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Topic - Bruce Matthews
Texas A&M offensive tackle Jake Matthews will be the seventh member of his family to play in the NFL if he is drafted as expected in May.
NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. (AP) — Texas A&M left tackle Jake Matthews won the Bobby Bowden Award on Friday, presented for high performance on the field, in class and in the community.
Forget the playoffs. There's a highly competitive race going on at the bottom of the NFL standings that could have as much impact on the franchises involved as winning a Super Bowl can have for the contenders.
The longest hiking trail in the U.S. stops 40 miles short of its most famous cousin, but a group is trying to bridge that gap.
Titans coach Mike Munchak had a big smile on his face when he left the team headquarters Wednesday night after daylong meetings with Peyton Manning.
The Philadelphia Eagles can't have Clay Matthews, so they drafted his brother.
Tennessee coach Mike Munchak is closer to filling out his coaching staff after hiring four new assistants, including Dave Ragone as wide receivers coach.
Kevin Matthews says it was a bit intimidating walking past his father's old spot just inside the door at the Tennessee Titans' locker room and being coached by a man who watched him grow up.
"This 40-mile gap is a gap in the system," said Bruce Matthews, executive director of the Michigan-based North Country Trail Association, which is working with the National Park Service, Vermont's Green Mountain Club and others to build the new connecting trail. "There's no logical reason for it."
"With the North Country, it's more of an immersion in the people and how they have eked a living out of the hardships of the North Country than it is climbing from mountaintop to mountaintop," Mr. Matthews said.