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The Contra Costa TimesHere are my projections for Thursday night's first-round of the NFL draft in New York City. Give me your thoughts via live chat at noon on Monday at http://www.mercurynews.com/sports: 1. Chiefs: OT Luke Joeckel (Texas A&M). Alex Smith's new team will...
Given that the Ravens have made a trade in the first round of the draft five times in the past seven years, most fans are well aware there is a chance the team could trade out of the first round again Thursday night. A deep but unspectacular class of...
The Kansas City StarThe third day of the NFL Draft will be critical to the Chiefs' finding adequate depth at the offensive skill positions. The club is set at running back with two-time Pro Bowler Jamaal Charles; they've re-signed wide receiver Dwayne Bowe and added Donnie...
The Kansas City StarThe Chiefs signaled their thoughts on this year's available college quarterbacks when, despite holding the first overall pick in the NFL Draft, they traded for Alex Smith and signed Chase Daniel. Their intentions for that pick, at least when it comes to...
KWCH 12 Eyewitness SportsAlex Smith has been relishing his chance to get on the field with the Kansas City Chiefs. Even if it's April, and only for three days - all without pads. The former San Francisco 49ers quarterback has been itching for the moment ever since he learned...
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The Kansas City StarFour years ago, Eric Fisher was a lightly regarded high school recruit whose best offer to play college football came from Central Michigan University in Mt. Pleasant, Mich. But Fisher was the toast of the football world on Thursday night when the...
KWCH 12 Eyewitness SportsI can’t help but wonder what it takes to push someone to the point where they would wantonly take innocent lives. When an act seems so senseless, how can one possibly rationalize the need for it? I consider myself a forgiving person, but it's acts...
SOFTBALL San Marino 5, South Pasadena 2 (nine innings): The visiting Titans scored three runs in the top of the ninth inning to register a Rio Hondo League victory. The Titans (12-4-1, 4-2 in league) finished with 10 hits. Michelle Floyd had three...
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Thursday, April 11, 2013 PREP BASEBALL Hancock 11, Bishop Walsh 0 CUMBERLAND, Md. — Nate Souders pitched a complete game with nine strikeouts to lead Hancock in a shutout of Bishop Walsh on Thursday. “I’ve never seen a better...
The Kansas City StarThree reasons why Manti Te'o fell to the second round Let's be clear. It had little to do with the fake girlfriend hoax that embarrassed Te'o, who compounded the problem when he lied about it once he discovered he had been "catfished." But it was a...
The Kansas City StarTennessee's Tyler Bray has so many of the qualities NFL scouts like to see in a starting quarterback that he should have been drafted: a big arm, classic size (6-feet-6, 232 pounds) and plenty of college production. Bray has enough negatives that he...
BASEBALL Maranatha 6, Village Christian 2: Daniel Rasmussen finished with three hits Friday to lead the visiting Minutemen to an Olympic League victory. Maranatha starting pitcher Walter Harris went five innings and allowed one earned run to get the win...
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