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  • Greg Cote's Super Bowl pick: Pats-Seahawks a close call

    We enjoyed an unblemished championship-game round, accurately predicting the Seahawks and Patriots both would win outright, and also going perfect against the spread by picking the Packers with the points and New England to cover. (Somewhere, Packers...
  • Ravens restricted free agent kicker Justin Tucker hoping for long-term deal

    Ravens restricted free agent kicker Justin Tucker hoping for long-term deal
    Three years ago, Justin Tucker arrived in Baltimore as an undrafted free agent from the University of Texas intent on beating out Pro Bowl kicker Billy Cundiff. Tucker emerged from that training camp with a spot on the Ravens roster and now is the...
  • Miami Dolphins Depth Chart Breakdown: Defensive line

    Miami Dolphins Depth Chart Breakdown: Defensive line
    The South Florida Sun-Sentinel takes a look at every position on the Miami Dolphins roster, analyzing the players under contract, providing a free agent outlook, and forecasting what the future might hold. Defensive line Returners (11) Defensive...
  • Friendly Fire: Browner Out To Smack Ex-Teammates In Seattle

    CHANDLER, Ariz. — Brandon Browner has a Legion of Boom tattoo on his arm. He calls it a tribute to his brothers. At the same time, the Patriots cornerback has no problem encouraging his teammates to break Richard Sherman's arm and Earl Thomas'...
  • Gostkowski Credits Mound Presence As Pitcher For Kicking Success

    CHANDLER, Ariz. – Stephen Gostkowski went to the University of Memphis with thoughts of pursuing a life in professional sports. But Gostkowski, the Patriots' kicker for the past nine seasons, saw himself pitching off a major league mound. It was a...
  • USC football morning report: One Trojan's expectations

    USC football morning report: One Trojan's expectations
    Tweet of the day: "With the talent coming back and a potential top-five recruiting class, a playoff [berth] should be a real expectation for the Trojans next season." -- Former USC quarterback and Heisman Trophy winner Matt Leinart In The Times: -...
  • John Harbaugh will be an analyst on NBC's Super Bowl pregame show

    John Harbaugh will be an analyst on NBC's Super Bowl pregame show
    Ravens coach John Harbaugh will have a role in NBC's coverage of Super Bowl XLIX. Harbaugh, whose team finished two victories shy of their second Super Bowl appearance in three years, will appear on NBC’s pregame, halftime and postgame show, a...
  • Hyde5: Salary-cap hell and Dolphins' tricky WR decisions

    Hyde5: Salary-cap hell and Dolphins' tricky WR decisions
    1. Dolphins GM Dennis Hickey’s draft of receiver Jarvis Landry last year was doubly smart. First, Landry is a good player, leading the team with 84 catches and fourth in the league in kickoff returns. He also gives the Dolphins help at a position...
  • Brent Grimes' wife rips NFL in profane Twitter tirade

    Brent Grimes' wife rips NFL in profane Twitter tirade
    Miko Grimes, the outspoken wife of Dolphins Pro Bowl cornerback Brent Grimes, went on an expletive-laced Twitter rant around 5:30 p.m. Monday, accusing the NFL of not caring about domestic violence, players or their families. She further accused the...
  • Richard Sherman Critical Of Goodell-Kraft Relationship, Patriots 'Resume'

    Richard Sherman Critical Of Goodell-Kraft Relationship, Patriots 'Resume'
    PHOENIX — Relishing no longer being in the "villain" role, Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman is painting his team's Super Bowl opponent as occupying that position. He also doubts that the Patriots will be punished by the NFL if they are found...
  • Pro Bowl a testing range for quirky rules

    Pro Bowl a testing range for quirky rules
    GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) — The odd rules that the NFL tried in the Pro Bowl made for a strange sideshow. No kickoffs, no blitzing, alternate possessions to start each quarter, two-minute warnings for each quarter and stopping the clock when a...