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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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  • 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......
  • Ronnie Brown signs with Philadelphia Eagles

     
    Ronnie Brown signs with Philadelphia Eagles. The running lback started all 16 games for the Miami Dolphins last season and finished with 734 yards, five touchdowns and 33 receptions....
  • Donovan McNabb Gets Cheers, Not Jeers, in Philadelphia

    Donovan McNabb Gets Cheers, Not Jeers, in Philadelphia
    Donovan McNabb tried to play it all down. In the end, after he made himself right at home in Philadelphia, it became clear this was not just another road trip. McNabb drew a standing ovation from the fans of his former team when he was introduced...
  • Coffee Companion (8/9): Ravens sign Ricky; O's cough one up

    Coffee Companion (8/9): Ravens sign Ricky; O's cough one up
    Each morning, Monday through Friday, I'll hook you up with reading material to skim through as you slug down coffee and slack off at the start of your workday -- that way I'll have an excuse to do the same at the start of mine.   Running it back:...
  • Ravens QB Tyrod Taylor to play most of preseason opener vs. Eagles

    Quarterback Joe Flacco is scheduled to play the first quarter of the Ravens' preseason opener at the Philadelphia Eagles on Thursday night. Backups Tyrod Taylor and Hunter Cantwell know how much playing time they will get, too. Taylor, a rookie from...
  • Taylor can show the Ravens that they don't need a backup QB

    Taylor can show the Ravens that they don't need a backup QB
    There will be no shortage of intriguing players to watch Thursday night when the Ravens play the Eagles in their first preseason game of the summer. Sergio Kindle. Torrey Smith. Domonique Foxworth. Terrence Cody. Ricky Williams. But the young man I'll...
  • Pre-snap read: Ravens vs. Eagles

    Pre-snap read: Ravens vs. Eagles
    The NFL preseason is already upon us -- the days have been flying by since the lockout ended, haven’t they? -- and the Ravens’ exhibition opener against the Eagles is one of a handful of games on Thursday night’s slate. If it was the...
  • Rookie QB Taylor has room for improvement

    Rookie QB Taylor has room for improvement
    Tyrod Taylor's debut in the NFL did little to quell sentiment that the Ravens need a veteran presence behind starter Joe Flacco. After leaving Virginia Tech as the school's all-time passer, Taylor got a rude welcome from the Philadelphia Eagles in...
  • David Reed hoping to make impact for Ravens at receiver

    David Reed hoping to make impact for Ravens at receiver
    On the same day that David Reed was activated from the Ravens' physically-unable-to-perform list, the second-year wide receiver expressed his wish to be a more regular member of the offense. "That's what I am," he said after Monday's practice at the...
  • Tuesday's Ravens camp highlights

    Tuesday's Ravens camp highlights
    MISSED OPPORTUNITIES: During a full-team exercise, quarterback Joe Flacco tried to float a pass to his left, where running back Ricky Williams was open. But outside linebacker Paul Kruger stepped in front of Williams and returned the interception about 40...
  • Joe Flacco thinks of himself as a top-five NFL quarterback

    Joe Flacco thinks of himself as a top-five NFL quarterback
    Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco appeared on "The Scott Van Pelt Show" on Wednesday, and he talked about a bunch of things with fill-in host Doug Gottlieb, including January's playoff loss to the Steelers, the additions of Lee Evans and Ricky Williams and...