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Plaxico Burress

Plaxico Burress
Plaxico Burress (August 12, 1977 - ) is a wide receiver in the NFL. Burress was drafted by the Pittsburgh Steelers in the 2000 NFL Draft.
Plaxico Burress (August 12, 1977 - ) is a wide receiver in the NFL. Burress was drafted by the Pittsburgh Steelers in the 2000 NFL Draft. « Show less

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  • NFL likely to start testing for HGH

    The NFL Players Assn. has told its members that the union "tentatively agreed" that 40 players will take blood tests for human growth hormone each week during the season, with a positive result drawing a four-game suspension. The NFLPA emailed players a...
  • NFL: How players with Virginia connections have fared in preseason (covers entire week)

    NFL: How players with Virginia connections have fared in preseason (covers entire week)
    Listed by position, jersey number, name and connections: Arizona Cardinals: T 75 Levi Brown (Granby High, Penn State): Started; penalized less than a yard for false start at Arizona 1-yard line. TE 80 Alex Gottlieb (William and Mary): Reserve; snapped for...
  • NFL: How players with Va. connections fared in preseason games starting Aug. 16 (all of Week 2, capped by Redskins' win vs. Steelers)

    Listed by position, jersey number, name and connections: Arizona Cardinals: T 75 Levi Brown (Granby High, Penn State): Started; penalized 5 yards (half the distance to the goal line) for holding. TE 80 Alex Gottlieb (William and Mary): Reserve; no stats....
  • WR Peete plays like Plaxico...and more from St. Thomas' preseason win vs. Dillard

    FORT LAUDERDALE – Devante Peete is poised to have a special season for St. Thomas Aquinas. The 6-foot-5, 200-pound junior receiver, a transfer from Blanche Ely, made two impressive touchdown catches in St. Thomas’ 21-10 preseason win against...
  • Reader Q&A: Bears mailbag

    Reader Q&A: Bears mailbag
    Any chance the Bears go after Plaxico Burress? -- @chifan4life, from Twitter There is a chance, but it's slightly better than an ice cube's chance in Death Valley. The Bears have had multiple opportunities to sign Burress going back to 2005, when he left...
  • Peters a victim of faulty collective bargaining agreement

     
    The Eagles confirmed today that they have cut injured tackle Jason Peters' salary because, according to a spokesman, they "only have X number of dollars allotted for left tackle." They tried to spin it the best they could and, truth......
  • Holes to fill this offseason: Eagles offense

     
    QB: This position of course is the million dollar question for the Eagles this offseason. Michael Vick is likely to be cut, although there remains a possibility that he could take a pay cut to stay with the team. Personally,......
  • NFL news and notes: Jets sign Jason Hill with Santonio Holmes out for the year

    NFL news and notes: Jets sign Jason Hill with Santonio Holmes out for the year
    The New York Jets have signed wide receiver Jason Hill with Santonio Holmes ruled out for the season with a Lisfranc foot injury where he tore ligaments and will undergo surgery. The Jets signed Hill, who famously called them "overhyped" last season when...
  • Reid must sleep in messy bed he's created

    — Firing defensive coordinator Juan Castillo was just the beginning. To paraphrase the revelation of Sergeant Elias (Willem Dafoe) to soldier Chris (Charlie Sheen) in the most meaningful scene of the movie Platoon, the Philadelphia Eagles are gonna...
  • Eagles' Peters taking salary cut is all wrong

    Eagles' Peters taking salary cut is all wrong
    Jason Peters could have just as well tried pole-vaulting over a barbed-wire fence or wrestling a startled grizzly bear. Because in the bold, flawed, tragic language of the new collective bargaining agreement, hastily reviewed by locked-out athletes and...
  • NFL roundup

    NFL roundup
    Redskins 28, Cowboys 18 Rookie Alfred Morris ran for 200 yards and three touchdowns as host Washington clinched the NFC East title with its seventh consecutive victory. Robert Griffin III was 9-of-18 for 100 yards but rushed six times for 63 yards and...