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After becoming Miami's head coach last winter, Tony Sparano spent long days in the film room evaluating every single play by every Dolphins player in every game from a 1-15 season. Talk about excruciating work. Sparano reached the same conclusion as...
When did the NFL allow offensive players to move a fumbled ball beyond the point of the fumble? It seems to me that the rule has always been that when the offense recovers its own fumble, they cannot advance the ball. Thanks Jerry. --Eric, Lakemoor, Ill....
O, by the WaySt. Louis Rams' head coach Scott Linehan became the second casualty of a horrible start joining former Detroit Lions' president Matt Millen. A week ago, Millen was fired for the ongoing futility of that franchise and today, Linehan was let......
Tribune staff reporterAre you ready for some old-school football? Monday night's Ravens-Steelers game will offer a version of "3 yards and a cloud of dust," but without the yards.The NFL's top defense faces a limping Pittsburgh offense without running back Willie Parker and a...
Sun StaffLike their leader Ray Lewis, the Ravens were pushed around, punched and left bloodied. The Ravens' 27-24 loss to the previously winless Kansas City Chiefs last night at M&T Bank Stadium delivered a nationwide statement that the defending AFC North...
Tribune staff reporterBased on the most significant playing time of his fledgling pro career, Cade McNown's rookie season will be nothing if not suspenseful. And the Bears are sure to follow. Youthful 3-yard touchdown run. Two rookie interceptions. Dramatic 20-yard touchdown...
Tags: Sports, Cade McNown, Jeff Wilkins, Todd Lyght, Bobby Engram
South Florida Sun-SentinelThe sound emanating from the St. Louis Rams on Sunday went from Whooooosh! to Whew! in Super Bowl XXXIV. The Rams used a combination of superior offensive speed and a last-second defensive stop at the 1-yard line to post a thrilling 23-16 victory over...
Tags: Sports, Drew Bledsoe, Anthony Dorsett, Mike Jones, NFL Preseason
Orlando SentinelIt was enough to make a grown man cry. Only Dick Vermeil didn't. At least not immediately. That was the one real upset of the Rams win in Super Bowl XXXIV. Vermeil completed a long, winding and improbable journey Sunday. His walked off the field a...
The Associated PressThe call was twins right, ace right 999 halfback balloon. Isaac Bruce streaked down the field, caught Kurt Warner's underthrown pass at the Tennessee 38 in front of stumbling cornerback Denard Walker, then raced into the end zone for a 73-yard...
Tags: Sports, Denard Walker, Mike Jones, Jeff Fisher, Super Bowl
The Associated PressKurt Warner laughs at the suggestion that this season of his is some kind of fairy tale, a farfetched script dreamed up by a writer with a vivid imagination. "I don't think of it as a Hollywood story,'' he said after finishing it off Sunday with the...
Tags: Sports, Super Bowl, Joe Namath, Terry Bradshaw, Isaac Bruce
South Florida Sun-SentinelNothing, including half-dressed hookers posing seductively from windows along the Red Light zone of Amsterdam, was going to keep Kurt Warner from Sunday church. I just put my head down and moved quickly through there, the St. Louis Rams quarterback...
ChicagoSports.comA couple of quick impressions before we get to the football game, the Bears' finale. This place is quite red and great ribs. OK, that's it. Football time. First quarter Dangerous return man Dante Hall returns the opening kickoff 44 yards, but the Chiefs...
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