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  • Falcons' offense humming with confident Ryan at helm

    The Sports Xchange Falcons' offense humming with confident Ryan at helm FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. -- If the Atlanta Falcons are going to rebound from a 4-12 2013 season, quarterback Matt Ryan must play a major part in the effort. He showed in his prime...
  • Offense, first four opponents raise concerns for Ravens

    Offense, first four opponents raise concerns for Ravens
    With training camp set to officially open next week, the Ravens are still waiting for NFL commissioner Roger Goodell to rule on the status of running back Ray Rice, but they have more pressing concerns going into the first quarter of the season. Rice...
  • Johnny Manziel among top NFL training camp storylines

    It's almost time to pack bags in Buffalo, as the Bills report to training camp Friday at St. John Fisher College in Pittsford, N.Y. They are the first team to open camp, with the Bears reporting to Bourbonnais on July 24. It has been an eventful...
  • Ravens WR Steve Smith praised for edgy approach, described as 'everything advertised'

    Ravens WR Steve Smith praised for edgy approach, described as 'everything advertised'
    Ravens defensive coordinator Dean Pees has offered some succinct advice to his defensive backs in the past about how to deal with veteran wide receiver Steve Smith. It consists primarily of making sure they didn't anger the feisty five-time Pro Bowl...
  • Malcolm Glazer, owner of Tampa Bay Buccaneers, dies at 85

    Malcolm Glazer, who ascended from near-poverty as a teenager to owning the NFL's Tampa Bay Buccaneers and international soccer powerhouse Manchester United, died Wednesday, the Buccaneers announced. He was 85. Glazer suffered two strokes in 2006 that...
  • Tough road matchups the difference between Ravens, Steelers schedules

    Tough road matchups the difference between Ravens, Steelers schedules
    The Ravens' 8-8 record last year, and the third-place schedule that comes with it for the 2014 season, could have been an advantage over division rivals Pittsburgh and Cincinnati.    Upon Wednesday night's release of the 2014 schedule, it appears some...
  • Stakes will be high when Panthers and Saints square off

    Stakes will be high when Panthers and Saints square off
    OK, Panthers, once more with feeling. For the second time in three weeks, the Carolina Panthers will face the New Orleans Saints in a high-stakes NFC South showdown that will go a long way toward bringing the playoff picture into focus. Hanging in the...
  • UCLA football: Noel Mazzone talks about Brett Hundley, Bruins offense

    UCLA football: Noel Mazzone talks about Brett Hundley, Bruins offense
    Sunday was news conference day for UCLA's and Virginia Tech’s offensive and defensive coordinators, as the two teams prepare for the Hyundai Sun Bowl. That meant one thing: You’re on, Mr. Mazzone. Noel Mazzone, UCLA’s offensive...
  • Peyton Manning breaks NFL record for passing yardage in a season

    Another Sunday, another NFL record for Peyton Manning. A week after setting the single-season record for passing touchdowns, the Denver quarterback broke Drew Brees' single-season yardage record of 5,476 yards. Late in the second quarter of the...
  • Manning gets fifth MVP, wins top offensive player

    Manning gets fifth MVP, wins top offensive player
    New York, NY (SportsNetwork.com) - On the eve of his third Super Bowl appearance, Peyton Manning was honored with two major NFL awards, including being named the league's Most Valuable Player for an unprecedented fifth time. The 37-year-old Manning, who...
  • Steve Smith to visit Ravens on Friday, according to source

    Steve Smith to visit Ravens on Friday, according to source
    Wearing an “I Love Baltimore” hat, wide receiver and kick returner Jacoby Jones admitted that he took less money to re-sign with the Ravens and return to a place that he called “home.” The Ravens can only hope free agent wide...