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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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  • Despite injuries, Ravens secondary has gotten the job done

    Despite injuries, Ravens secondary has gotten the job done
    Four games into the season, first-round draft pick Jimmy Smith hasn’t played a down at cornerback, but the Ravens’ depleted secondary has, with one notable exception in Tennessee, weathered the early passing storm. With diminishing numbers in...
  • Time to start answering bell

    Have the Eagles assembled the "Dream Team," or is this another fantasy football roster built to disappoint? That's just one of the pressing questions heading into this NFL season. A few of the others: Did the lockout truly favor those teams with an...
  • Quick hits: Now that was a letdown

    Quick hits: Now <i>that</i> was a letdown
    The Ravens were flying high this week after their 35-7 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers in the season opener. But they crashed down to earth with a thud in an all-around ugly loss to the Tennessee Titans on Sunday afternoon. Here are my quick-hit thoughts...
  • Step into the rivalry: Ravens vs. Steelers

    Step into the rivalry: Ravens vs. Steelers
    After years of watching the Ravens and the Steelers play a series of violent, important, memorable football games, it's not hard to make the case that this AFC North clash is the best rivalry in sports. Even though it hasn't been around for as long some...
  • Story by Louis Washington

    The Associated Press Sports Editors has ended sessions Wednesday at Hampton University for its Day of Diversity where the topic of conversation was Michael Vick. As expected, the subject of race was discussed in depth. Among the panelists that had or...
  • Story by Christopher McManus: Michael Vick: From Turmoil to Triumph

    Redemption can be defined in a in the most simplistic of ways and to Michael Vick's concern, it's no different. Over two years has roughly passed since the Philadelphia Eagles star quarterback has made his transition from a vilified inmate who served his...
  • Will Chad Johnson get another chance?

    Divas still in demand Ron Fritz Baltimore Sun Will Chad Johnson get another shot in the NFL? I hope not. The tired acts of Terrell Owens, Plaxico Burress and Johnson need to be shelved for good. After allegedly assaulting his wife, Johnson should worry...
  • 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...
  • Surprise, surprise: Big Apple swept up in "Timsanity."

    Surprise, surprise: Big Apple swept up in "Timsanity."
    Shocking bulletin from the Big Apple: New York is officially agog at the Jets signing of Tim Tebow. "Linsanity" is so yesterday. Now it's all about "Timsanity." The New York media is reacting to the Jets' controversial signing in its usual under-stated...
  • Even after big day of signings, Ravens still looking to fill holes

    In a span of a couple of hours yesterday, the Ravens ended nearly a week of free agent silence, signing four players, who filled several holes and added much-needed depth. Jameel McClain, their starting inside linebacker the past two seasons, was the...
  • Enthusiasm level unaffected by lockout

     
    Think a labor stoppage might affect football the way it did baseball in 1995, when that sport returned to tens of thousands of fans disguised as empty seats? Think again. Unless an entire season is lost, which is unlikely, crowds......