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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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  • Ex-NY Giant Plaxico Burress Talks To PIX11 About Life After Prison

    Ex-NY Giant Plaxico Burress Talks To PIX11 About Life After Prison
    Speaking candidly with just a few reporters since his release from prison, former New York Giant Plaxico Burress sat down with PIX11 special correspondent Dyrol Joyner and discussed his career, how being imprisoned has changed his life, getting a pretty...
  • Looking for a Giants-Patriots Guarantee on Super Bowl XLVI Media Day

    Looking for a Giants-Patriots Guarantee on Super Bowl XLVI Media Day
    D.J Ware is one of the current New York Giants who has a Super Bowl ring from Super Bowl XLII. He has many memories from that weekend in Phoenix, and remembers a confident teammate sharing his thoughts with reporters prior to the game. "I didn't really...
  • Trying to understand Eli's greatness

    Trying to understand Eli's greatness
    It was a strange scenario. The main figure with all the cameras from across the country facing him just three feet away, the one with the Super Bowl trophy patch on the right shoulder of his jersey, didn't seem to own the room like a person in this...
  • Dan Pompei's Bears mailbag

    Dan Pompei's Bears mailbag
    I would like to know your thoughts on the Bears' first round pick (No. 19) in this year's draft. As I see it there will be plenty of quality No. 1 receivers in free agency, large and small. Wouldn't it be wiser for them to opt for a DE the likes of Nick...
  • Was Riggleman right to quit on Nationals?

    Broke commitment Dan Connolly Baltimore Sun Was Jim Riggleman justified in quitting? No. He had a commitment to the Nationals players and he walked away from that mid-year. Unless there were serious health issues involved, it's unacceptable. The only...
  • With Derrick Mason gone, the Ravens get a chance to upgrade

    With Derrick Mason gone, the Ravens get a chance to upgrade
    The not-yet-official release of veteran wide receiver Derrick Mason opened the possibility of the Ravens making a play for one of the bigger-named wideouts on the free-agent market. Mason is in the twilight of his career, but his ego has shown no signs of...
  • Should the Giants bring back Burress?

    Win-win for Giants? Ron Fritz Baltimore Sun Some team is going to give Plaxico Burress a second (or is it third?) chance, so why not the Giants? The wide receiver certainly owes the team after spending 20 months in prison and missing the last...
  • Which NFL team has improved the most?

    Eagles look dreamy Dan Pompei Chicago Tribune If they passed out a Lombardi Trophy to the team that added the most talent since veteran player movement began, it would go to the Eagles. They added the best cornerback on the market in Nnamdi Asomugha,...
  • Baltimore Sports Blitz pre-preseason NFL power rankings

    Baltimore Sports Blitz pre-preseason NFL power rankings
    The lockout is over, the NFL is back, training camps have kicked off and free agency has died down after a frantic few days. Now that we have had a chance to survey the NFL landscape, we know which players to watch in 2011 and we have a pretty good idea...
  • Bloomberg On The Defensive Over Deputy Mayor's Resignation

    Bloomberg On The Defensive Over Deputy Mayor's Resignation
    Being mayor means never having to say you're sorry -- at least, that's Mayor Bloomberg's take on the mushrooming controversy over how he handled the resignation of a key deputy mayor, who was accused of domestic violence. For the second straight Sunday,...
  • Who will be in this season's Super Bowl?

     Who will be in this season's Super Bowl?
    Patriots vs. Packers Ken Murray Baltimore Sun In the AFC, Rex Ryan has painted a bull's-eye on his Jets. No question, his defense has credentials. But his passing game is vulnerable and his quarterback is shaky in the red zone. More likely, it will...