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  • Unlike Aaron Hernandez, Byron Jones Makes Connecticut Proud

    Unlike Aaron Hernandez, Byron Jones Makes Connecticut Proud
    When NFL commissioner Roger Goodell called out his name as the 27th pick in the first round of the NFL draft, four words crossed my mind:
  • Bears found wanting against Cowboys whenever it mattered

    It is hard to overcome the loss of one of your playmaking wide receivers as the Bears were forced to do Thursday night when Brandon Marshall exited in the second quarter with two fractured ribs and a lung injury. The Bears were short-handed in other...

    Bears must develop home-grown talent to prosper

     Bears must develop home-grown talent to prosper
    Henry Melton is the one who got away from the Bears, a draft pick who panned out to become a high-level player they couldn't get under contract long term. The defensive tackle returns Thursday night as the leader of the Cowboys pass rush. Although he...

    Eagles roast Cowboys on Turkey Day, 33-10

    Eagles roast Cowboys on Turkey Day, 33-10
    ARLINGTON, Texas -- Last summer during training camp, Philadelphia Eagles running back LeSean McCoy proclaimed, “I own Dallas.” On Thursday, he went to work ruining Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones' Thanksgiving. McCoy rushed for 159 yards...

    NFL, union agree to start testing for HGH in new drug policy

    NFL, union agree to start testing for HGH in new drug policy
    More than three years after the NFL and NFLPA agreed on the latest collective bargaining agreement, blood testing for human growth hormone will finally begin. The league and Players Association made a joint announcement Wednesday that “wide-...