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By Tom Fitton
New photos confirm the attack's coordination and its cover-up
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Topic - Joe Namath
Much is being made of how lopsided everyone expects Sunday's game to be between Peyton Manning's Denver Broncos and the visiting Jacksonville Jaguars.
Mark Sanchez's season is over. It might be the end of his time with the New York Jets, too.
Tim Tebow is one and done in New York.
The possibilities appeared endless for Tim Tebow.
Short on glam, slim on glitter, the NFL draft was still nothing less than a rock solid B-plus.
No one will be more eager than Carl Edwards to get out of Daytona.
Danica Patrick keeps making history.
Tony Stewart is back on the track at the Daytona 500.
Rapper 50 Cent wasn't content just chatting up Erin Andrews.
When Ray Lewis was selected in the first round of the 1996 NFL draft, he didn't even know the nickname of the team that drafted him. But Lewis quickly became the face of the Baltimore Ravens, and the stellar middle linebacker will remain a beloved figure in Charm City long after he pulls off his No. 52 jersey for the final time.
Where has the time gone?
From nearly Super to just plain stupefying.
November isn't even over, and the nation already is in the grip of RG3 Mania. Jimmy Johnson, the erstwhile Dallas Cowboys genius, said on TV on Sunday that if he were starting an NFL franchise, the first player he'd pick would be Robert Griffin III.
Ian Poulter barely had enough money for a car with four decent tires, much less for a weekend getaway to see the Ryder Cup for the first time. He was 17 and just starting a job at Jack O' Legs Golf Center, where his primary task was folding shirts.
The linemen led the way as they always do, accepting their inductions into the Pro Football Hall of Fame with an abundance of humility. Curtis Martin finished the evening by supplying plenty of tears.
"I hear a lot of big mouths from Pittsburgh out there," he told the crowd. "And justifiably _ yes, yes!"
"I hear a lot of big mouths from Pittsburgh out there," he told the crowd. "And justifiably — yes, yes!"