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The most curious NFL news Sunday was that the league is investigating the San Diego Chargers for using Stick 'em, the glue-like goop that helps players hang on to the football. The Fox report said an equipment manager was concealing the substance on...
Tags: Cancer, Sam Farmer, Victor Cruz, Pat Shurmur, Football
Special to Latimes.comUnless you play in a league of Tibetan monks or with people whose surnames are Hilton, you aren't likely to assemble a dream team of Peyton Manning, LaDainian Tomlinson, Priest Holmes, Randy Moss and Antonio Gates in your fantasy draft. The most you can...
Special to Latimes.comIt's no wonder so many of our neighbors south of the border resent us. We finally consent to playing a real professional football game in Mexico, and we send the Cardinals and the 49ers? Don't be surprised if the American ambassador is expelled by week'...
Special to Latimes.comIt's happening, isn't it? You're starting to feel different. You can't check your email without also hitting one of your favorite Web sites. Your competitors are already talking smack, and you've even started plotting strategy in your dreams. Can't...
Latimes.com ColumnistOf the NFL teams still alive in the long march toward the Super Bowl, the St. Louis Rams (8-5) face by far the most difficult remaining schedule: Minnesota (11-2), Tampa Bay (8-5) and New Orleans (8-5). But at least they'll get NFL leader Minnesota at...
Latimes.com ColumnistOn the morning after the Monday night game, they were saying in the Windy City that the owners of the Chicago Bears have humiliated them twice. Cited first is the madeover $365-million stadium. Though comfortable to sit in, new Soldier Field has prompted...
Latimes.com ColumnistThe 7-0 Kansas City Chiefs went through the entire game at Oakland Monday night without taking any chances. And that's one good way for the better team to play it. By contrast, the underdog, 2-5 Raiders should have been looking for places to gamble, to...
Tags: Jake Plummer, Steve McNair, Football, Terrell Davis, Isaac Bruce
Milwaukee Journal SentinelGREEN BAY, Wis. Based on talent alone, some personnel men and special-teams coaches say Louisiana State's Brad Wing should be the first punter selected in the National Football League draft. Wing probably won't be, however, because of off-field...
The Oakland TribuneALAMEDA, Calif. Charles Woodson has no intention of being an aging mentor playing out his golden years in silver and black. "I would have just retired if I thought I couldn't go out there and be the best player on the field," Woodson said Wednesday by...
Tags: Walnuts, Football, NFL Pro Bowl, Tony Bergstrom, Reggie McKenzie
The Pittsburgh Tribune-ReviewNumerous NFL teams will be looking for the next Blair Walsh in the NFL Draft. Except they won't want to pay too much for him, and that means anything other than a late-round pick. If that. Arguably, kickers can single-handedly influence a game...
The Baltimore SunIt was a heady rookie season for Ravens kicker Justin Tucker, a successful run capped by a Super Bowl victory. First the undrafted rookie from Texas beat out former Pro Bowl kicker Billy Cundiff in a training camp competition. Then Tucker connected on...
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