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Topic - Darrius Heyward-Bey
The Pittsburgh Steelers and free agent wide receiver Darrius Heyward-Bey have agreed to terms on a 1-year contract.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Colts receiver Darrius Heyward-Bey will not play in Saturday's playoff game at New England.
Oakland Raiders receiver Darrius Heyward-Bey has been released from the hospital after being knocked out by a helmet-to-helmet hit.
Oakland Raiders receiver Darrius Heyward-Bey was taken to the hospital with a neck injury Sunday after a helmet-to-helmet hit from Pittsburgh Steelers safety Ryan Mundy that was not penalized.
When the Oakland Raiders drafted Jacoby Ford in the fourth round, it looked like another typical Al Davis selection of the fastest player from the NFL combine.
Maryland's Isaiah Williams was nursing a bowl of cereal last week when wide receivers coach Bryan Bossard approached him.
Formations, plays, routes and cuts and heaven knows what else swirled through Darrius Heyward-Bey's mind two years ago, a mixture that left him without a role in his first year at Maryland.
"Two years ago, [receivers coach Bryan Bossard] was the guy yelling at me, telling me I was the guy messing up the formation and stuff like that," Heyward-Bey said. "Now I'm out there and I'm just playing football. I don't have to think as much. That's something coach [Ralph] Friedgen used to get on me about."
"It helps me a lot because it gives me a chance to go over stuff and think a lot," Heyward-Bey said. "I take my six reps and then other guys take theirs but still I might be missing something if there's new plays going on. It gives me a chance to be a leader and be a guy that someone can lean on sometimes."