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Topic - Fork Union
Danny Aiken didn't have much time to feel disappointed. Cut by the Buffalo Bills in his first try at making an NFL team, Aiken hadn't made it home to Roanoke, Va., when the New England Patriots called and told him to head to Foxborough, Mass.
Morgan Moses knew how many eyes were fixed on him. And it wasn't just because of his imposing frame.
The 2011 National Letter of Intent signees for the University of Connecticut, in alphabetical order, with name, position, height, weight, high school or junior college, and hometown:
Stocked with veterans throughout the two-deep, No. 2 Ohio State has had some interlopers who are barely old enough to shave.