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  • Chip Kelly addresses accusations of racism

    Chip Kelly addresses accusations of racism
    PHILADELPHIA — More than 100 reporters assembled at the NovaCare Complex on Thursday in a quest to discover all that might be new with the Philadelphia Eagles. But the picture coach Chip Kelly painted in his first news conference of this first set...
  • A fond, inadequate toast to partner in crime Dave Fairbank

    A fond, inadequate toast to partner in crime Dave Fairbank
    Abandoned momentarily by management, the job candidate sat alone in the broom closet that passed for the Daily Press and Times-Herald sports office. He was short and slight, with a jungle of black curls and admirable mustache. Within moments, Dave...
  • Unlike Jerry Rice, Ravens wide receiver Steve Smith has no plans to play into his 40s

    Unlike Jerry Rice, Ravens wide receiver Steve Smith has no plans to play into his 40s
    Ravens veteran wide receiver Steve Smith displayed his traditionally feisty personality and his sense of humor Thursday when the subject of his age and longevity was raised. The five-time Pro Bowl wide receiver celebrated his 36th birthday this month as...
  • Ravens agree to terms with veteran CB Cassius Vaughn, sources say

    Ravens agree to terms with veteran CB Cassius Vaughn, sources say
    The Ravens have agreed to terms with veteran cornerback Cassius Vaughn on a one-year contract, according to NFL sources. It's a veteran minimum deal worth up to $825,000, which includes a $745,000 base salary, a $50,000 bonus for making the 53-man...
  • Ravens waived/injured cornerback Julian Wilson

    Ravens waived/injured cornerback Julian Wilson
    The Ravens have waived/injured cornerback Julian Wilson. It's a precursor to Wilson being placed on injured reserve because of his season-ending broken leg during rookie minicamp that required surgery. Wilson has to clear waivers, though, to be...
  • Ravens undrafted rookie Brennen Beyer making transition to NFL, outside linebacker

    Ravens undrafted rookie Brennen Beyer making transition to NFL, outside linebacker
    As former Michigan defensive end Brennen Beyer went through the process of auditioning for NFL teams, the Ravens undrafted rookie had a strong advocate. Former Ravens defensive coordinator Greg Mattison, the defensive coordinator at Michigan for the...
  • Bears hire new head trainer

    Bears hire new head trainer
    The Chicago Bears completed their first organized team activity on Wednesday and they will have a head athletic trainer in place to work with players for the remainder of the offseason program. The club is expected to announce today that Nate Breske has...
  • Peyton Manning scheduled to be among guest instructors at W&M football camp this summer

    Peyton Manning scheduled to be among guest instructors at W&M football camp this summer
    William and Mary coach Jimmye Laycock and the Colonial All-Pro Football Camp have once again attracted some of the most prominent NFL names to serve as guest instructors at this year's camp, which will be held June 21-24 on the W&M campus. ...
  • Aaron Hernandez Jurors: 'We Did The Right Thing'

    Aaron Hernandez Jurors: 'We Did The Right Thing'
    FALL RIVER, Mass. — An hour after Aaron Hernandez's jurors returned a verdict Wednesday that sent one man to prison for life and gave another man's family a sense of justice, they stood-by-side and reminisced about both the emotionally grueling...
  • On The Fly: Byron Jones Gets Invitation To NFL Draft

    On The Fly: Byron Jones Gets Invitation To NFL Draft
    UConn cornerback Byron Jones, who made a name for himself at the NFL combine in February, is one of just 28 top prospects who will attend the NFL draft in Chicago, which starts April 30 with Round 1, and continues May 1 (Rounds 2, 3) and May 2 (Rounds 4-...
  • Former Gator Aaron Hernandez guilty of murder, gets life in prison

    Former Gator Aaron Hernandez guilty of murder, gets life in prison
    Former Florida Gators star Aaron Hernandez was found guilty Wednesday of first-degree murder and sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole for a deadly late-night shooting, sealing the downfall of a member of the New England Patriots...