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Topic - Bruce Smith
With hundreds of pictures and mementos on display honoring Buffalo Bills' late owner Ralph Wilson, Bruce Smith couldn't resist bringing one more on Saturday.
Back in the agent business after a lengthy personal detour, Leigh Steinberg's first new football client is, naturally, a quarterback.
His nickname belied his calling. David "Deacon" Jones was the most feared member of the Fearsome Foursome, the original sackmaster.
A former worker at a South Dakota beef processor is suing ABC News, celebrity chef Jamie Oliver and a food blogger, saying their use of the phrase "pink slime" to describe one of the company's products led to the loss of his job.
A former worker at a South Dakota beef processor is suing ABC News, celebrity chef Jamie Oliver and a food blogger, saying their use of the phrase "pink slime" to describe one of the company's products led to him losing his job.
Authorities locked down Santa Monica College on Tuesday after at least three people reported seeing a gunman on the Southern California campus, an official said.
Both sides in the NFL's labor talks are trying to spread the word by putting their positions in writing, and everyone's getting in on the act _ from Hall of Fame players Jack Youngblood and Bruce Smith, to Commissioner Roger Goodell, to mayors of league cities.
"That," said Smith, who became the NFL's career leader in sacks, "is one of my special memories."
"No one would remember a player named David Jones _ there are a thousand David Joneses in the phone book," he said. "I picked out Deacon because it has a religious connotation and it would be remembered in the violent pro football world. When the Rams sent out my player questionnaire, I simply listed my name as Deacon Jones. From then on, that's what I was."