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Ricky Williams

Miami Dolphins running back Ricky Williams was born May 21, 1977 in San Diego, California. He won the 1998 Heisman Trophy as the best player in college football for his skill playing at the University of Texas.
Miami Dolphins running back Ricky Williams was born May 21, 1977 in San Diego, California. He won the 1998 Heisman Trophy as the best player in college football for his skill playing at the University of Texas. « Show less

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  • Ravens notes: Salary cap won't prevent team from filling needs

    Ravens notes: Salary cap won't prevent team from filling needs
    With free agency set to begin on March 13, there have been a lot of questions about where the Ravens sit with the salary cap. That cap hasn’t been officially set, though it’s expected to be similar to last year’s number. Either way,...
  • Reed tells Ravens that he's returning for 11th NFL season

    Reed tells Ravens that he's returning for 11th NFL season
    Any concern that the Ravens’ Ed Reed might follow Ricky Williams’ lead and retire ended recently when the perennial Pro Bowl safety spoke with coach John Harbaugh and confirmed that he plans to return for an 11th NFL season. That was the...
  • Harbaugh doesn't expect Rice to hold out, says Ravens are preparing offer for Grubbs

    Harbaugh doesn't expect Rice to hold out, says Ravens are preparing offer for Grubbs
    Our Ravens beat writer, Jeff Zrebiec, is currently scurrying around Indianapolis trying to figure out who the team might be looking to draft. He’ll catch up with Ravens officials soon – general manager Ozzie Newsome is speaking to reporters...
  • Ravens news, notes and opinions

    Ravens news, notes and opinions
    This is probably pretty obvious, but it’s important enough to mention that the next 32 hours will be huge in the Ravens’ quest to retain Pro Bowl left guard Ben Grubbs. The Ravens have made what both sides have acknowledged was a substantial...
  • Ask Mike: Do the Dolphins show enough attention to detail?

    Ask Mike: Do the Dolphins show enough attention to detail?
    Ask Mike! SunSentinel Dolphins Writer Mike Berardino answers YOUR questions about the team! You can read his latest comments below. To submit your question, e-mail here. Please include your name, city and state with each question. -------------------...
  • Texas to retire Colt McCoy’s number

     
    Texas to retire Colt McCoy's number Texas will retire Colt McCoy's No. 12 jersey during the Longhorns game against Baylor on Oct. 30....
  • Warren Henry snags Chris Bosh as its latest brand ambassador

     
    Miami Heat forward Chris Bosh is racking up endorsement deals. He???s become the newest Brand Ambassador for Warren Henry Automobiles, joining Miami Dolphins wide receiver Brandon Marshall, who was added to the company???s roster in August. Bosh will...
  • Daunte Culpepper one of four key Knights to be honored during UCF’s homecoming game against Rice Saturday

     
    Daunte Culpepper one of four key Knights to be honored during UCF's homecoming game against Rice Saturday...
  • Ricky Williams re-elected union rep; Dolphins vote to decertify union

     
    The Miami Dolphins became the latest team ??? and last of Florida???s three NFL teams -- to approve decertifying the union, if a new players??? contract is not forged with NFL owners by March 3, an NFL Players Association spokesman......
  • Q&A with Alabama RB Trent Richardson

     
    Q&A with Alabama RB Trent Richardson After two season as the backup to Heisman Trophy winner Mark Ingram, junior Trent Richardson will step forward to take over the starting running back duties this season for Alabama. Richardson, who rushed for 700...
  • LeBron, D-Wade fall out of top 10 most marketable NBA players; Dirk tops Nielsen list

     
    The nationwide disdain directed toward the Miami Heat as they lost the NBA Finals led to a steep decline in the endorsement potential of their biggest stars. LeBron James and Dwyane Wade have fallen out of the top 10......