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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Justin Tuck
Capsules of the 16 NFC teams entering NFL free agency, which begins Tuesday:
Let the bidding binges begin.
Laughter and shrieks echoed through Times Square on Wednesday as bundled-up football fans slid down a gleaming toboggan run, the centerpiece of a Super Bowl-themed outdoor street fair that has invaded the city's busiest thoroughfare.
Michelle Obama has a new partner in her campaign to get kids to eat more fruits and vegetables.
NEW YORK (AP) — The Black Keys, John Legend and Band of Horses are joining with sports celebrities and Citi for a series of special evenings leading up to the Super Bowl.
Tom Coughlin is going to get another chance to make the New York Giants a champion again.
The New York Giants want to go all out to make a final positive impression in case coach Tom Coughlin's job is insecure _ which it almost certainly is not. How the Washington Redskins respond to Mike Shanahan's potentially final day as coach is more uncertain.
After knocking him down all night, Justin Tuck gave Robert Griffin III a nice lift after Sunday's game.
Through 12 games the Redskins have given up as 33 sacks. Last year, the Redskins gave up 33 sacks the whole season. So what gives?
There is little left for Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III to say now. The playoffs long ago fell out of reach for his team. There is nothing left to play for now besides pride and teammates. Not even Griffin's best first half of the season, a 16-for-17 passing performance where almost everything he threw was on target, could take away the sting of yet another loss, this time 24-17 to the New York Giants.
The Redskins started strong against the Giants, but a special teams blunder changed the momentum of the game, and eventually Washington fell to 3-9.
When Adrian Peterson was 7, he saw his older brother die in a bike accident when he was hit by a drunken driver.
Jones posed with and hugged the bust of his likeness Tuesday at a Subway restaurant in Manhattan, "amazed" at its authenticity — right down to the dreadlocks made of more than 1,000 raisins.
There's been a whole lot of flipping, flopping and flying in football recently, from the Carolinas to the frozen tundra and, appropriately, just off Broadway.
Rookie David Wilson was given a simple piece of advice by special teams coach Tom Quinn before the New York Giants' game against the New Orleans Saints: "Run fast."
"I really don't think that we are that far off," Tuck said of the Giants' future.
"I felt like my arm was moving forward," he said.