1. Titans' Attention Shifts to Defense

    Having bolstered their offensive line with guard Chance Warmack, the Titans are likely to look more toward the defensive side of the ball on the second day of the NFL Draft. Cornerback, safety and defensive line could all be in play...

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  2. Titans: Chance Warmack Was 'Our Guy All Along'

    Chance Warmack got his wish, and the Titans got their man. Warmack, a guard from Atlanta who was an integral player on the University of Alabama's three national championship ...

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  3. Grigson Gets High Marks for Choice of Werner, but Some Questions, Too

    Here's a sample of what other media are saying about the Colts' first-round choice of Florida State defensive end Bjoern Werner in the NFL Draft...

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  4. Colts QB Regret Easy to Say Now for Bill Polian

    It's been 14 months since Bill Polian was fired as Indianapolis Colts president. He's since become a sexy media soundbite...

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  5. Werner Felt an Immediate Connection with Pagano

    The connection was immediate. Coach Chuck Pagano was looking for the Indianapolis Colts ' next pass-rush threat, perhaps the player to replace Dwight Freeney...

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  6. 10 Things to Know About DeAndre Hopkins

    You'll get to know a lot more about him in the coming days, but for now, here are a few nuggets to help you get to know the newest member of the Texans ...

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  7. Eifert Gives Andy Dalton What He Needs

    Audacious shovelfuls of shameless hype aside, the better your NFL team is today, the less you needed to worry about the player it drafted Thursday night. By that measure, the Bengals shouldn't have kept you from your sweet dreams...

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  8. Local Cincinnati Product Tank Carradine Remains Undrafted

    Once word broke Taft High product Tank Carradine tore his ACL in November for Florida State worries started circulating it would push the explosive defensive end out of what appeared to be a first-round lock...

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  9. Newsome on McClain: 'We're Still Working Our Way Through It'

    The status of Ravens middle linebacker Rolando McClain remains a fluid situation. McClain is out on bail after being arrested last week in his hometown of Decatur, Ala., and charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest...

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  10. Can Browns Avoid Taking QB on Day 2?

    In the hours leading up to the start of the NFL draft, the reports varied from the Cleveland Browns drafting West Virginia's Geno Smith in the first round to the team trading for New England Patriots backup quarterback Ryan Mallett...

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  11. Browns Player Apologizes for Soliciting Arrest

    Cleveland Browns linebacker Quentin Groves has apologized following his citation on a soliciting charge stemming from what police called a prostitution sting...

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  12. Browns Owner Haslam Speaks at Draft Event

    Barkevious Mingo walked into Radio City Music Hall for the NFL draft wearing a brown tie and orange pocket square in his suit jacket. Even before the Browns called his name, he looked like a perfect fit...

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  13. Ben Revere Sits Out with Sore Quadriceps

    Phillies centerfielder Ben Revere did not start for the first time this season in Thursday's 6-4 loss to the Pittsburgh Pirates at Citizens Bank Park. Revere said he has a quadriceps injury that worsened Wednesday during a 5-3 loss to the Pirates..

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  14. Utley Among Trade Candidates

    The trade market is a long way from evolving, leaving many weeks for the Tampa Bay Rays to determine when they'll begin earnestly marketing David Price, whether it be before the July 31 deadline or in the fall...

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  15. Is Phillies Window About to Shut?

    The Philadelphia Phillies will be one of the most-talked-about teams in baseball leading up to the July 31 non-waiver trade deadline — whether they're buying, selling, or doing some of both...

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  16. Dunlap Latest Ex-Wildcat Staffer to Lose Head Coaching Job

    I figured it was worth noting before this season that five members of the Arizona Wildcats' interim staffs of 2007-08 and 2008-09 had become head coaches. Now, with Mike Dunlap's quick ouster in Charlotte, three of those five have been fired...

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  17. Wildcats Likely Out for Tulane Transfer

    Arizona might have assembled the kind of talent that is making it a potential No. 1 seed next season (at least that's what ESPN's Joe Lunardi says), but that talent could also be affecting recruiting...

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  18. Ex-Cats Help Vipers to Finals of D-League

    When former Arizona Wildcats player and assistant coach Matt Brase hits the airport to pick up a new player for his D-League club, there's often a stopover on the way back...

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  19. Nassib Will Be 3rd Syracuse Player Ever Drafted as a QB

    It's amazing how little talent Syracuse has developed at quarterback. Or it's impressive the success Syracuse has had without marquee quarterbacks. Half empty? Or half full? Your call...

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  20. Which Cuse Players Had Disappointing Careers After High NFL Draft Picks?

    With the NFL draft just one day away, we're picking out some of the best and worst draft selections in Syracuse history. Tuesday, we highlighted the good, the ones who perhaps overachieved when considering their slotting in the NFL Draft...

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  21. Scott Shafer: 'Hell Yeah. We Have a QB Controversy'

    The competition moves forward. Syracuse coach Scott Shafer said it after the spring game, said it again Thursday during an ACC conference call, and with the way college football ...

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  22. Khaseem Greene Prepared to Hear His Name Called in First Three Rounds

    Khaseem Greene was headed to have dinner with his mom on Sunday evening, and he had something important to tell her...

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  23. Q&A with Rutgers' LB Jamal Merrell

    Rutgers linebacker Jamal Merrell goes into the spring game Saturday as one of the elder statesmen on a defense that lost many of its key players...

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  24. Mullen Looking for Edge from Mississippi State Underclassmen

    With 11 seniors on the roster, Mississippi State coach Dan Mullen is already hoping that more underclassmen than usual find a way to play with that “desperate” edge he often sees from seniors in their last season...

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  25. Mississippi State's Banks, Slay Among Draft's Best at Corner

    Johnthan Banks and Darius Slay know a little something about pressure. The Mississippi State cornerbacks are used to walking into stadiums filled with more than 90,000 opposing fans and trying to shut down the other team's best wide receivers...

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