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Jerry Rice

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  • Leopards' Scheuerman on Rice Award list

     
    If Ross Scheuerman is surprised that he has made such a big impact so early in his Lafayette career, imagine how he'll feel when he hears his reputation is now nation wide. Here's a release from the Patriot League concerning......
  • Good, bad and ugly draft-day decisions from the war room

    Cleveland Browns Sometimes knowing too much about a draft prospect can become harmful. That's the lesson Butch Davis and his right-hand man, Pete Garcia, learned when they were running the Browns' draft room. Cleveland desperately needed a running back...
  • The toughest catch

    Wide receiver is a position known for high-profile draft busts such as Charles Rogers, David Terrell and Mike Williams, players picked in the top 10 who never became productive regulars, much less stars. "It has the highest mortality rate of any position...
  • Art Modell in running for Hall of Fame

    For the sixth time in seven years, former Ravens majority owner Art Modell is among the 25 semifinalists for the Hall of Fame. The list for the class of 2010 will be cut to 15 finalists Jan. 7, and the selection committee will announce the inductees Feb....
  • Is Iverson just short-term Answer for Sixers?

    Is Iverson just short-term Answer for Sixers?
    Allen Iverson's return to Philadelphia feels like the same situation we witnessed in Memphis, only with a longer fuse. Iverson returns to the city he considers his professional home, the site of his greatest successes and triumphs. He figures to get a...
  • A larger than life Cavs duo

    CLEVELAND — One is the King, a reigning MVP who at age 24 needs only a championship to complete his résumé. The other is a larger-than-life personality who may be past the prime of his career but remains an undeniable force and hungers for a fifth...
  • With Ed Block foundation, differing visions

    With Ed Block foundation, differing visions
    This should be the best time of year for the Ed Block Courage Award Foundation. A pack of NFL stars are on their way to Baltimore to be honored by the foundation tomorrow and to spend time with abused children. Thousands of eyes will turn to Ed Block...
  • Christopher Newport earns first win of season, beats Shenandoah 28-13

    Matt Long to T.J. Foster might not be Joe Montana to Jerry Rice, but hearing that combination over the public address system repeatedly Saturday night at Shentel Stadium sure sounded sweet to the Christopher Newport University football team. The senior...
  • Ravens Q&A with cornerback Chris Carr

    Ravens Q&A with cornerback Chris Carr
    Each Wednesday we'll bring you a Q&A with a Ravens player to help you learn a little more about the team. Today's guest is cornerback Chris Carr, who's started all four of the Ravens' games this season and compiled 17 tackles, talks about the...
  • Brian Billick looks back — and ahead

    Brian Billick looks back — and ahead
    This Q&A is part of a special commemorative edition that will publish in print Friday and will be rolled out online and for mobile devices throughout the day Thursday. We invite you to pick up the paper Friday and to check back on our site and mobile site...
  • Q&A: Hoag remains in game

    Mr. Irrelevant XXVIII, preparing for his second season in the UFL, visits Newport Beach to support Toone, Irrelevant Week. When Ryan Hoag recently racked up enough airline flight miles to gain a free flight, he knew where he wanted to go: Newport Beach....