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Tribune staff reporterAs bad as the Bears looked for most of Monday night, the stunning manner in which they stole a 24-23 victory from the Arizona Cardinals only enhanced the perception that this might be their year. On a night when Rex Grossman turned the ball over six...
I heard all the rumors about Thomas Jones (which would be the end of the Bear's offense) being traded because he is unhappy and also that the Bears are unlikely to get a contract extension set up for Briggs. Is this because of agent Drew Rosenhaus or do...
In the fourth quarter of the Independence Bowl, Oklahoma State versus Alabama, the QB threw a backward pass to the left tackle who ran it in for a touchdown. The commentators had an official explain that anyone is eligible to receive a backward pass since...
Sun reporterThe Ravens were 74 seconds away from stealing a victory. One play later, their players and coaches were screaming they got robbed.Playing without four starters - including team leader Ray Lewis - the undermanned Ravens shocked a sellout RCA Dome crowd by...
Sun StaffINDIANAPOLIS - The Ravens didn't let Peyton Manning beat them. They did the work for him. The Ravens' 20-10 loss to the Indianapolis Colts last night was the result of critical third-quarter lapses on defense and special teams, not the hottest...
Tribune staff reporterJim Miller needed neither ammunition nor anyone's permission to gloat Sunday. The point was so obvious, it barely needed to be made. Miller took the same team, the same teammates and essentially the same offense and did what Cade McNown had largely...
Latimes.com ColumnistThe thing that makes 1999 different in pro football is that it's the year of the young quarterback. And for the NFL's numerous new young leaders, the learning curve has been a league-wide happening. In one conspicuous case Sunday, the new Miami...
The indications as to which direction they would take in the draft were evident well before they made their first selection. The Dolphins had spent the weeks prior to the draft adding bulk and power to the offensive side of the football, and they...
ChicagoSports.comHey, the Bears are on CBS today, just like the old days. Who can forget Brent, Irv and Jimmy the Greek when it was the NFC on CBS. Can the Bears contain Peyton Manning today? They have to keep him off the field and the Bears can accomplish that by...
Tags: Defense, Television, CBS Corp., Hunter Smith, Weather
Tribune pro football reporterAll the running backs in the AFC South have something to prove, none more than Edgerrin James. After James had reconstructive knee surgery Nov. 24, the Colts brought him along slowly in the exhibition season with the expectation that last year's 1,100-...
Tags: Eddie George, NFL Preseason, Sports, Fred Taylor, Peyton Manning
Tribune pro football reporterThe AFC South is the Lost Division. The Indianapolis Colts, who used to play in Baltimore, are farther north than Cincinnati or Baltimore of the AFC North. The Tennessee Titans used to be the Houston Oilers. The Houston Texans have now filled the void as...
Sentinel Staff WriterARIZONA CARDINALS 2002 RECORD: 5-11. WHEN: July 25. WHERE: Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, Ariz. WHO'S NEW: Emmitt Smith, the Dallas icon who last year became the league's career rushing leader, was released in March and opted for pro football...
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