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  • JaMarcus Russell heads list of draft busts this century

    No NFL team wants to draft another JaMarcus Russell. His size, skill and natural talent made the former LSU quarterback an easy choice for the No. 1 overall pick by the Oakland Raiders in 2007. But Russell flopped. He lasted only three seasons in...
  • Running backs are no longer top NFL draft picks

    A running back stands a good chance at being a first-round selection at some point Thursday night in the NFL draft. If so, what was once an annual occurrence will become an occasion for celebrating. After all, it has been three years since it last...
  • NFL draft preview: AFC and NFC West team needs

    NFL draft preview: AFC and NFC West team needs
    The draft will be held Thursday, Friday and Saturday in Chicago. Times NFL writer Sam Farmer examines team needs by division. Today, in the last of four parts, the West divisions: AFC West Protecting Peyton Manning is paramount, so the Denver Broncos...
  • UCLA's Brett Hundley out to change notion QB draft class lacks depth

    UCLA's Brett Hundley out to change notion QB draft class lacks depth
    Even though they can all throw the long ball, quarterbacks in this NFL draft class don't go deep. Yes, quarterbacks could be selected 1-2 for just the sixth time in the modern era. Yet the talent pool in this class is far from overflowing. There are...
  • Knowledge seekers don't get cheated at Western Springs science fair

    Knowledge seekers don't get cheated at Western Springs science fair
    If Laidlaw School fifth-grader Aiden Mear were NFL commissioner, the Seattle Seahawks would have another Vince Lombardi trophy, or the Indianapolis Colts and New England Patriots would be playing an unprecedented do-over game. That is because Mear and...
  • Anna Wilson continues family athletic tradition (Oh, her brother is QB Russell Wilson)

    Anna Wilson continues family athletic tradition (Oh, her brother is QB Russell Wilson)
    HAMPTON — Anna Wilson is the first to admit that she doesn't have it all figured out. With a broad and capable support system, not to mention her own gifts, bet on her doing well. Wilson, one of the top-rated junior guards in the nation, is...
  • Tony Romo's guarantee brings back memories of famous last words

    Tony Romo's guarantee brings back memories of famous last words
    It wasn't Joe Namath at the Miami Touchdown Club in 1969, but Tony Romo's Super Bowl guaranteeĀ at a recent awards dinner at the Omni Dallas Hotel certainly got our attention. It also calls to mind other memorable vows of victory -- some that turned out to...
  • Ex-NFL star Jerramy Stevens pleads to DUI charges; wife Hope Solo was in van

    Ex-NFL star Jerramy Stevens pleads to DUI charges; wife Hope Solo was in van
    Former NFL player Jerramy Stevens -- the husband of U.S. soccer star Hope Solo -- pleaded no contest Thursday to drunk driving charges, authorities said. Stevens, 35, entered the plea on two misdemeanor counts: driving with a .08% blood-alcohol...
  • NHL must take responsibility for insomnia

    NHL must take responsibility for insomnia
    The playoffs are here, both the Blackhawks and Bulls are rolling, and I have only one complaint. Scheduling. We know this isn't going to be easy. Especially for the Blackhawks, these games are tight and likely going into overtime. So, may I...
  • Ravens running back Justin Forsett preparing for competition to arrive via NFL draft

    The Ravens' offensive backfield is expected to become slightly more crowded following the NFL draft. Although the Ravens signed running backĀ Justin Forsett to a three-year, $9 million contract in March to be their starter, they're likely to reinforce...
  • Hard to project exact success of reloaded Philadelphia Eagles

    Hard to project exact success of reloaded Philadelphia Eagles
    Five probable new starters on defense, at least three on offense, including quarterback and running back, and a reconfigured wide receiver corps best describes the product the Philadelphia Eagles are expected to put on the field in September. This...