen lead All-Pro voting

    Lions' Johnson, Vikings Allen lead All-Pro voting
    Lions' Johnson, Vikings Allen lead All-Pro voting. Lions wide receiverCalvin Johnson and Vikings defensive end Jared Allen garnered the most votes for the 2011 NFL All-Pro team announced Friday. Johnson and Allen each received 49 of 50 possible votes...
  • Ravens offseason primer -- safeties

    Ravens offseason primer -- safeties
    The NFL offseason heats up on Tuesday when the free agency period begins and the NFL draft will take place next month. In anticipation of those events, blogger and reporter Matt Vensel will look at six key positions the Ravens might address in free agency...
  • Bears take a punch, win decision

    Bears take a punch, win decision
    Ndamukong Suh had the knockdown of the night when he rocked Jay Cutler on a sack in the second quarter. But the Bears recovered to win the decision Monday night. The hope is the quarterback isn't too sore after he was diagnosed with bruised ribs...
  • Ugly win a welcome result for Bears

    Ugly win a welcome result for Bears
    As Julius Peppers entered the locker room, he spoke for nearly everyone in the organization and probably its fan base when he exclaimed, "Winning ugly." It trumps the alternative -- being on the losing side of an ugly win. The Bears rebounded from a...
  • Interview: Jay DeMerit's soccer story merits the big screen

    Interview: Jay DeMerit's soccer story merits the big screen
    You can understand why Jay DeMerit didn’t initially jump at the opportunity to make a documentary about his life. Sure, the UIC alum knew his story was worthy of the big-screen treatment — it’s not every day that someone who went...