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Michael Irvin

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  • Attorney Peter Ginsberg to represent Ray Rice in NFL matters, source says

    Attorney Peter Ginsberg to represent Ray Rice in NFL matters, source says
    Veteran attorney Peter Ginsberg has been retained to represent former Ravens running back Ray Rice in his legal matters involving the NFL, according to a source. Ginsberg previously represented former New Orleans Saints linebacker Jonathan Vilma in...
  • NFL's All-Wacky Weed Team

    NFL's All-Wacky Weed Team
    The NFL season is still a few months away, but before long fans will be conducting drafts for the 2014 fantasy football season.  Unlike many NFL franchises, when searching for players to fill fantasy rosters, fantasy team owners don't pay much attention...
  • Ray Rice, wife and lawyer to meet with NFL, NFLPA investigators, sources say

    Ray Rice, wife and lawyer to meet with NFL, NFLPA investigators, sources say
    INDIANAPOLIS -- Former Ravens running back Ray Rice, his wife, Janay, and his defense attorney, Michael Diamondstein, will meet with both NFL investigator Robert Mueller III and NFL Players Association investigator Richard Craig Smith, according to...
  • 'Cane-on-'Cane hate turning ugly

    'Cane-on-'Cane hate turning ugly
    The first shot in this ugly Civil War? It wasn't former Miami star Philip Buchanon calling coach Al Golden "Al Folden'' on Twitter. It wasn't former lineman Joaquin Gonzalez tweeting, "I think it's time for a new (defensive) coordinator." The first shot...
  • Phillip Dorsett looking for another big game when 'Canes visit Nebraska

    Phillip Dorsett looking for another big game when 'Canes visit Nebraska
    After that night at North Carolina last October, Phillip Dorsett feared the worst. After the helmet smashed into his knee, the Miami receiver wondered not only whether his season was over, but whether he'd ever feel the same again on the football field....
  • Steelers offense ready to make a name for itself

    There never will be another Triplets in football, just as we'll never see another Steel Curtain. The Dallas Cowboys of the 1990s had quarterback Troy Aikman, halfback Emmitt Smith and receiver Michael Irvin. Three Super Bowl wins, three Hall of Famers....
  • Boyd Anderson's Mitch Richmond goes from late-bloomer to Hall of Famer

    Back then, they looked at it as just making a few extra bucks. For Mitch Richmond, it turned out to mean so much more. He and close friend Michael Irvin would often make treks around Broward County playgrounds, making three-on-three basketball...
  • Seven NFL legends inducted into Hall of Fame

    On another memorable Saturday night in the birthplace of pro football, seven more players swelled to 287 the number enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. One night after receiving their gold jackets in an event televised by the NFL Network for the...
  • John Madden thinks kids start playing football with helmets too young

    John Madden thinks kids start playing football with helmets too young
    The NFL Network may have gotten more than it bargained for when it included John Madden in a panel discussion about safety in youth football. Melissa Stark has been hosting a five-part series touting the Heads Up Football program, which has been given a...
  • Marshall: Cutler 'absolutely' can be NFL MVP

    Marshall: Cutler 'absolutely' can be NFL MVP
    BOURBONNAIS -- Expectations abound for Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler in 2014, and receiver Brandon Marshall on Wednesday set the bar as high as possible. Marshall said Cutler, his close friend, could win NFL most valuable player honors if he...
  • Bears practice report: Observations and thoughts from Wednesday

    Bears practice report: Observations and thoughts from Wednesday
    BOURBONNAIS — The Bears on Wednesday returned to practice, their fifth of training camp. Here are some thoughts and observations from the session. 1. Michael Irvin, Hall of Fame receiver and NFL Network analyst, had a lot to say — as usual...