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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Da'Quan Bowers
Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive end Da'Quan Bowers has pleaded guilty to a reduced charge of disorderly conduct in connection with his New York City gun arrest.
The pop still echoes through Jarvis Jenkins' mind. Three months couldn't quiet the sound that seems as fresh as the bright scar that works its way up his right knee. Oh, Jenkins tries to forget the noise that exploded from his knee that August night in Baltimore.
Rex Ryan and his aggressive New York Jets defense just got a big boost.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers looked around the rest of the NFC South and decided that to enhance their chances of winning their division it's imperative to improve the team's pass rush.
Let's see, a game-changing wide receiver for quarterback Colt McCoy. A get-after-the-quarterback pass rusher for new coach Pat Shurmur's defensive front. A right tackle. A linebacker or two. A few special team-types with upside. Maybe a kicker or a cornerback.
Defensive end Da'Quan Bowers says he felt 100 percent working out at Clemson on his surgically repaired knee that has raised questions about his draft status.
Cam Newton and Nick Fairley of national champion Auburn are among 56 non-seniors who applied for April's NFL draft — a record total, but only three more players than left college early a year ago.
All-America defensive end Da'Quan Bowers came to Clemson No. 1 and could leave school the same way.
Clemson defensive end Da'Quan Bowers is giving up his final season to enter the NFL draft.
LSU cornerback Patrick Peterson is the winner of the Chuck Bednarik Award as the nation's best defensive player.
CLEMSON, S.C. (AP) - Defensive end Da'Quan Bowers says he felt 100 percent working out at Clemson on his surgically repaired knee that has raised questions about his draft status.
Clemson defensive end Da'Quan Bowers declared for the draft on Wednesday and might move into the top spot on draft boards.