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Topic - Stephen Davis
Nearly five dozen New York City police officers have been sued more than 10 times in the past decade, according to a newspaper report published Sunday.
The New York Police Department has been testing a couple pairs of Google's new, Internet-connected eyeglasses.
Alfred Morris is on track to break the Redskins' single season record for yards per attempt by a starting running back. What's behind his production?
Portis is the lead plaintiff in an 83-player lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida. Other plaintiffs include former Pro Bowl quarterback quarterback Daunte Culpepper and 1,000-yard rusher Carnell "Cadillac" Williams.
They dragged coolers and lawn chairs across parched grass, wielded Sharpies, wore burgundy and gold beads and anything else that carried the colors: jerseys, high-tops, towels, baseball caps, fedoras, socks and one pair of gold skinny jeans.
Not so long ago, the second most visible athlete in Washington, right behind the Redskins' starting quarterback, usually was Redskins' lead running back. You know the names — Larry Brown, John Riggins, Terry Allen, Earnest Byner, Stephen Davis, Clinton Portis.
Former Washington Redskins defensive end Dexter Manley, dubbed the "Secretary of Defense" for the vicious hits he delivered, has joined the torrent of ex-players suing the NFL over concussions sustained during their careers.
Three months ago, Stephen Davis visited a neurologist.
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Retired coaches Bill Cowher, Bill Parcells and Marty Schottenheimer are among the modern-era candidates for the 2012 class of the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
NYPD spokesman Stephen Davis told the Daily News that such an approach allows the department to differentiate between an officer doing his job properly and an officer with a potential problem.
NYPD chief spokesman Stephen Davis says in a statement Friday that the nation's largest police force has been evaluating two pairs of Google Glass since it received them last December.