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  • Fantasy Fodder: What to make of Torrey Smith's outburst

    Fantasy Fodder: What to make of Torrey Smith's outburst
    Torrey Smith torched the Rams in Week 3, catching five passes for 152 yards and three touchdowns. Now he is burning up the waiver wire, and you can be sure that someone will claim him in your fantasy league. I got a text message shortly after midnight...
  • Fantasy Fodder: Five players you better hang on to

    Fantasy Fodder: Five players you better hang on to
    Desperation might be setting in inside your fantasy locker room if your squad is 1-3 or 0-4 at the quarter pole, especially if you’re in a cutthroat league where only four or six teams make it into the playoffs. We have enough data to see that...
  • Fantasy Fodder: Tebow, DHB, Cruz and dining on desperation

    Fantasy Fodder: Tebow, DHB, Cruz and dining on desperation
    In last week's installment of Fantasy Fodder, I cautioned you to not panic and trade away one of five notable early-season disappointments if your team was stuck in the cellar. I hope this past week was better for you. This week, we're going to turn...
  • Where do Evans and Boldin rank among receiving duos?

    Where do Evans and Boldin rank among receiving duos?
    With trades in consecutive offseasons, the Ravens have given Joe Flacco a formidable receiving tandem in Anquan Boldin and Lee Evans. Boldin has had five 1,000-yard seasons in his eight years in the league and Evans has averaged 15.7 yards per catch in...
  • Laird Hayes ready to go back to work as NFL side judge

    Laird Hayes ready to go back to work as NFL side judge
    When one of the most controversial calls in NFL history took place, Laird Hayes wasn't watching it during the Monday Night Football telecast. Hayes, a Newport Beach resident and an NFL side judge entering his 18th season, said he was watching the movie,...
  • Virgen's View: Mendes Bros. Academy grand opening on Sunday

    The RVCA family is excited for Sunday. That's the day of the grand opening for the Mendes Bros. Academy, a jiu jitsu gym, in Costa Mesa. The Mendes brothers, Rafael and Gui, will be offering a free seminar during the grand opening, starting at 1 p.m. The...
  • Which NFL player has most to prove in camp?

    Look to San Francisco Sam Farmer Los Angeles Times The player with the most to prove is 49ers quarterback Alex Smith, who has a chance to redefine himself with another outstanding season. Smith, the No. 1 overall pick in 2005, finally broke through...
  • Eben Britton looks to stay healthy for full year with Jaguars

    Eben Britton looks to stay healthy for full year with Jaguars
    The following are updates on area athletes active in the National Football League. BRITTON BACK AND HEALTHY Former Burroughs High standout and current Jacksonville Jaguars offensive lineman Eben Britton has remained healthy and is looking like his old...
  • Super Bowl champs offer Bears a road map

    Super Bowl champs offer Bears a road map
    I presume that the Bears’ new so-called general manager watched the Super Bowl, as the Bears traditionally have done for 44 of the previous 46 years. And so, I presume that Phil Emery told Lovie Smith that his defensive line is nowhere close to...
  • A Super Bowl even Ravens fans could enjoy -- sort of

    A Super Bowl even Ravens fans could enjoy -- sort of
    At the Super Bowl party I attended yesterday, the host greeted us by saying: "No, I'm not over it. Yes, I'm still bitter. Beer and wings are over there." Ravens fans -- you gotta love 'em. Sure, it was Giants-Patriots on TV for all the marbles, our...
  • Virgen's View: Hayes makes biggest call of big game

    Virgen's View: Hayes makes biggest call of big game
    With a 17-year career that has featured three Super Bowls, eight divisional games, five wild-card contests and one conference championship game, Laird Hayes has had some great moments as a side judge in the NFL. But the greatest time in his career came...