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Latest Plaxico Burress Items
Plaxico Burress has a chance of playing for the New York Giants again if he can convince coach Tom Coughlin that he can be a team player.
Head down, eyes focused on the ground, Plaxico Burress swayed back and forth like a receiver in the huddle waiting for the next play.
Michael Vick's advice for Plaxico Burress is to put his family ahead of football.
Think of Plaxico Burress as a test, a test of whether Dan Snyder's Redskins really have learned their lesson. The gun-toting receiver walked out of prison Monday, agent Drew "Next Question" Rosenhaus by his side, and officially put himself up for bids. Can Mike Shanahan possibly resist submitting one, starved as he is for an extra-large wideout, or will Burress become the latest bad actor to land a leading role in Ashburn?
Former New York Giants star Plaxico Burress is scheduled to leave prison Monday after nearly two years behind bars on a gun charge.
The Bowl Championship Series has stripped Southern California of its 2004 title and will leave that season without a BCS champion. BCS officials had said USC was in danger of its championship being vacated after the Trojans were hit with heavy NCAA sanctions last year for rules violations committed during the 2004 and '05 seasons.
Plaxico Burress shot himself in the thigh and his career in the foot.
Clad nearly all in black _ hooded sweat shirt, athletic shorts, sneakers _ and a white T-shirt, the tall, lanky man walked alone through a gate in a chain-link fence topped by swirls of barbed wire.
Locked up for 20 months for illegally carrying and firing a gun at a Manhattan nightclub, Plaxico Burress is ready to walk out of prison and face another grim reality, a lockout that could jeopardize the resumption of his football career.