Ready To Play: Lions DB Alex Carter Discusses The Importance Of Clean Eating

Aug 17, 2017 | by CBS Local Sports

It’s a long and tough road to get to the NFL for most players, but it might be an even more difficult task to get yourself mentally and physically “Ready To Play” in the NFL week in and week out. As we work our way towards the start of the NFL season, we’re speaking with a different NFL player each week and getting ...

Young NBA star Jabari Parker shares message of diversity and love at anti-racism rally in Salt Lake City

Aug 15, 2017 | by Aaron Falk, The Salt Lake Tribune

Milwaukee Bucks forward Jabari Parker took the stage at Monday night’s anti-racism rally at Salt Lake City Hall, speaking briefly to the crowd of nearly 2,000 people about the importance of diversity and love in the wake of the violent white-supremacist gatherings over the weekend in Charlottesville, Va.

“I want to set the record straight: we all came here to build, not to destroy. ...

AC in the AM: 10 Questions With Mike Hull

Aug 15, 2017 | by Andy Cohen,

Mike Hull is a lesson to the younger players on this team. It can happen. You can make this team without getting drafted. You can go from the bottom of the depth chart to an important piece of the puzzle. Yes, you can dream big. 

“I think about how far I’ve come every day,” Hull says. 

He’s come even further this season, his ...

Texans wideout Dres Anderson follows father's path

Aug 14, 2017 | by Aaron Wilson, Houston Chronicle
Texans wideout Dres Anderson follows father's path

WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W.Va. - Dres Anderson broke across the middle, confident in his cuts and mindful of the nuances of convincingly selling his fakes to create separation from Carolina Panthers defensive backs.

It was a textbook route by the Texans wide receiver for a 22-yard reception on a pass from rookie quarterback Deshaun Watson during a preseason game. Anderson finished ...

Plumlee Headed to USA AmeriCup Training Camp

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Plumlee Headed to USA AmeriCup Training Camp

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – Former Duke center Marshall Plumlee is one of 16 players announced Monday by USA Basketball as attendees of the training camp that will be used to select the 2017 U.S. Men’s AmeriCup team.

Drew Stanton just ended Cardinals’ so-called backup QB battle

Aug 14, 2017 | by Craig Morgan,

GLENDALE, Ariz. — Cardinals coach Bruce Arians said Wednesday that Drew Stanton had nothing left to prove to him.

Stanton begged to differ.

“I feel like you always have something to prove, especially somebody in my position,” he said. “They’re always trying to find ways to replace you. They’re always trying to do different things to make this team better. That’s the ...

Josh McCown left the game and showed why Jets signed him

Aug 13, 2017 | by Brian Costello, New York Post

Josh McCown only played eight snaps in the Jets’ preseason-opening win over the Titans on Saturday night, but it would not be fair to say McCown left the game early.

Even after he traded in his helmet for a baseball cap, McCown stayed engaged in the game and was constantly in the ears of his younger counterparts, Christian Hackenberg and Bryce Petty. It ...

Meet the undrafted Jets wideout who impressed Steve Smith

Aug 12, 2017 | by Brian Costello, New York Post

Gabe Marks sat in his home in Venice Beach, Calif. watching the NFL draft, waiting for his name to call.

Marks had been a record-setting wide receiver at Washington State, but he watched round after round go by without hearing his name. He took to Twitter to air his frustration.

“Round 6. On it goes,” he tweeted.

Then, “production doesn’t matter.”

Eventually, the draft ...

Nate Orchard's new position is old hat after shining in preseason opener

Aug 12, 2017 | by Patrick Maks,

If it was easy to forget that Nate Orchard nearly led the nation in sacks at Utah, the third-year defensive end picked reminded everyone of that feat Thursday night.

Orchard, who missed most of the 2016 season with an ankle injury, shined in the Browns’ preseason opener against New Orleans, recording two tackles, a half sack and quarterback hurry.

It marked the first game ...

Former Razorback Moses Kingsley signs pro contract

Aug 12, 2017 | by

Former Arkansas men’s basketball All-SEC standout Moses Kingsley has signed a professional contract to play for the Antwerp Giants in Belgium.

Kingsley landed in Belgium on Saturday and the club announced his arrival as the team’s starting center for the 2017-18 season. He played for the Minnesota Timberwolves during the NBA Summer League in Las Vegas before signing to play in ...


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