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By Michael Widlanski
Leveling the battlefield to aid terrorists enables evil to fight on
Topic - Greg Little
The Oakland Raiders have claimed wide receiver Greg Little off waivers from the Cleveland Browns.
In a switch, Greg Little was dropped by the Browns.
A sports agent's employee and a former college football player are charged with violating North Carolina's agent law, making them the fourth and fifth people facing criminal charges for providing benefits to Tar Heels football players in 2010.
Week 3. Quarterback No. 3.
Cleveland Browns wide receivers Greg Little and Josh Gordon have been convicted of traffic offenses after pleading no contest in separate cases.
North Carolina has identified eight football players who accumulated 317 parking tickets that were uncovered in documents requested by media outlets covering the ongoing NCAA probe.
The Cleveland Browns got bigger and maybe a lot badder. That's a good thing.
Marvin Austin and Robert Quinn lined up side-by-side on North Carolina's practice field for defensive line drills while Greg Little hauled in passes.
North Carolina receiver Greg Little apologized Tuesday for his actions that led to the NCAA declaring him "permanently ineligible" amid an investigation into agent-related benefits.
North Carolina receiver Greg Little won't travel to Atlanta for the 18th-ranked Tar Heels' opener against No. 21 LSU due to the ongoing NCAA investigation at the school, a person with knowledge of the decision said Thursday night.
North Carolina linebackers Quan Sturdivant and Bruce Carter have been cleared to play in the 18th-ranked Tar Heels' opener against No. 21 LSU on Saturday.
Investigators from the North Carolina Secretary of State's office have subpoenaed Tar Heels defensive tackle Marvin Austin, a person familiar with the situation said Friday.
Three more North Carolina defensive starters are not traveling with the team for Saturday's game in Atlanta against LSU, meaning the 18th-ranked Tar Heels could be without 15 players amid an ongoing NCAA investigation.
Three more North Carolina defensive starters are not traveling with the team for Saturday's game in Atlanta against LSU.
Twelve players from North Carolina won't play in the 18th-ranked Tar Heels' opener against No. 21 LSU in Atlanta on Saturday amid an ongoing NCAA investigation.
"There's a lot of people that I've hurt," he said, "and I think a lot of the blame should be put on me much less than attacking other people."