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Alan Faneca and Rocky Bleier among the five people named to the Steelers Hall of Honor

Jul 28, 2018 | by RAY FITTIPALDO, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

The inaugural class for the Steelers’ Hall of Honor featured team founder Art Rooney, former team president and chairman Dan Rooney, legendary coach Chuck Noll and 23 former players, many of whom are enshrined along with the trio in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

The second class for the Steelers’ Hall of Honor has a strong scouting flavor. Art Rooney, ...

Nothing changes with Trevor Siemian's preparation now that he's QB2

Jul 26, 2018 | by Kyle Ratke, Vikings Wire

For the last two seasons, quarterback Trevor Siemian has entered the seasons in quarterback battles with the Denver Broncos.

And seemingly, he won both of them, starting 24 out of 32 games, winning 13 of those starts.

After being traded to the Vikings this offseason, Siemian will not be the starting quarterback. Kirk Cousins and his $84 million deal has that.

It’s a ...

Adventures in Tampa BBQ with Bucs’ Center Ryan Jensen

Jul 25, 2018 | by Carmen Vitali, Buccaneers.com
Adventures in Tampa BBQ with Bucs’ Center Ryan Jensen

A certified BBQ aficionado, Bucs’ center Ryan Jensen knows his way around a barbecue. He first picked up the hobby from his mom and the Food Network. Over the years, he’s perfected it in various ways ranging from firsthand tutoring by true grill masters and the good old ‘trial-and-error’ method.

Falcons Sign Head Coach Dan Quinn to 3-Year Contract Extensions

Jul 25, 2018 | by Timothy Rapp, Bleacher Report
Falcons Sign Head Coach Dan Quinn to 3-Year Contract Extensions

The Atlanta Falcons announced Wednesday that head coach Dan Quinn and general manager Thomas Dimitroff have been signed to three-year contract extensions, keeping them with the team through the 2022 season. 

We have signed GM Thomas Dimitroff and Head Coach Dan Quinn to three-year extensions through the 2022 season.

Barcelona lands All-EuroLeague playmaker Pangos

Jul 25, 2018 | by Euroleague.net
Barcelona lands All-EuroLeague playmaker Pangos

Kevin Pangos FC Barcelona Lassa added another weapon to its backcourt with the signing of All-EuroLeague point guard Kevin Pangos to a two-year deal. Pangos (1.88 meters, 25 years old) arrives from Zalgiris Kaunas, where he averaged 12.7 points on 47.5% three-point shooting and 5.9 assists in 36 EuroLeague games last season. He ranked third in the league in assists ...

Former Tennessee star Jarnell Stokes talks China, NBA future

Jul 25, 2018 | by Wes Rucker, 24/7 Sports
Former Tennessee star Jarnell Stokes talks China, NBA future

Much of Jarnell Stokes’ career on the basketball court about has been spent figuring out who he was as a player. The former Tennessee star has always been an elite rebounder but always hoped to spend more time on the perimeter, and he’s recently refocused his efforts toward being an elite rebounder at the professional level.

Jared Dudley Looking Forward To Playing For Nets Coach Kenny Atkinson

Jul 25, 2018 | by Tom Dowd, BrooklynNets.com
Jared Dudley Looking Forward To Playing For Nets Coach Kenny Atkinson

Jared Dudley almost became a Net two years ago. And the reason then is the same reason he's happy to be in Brooklyn today: coach Kenny Atkinson.

How Kurt Warner's wedding and honeymoon derailed his chance to become a Chicago Bear

Jul 24, 2018 | by The Heat Index, AZcentral.com

Kurt Warner is an Arizona Cardinals legend, but did you know he was almost with the Chicago Bears?

In a sit-down interview on "Undeniable with Joe Buck," Warner talks about how he was offered a tryout with the Bears.

“I had been waiting three years for an NFL tryout,” Warner said in clips provided by the show. “When they called, I was like when and where, I’m ...

How Enes Kanter Uses NBA Twitter as a Weapon for Human Rights

Jul 23, 2018 | by Yaron Weitzman, Bleacher Report
How Enes Kanter Uses NBA Twitter as a Weapon for Human Rights

Ryan Jensen says he's ready to be a 'tone-setter' for Bucs

Jul 22, 2018 | by Bonnie Bott, Bucs Wire

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers made Ryan Jensen the highest paid center in the NFL when they signed him to a four-year, $42 million contract in March in their effort to improve the offensive line’s struggles.

As a result, Jensen has made it clear that he’s determined to do everything in his power to aid this team and help them rally for ...

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