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  • Hall of Fame linebacker Chuck Bednarik dead at 89

    Hall of Fame linebacker Chuck Bednarik dead at 89
    PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Chuck Bednarik, a Pro Football Hall of Famer and one of the last great two-way NFL players, died early Saturday, the Philadelphia Eagles said. He was 89. Known as "Concrete Charlie," Bednarik epitomized the tough-guy linebacker...
  • Bednarik almost didn't play in 1960

    Bednarik almost didn't play in 1960
    Concrete Charlie -- Bethlehem's Chuck Bednarik -- achieved the stature of legend with a two-way performance at 35 years of age in 1960. But that season almost didn't happen for Bednarik, and maybe the Eagles too, as he announced his retirement at the...
  • Legendary Eagle Chuck Bednarik dies

    Legendary Eagle Chuck Bednarik dies
    Chuck Bednarik, the hard-nosed, legendary, Bethlehem-born Philadelphia Eagle who came to be known as "Concrete Charlie," died Saturday morning. He was 89. The Hall-of-Fame linebacker and center played from 1949 for to 1962 for the Eagles and was known...
  • LSU offensive tackle La'el Collins to visit Ravens, sources say

    LSU offensive tackle La'el Collins to visit Ravens, sources say
    LSU All-American offensive tackle La'el Collins, one of the top blockers in the draft, is scheduled to visit the Ravens prior to the draft, according to league sources. Collins also met with the Ravens at the NFL scouting combine and Senior Bowl....
  • Eagles: 60-minute man Chuck Bednarik has died at 89

    Chuck Bednarik, a Pro Football Hall of Famer and one of the last great two-way NFL players, died early Saturday. He was 89. Known as "Concrete Charlie," Bednarik epitomized the tough-guy linebacker and also was an outstanding center for the Eagles from...
  • Eagles icon Chuck Bednarik dies at 89

    Chuck Bednarik, the immovable, irascible son of a Bethlehem steelworker whose Hall of Fame football career was more notable for lasts than firsts, died Saturday morning following a brief illness. His family said Bednarik, 89, died in a Bucks County...
  • Giants sign former Pierre-Paul teammate George Selvie

    Giants sign former Pierre-Paul teammate George Selvie
    EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) — The New York Giants are cornering the market on defensive ends from South Florida. Less than a month after designating two-Pro Bowler Jason Pierre-Paul as their franchise player, the Giants on Friday signed his...
  • Dolphins moving on without Charles Clay, working to spend remaining cap space

    Dolphins moving on without Charles Clay, working to spend remaining cap space
    The Miami Dolphins’ top executives decided they would prefer to regain $7 million in cap space rather than match the offer tight end Charles Clay received from the Buffalo Bills this week. Clay, who started 47 of the 58 games he played for the...
  • Dolphins sign center J.D. Walton

    Dolphins sign center J.D. Walton
    The Dolphins have signed center J.D. Walton, a free agent from the New York Giants. Walton, who started all 16 games for the Giants last season, will likely serve as a backup for center Mike Pouncey. Walton, 27, who is entering his seventh season, spent...
  • Blast to host Flash on Friday in opener of MASL finals

    Blast to host Flash on Friday in opener of MASL finals
    The Blast will begin the Major Arena Soccer League finals by hosting the Monterrey Flash at 7:35 p.m. Friday at Royal Farms Arena. Game 2 and a Game 3 15-minute minigame, if necessary, will be played at Monterrey on Sunday at 6 p.m. The Blast advanced...
  • Veteran defensive lineman Chris Canty rejoins Ravens on two-year, $4.65 million deal

    Veteran defensive lineman Chris Canty rejoins Ravens on two-year, $4.65 million deal
    It was 5 a.m. Wednesday in Hawaii when defensive end Chris Canty got the telephone call informing him he was rejoining the Ravens on a two-year, $4.65 million contract. Roughly three weeks after being released by the team, Canty is back. He had met with...