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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Shonn Greene
Jets coach Rex Ryan is so competitive that he'd play Satan at quarterback if he was convinced the move would help his team win.
I've made my feelings known about picking up the flavor of the week. I think it's foolish to let one surprising week dictate your thinking. As a fellow fantasy leaguer likes to say, you need a little patience.
Five questions to keep in mind when Washington hosts the Jets in Week 13.
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Miles Austin can't seem to keep his hamstrings healthy, and a miserable season for Indianapolis got worse Sunday when tight end Dallas Clark went down with a leg injury.
Run, baby, run.
Facing his former team made LaDainian Tomlinson sick.
LaDainian Tomlinson is enjoying the extended summer break from the rigors of minicamp and other offseason activities. After 10 NFL seasons, the New York Jets running back has been able to spend more time with family and a nearly year-old son while resting his body.
Mike Tannenbaum has a tough time sitting still on draft day.
Antonio Cromartie made it clear he couldn't stand Tom Brady.
Step in to the NFL's Last Chance Saloon and look around. There's an impressive array of talent on display this season.
Antonio Cromartie has learned to ignore the jokes about his personal life.