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  • In need of reinforcements, Ravens eye strong cornerback draft class

    In need of reinforcements, Ravens eye strong cornerback draft class
    Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome stood next to Jimmy Smith at the team's training complex a week ago and broke into a wide smile moments after the cornerback signed a four-year, $48 million contract extension. The deal secured the team's 2011 first-...
  • UCLA's Brett Hundley out to change notion QB draft class lacks depth

    UCLA's Brett Hundley out to change notion QB draft class lacks depth
    Even though they can all throw the long ball, quarterbacks in this NFL draft class don't go deep. Yes, quarterbacks could be selected 1-2 for just the sixth time in the modern era. Yet the talent pool in this class is far from overflowing. There are...
  • Jameis Winston on crab legs incident: 'I just got them for free'

    Jameis Winston on crab legs incident: 'I just got them for free'
    Jameis Winston didn't actually steal crab legs during an infamous incident last year. At least that's what he implied during a segment recorded back in February for ESPN's "Draft Academy." Instead, he told Michigan Coach Jim Harbaugh on the show, the...
  • Breshad Perriman latest elite prospect set to join UCF pipeline to NFL

    Breshad Perriman latest elite prospect set to join UCF pipeline to NFL
    If Blake Bortles helped NFL fans find UCF on the national map last year, then Breshad Perriman could make sure they don't forget it. In just a few days, the Knights will find out if they can pull off another NFL draft day surprise by having athletes...
  • At age 89, former KU football player Bryan Sperry scores touchdown in alumni scrimmage

    LAWRENCE, Kan. Bryan Sperry was standing on the Kansas sideline, an 89-year-old man with stories of fighting for his country and coming home to play college football. Sperry was 17 years old when he first left home to play football at Kansas State. He...
  • Hokies AD Babcock outlines search to replace irreplaceable Bill Roth

    Hokies AD Babcock outlines search to replace irreplaceable Bill Roth
    BLACKSBURG -- Virginia Tech, the sixth stop of Whit Babcock’s two decades in athletic administration, has presented him with his first broadcasting search. He’ll have considerable help. North Carolina-based IMG College produces the Hokies&...
  • USC spring football review: Safeties

    USC spring football review: Safeties
    End-of-spring safety depth chart for the USC football team: Starters: Junior Leon McQuay or third-year sophomore Chris Hawkins and sophomore John Plattenburg Backups: Senior Ryan Dillard and third-year sophomore Matt Lopes Incoming: Freshman Marvell...
  • Leonard Williams visits Washington Redskins and Silas Redd

    Leonard Williams visits Washington Redskins and Silas Redd
    Former USC defensive lineman Leonard Williams’ busy week continued with a visit to the Washington Redskins and a reunion with former Trojans tailback Silas Redd on Wednesday. “Out here in Washington visit with the Redskins, good seeing my...
  • Will Mariota be worth a major investment?

    Whether a franchise with a top-six pick chooses Marcus Mariota or another organization further down the board like the Browns, Philadelphia Eagles, San Diego Chargers or St. Louis Rams trades up to select him, someone is expected to make a major...
  • Injuries slowed, but didn't stop football great Bobby Brooks

    Bobby Brooks might not have won a Heisman Trophy, but those who saw him foxtrot on the gridiron were not shy about comparing him with the celebrated Tom Harmon as one of Indiana's all-time great running backs. Running rampant in the 1940s, "Bolting Bob"...
  • UCLA ends spring practice without naming a starting quarterback

    UCLA ends spring practice without naming a starting quarterback
    There are advantages to not having a quarterback at this point in the season. UCLA wrapped spring practice Saturday with a run-of-the-mill workout at the Rose Bowl. Coach Jim Mora came out of it insisting he does not have a starting quarterback at the...