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Topic - Steve Smith
Remember when Carolina Panthers wide receiver Steve Smith said he "destroyed" Fred Smoot's NFL career? Well Smoot did, and he doesn't agree.
The fantasy football playoffs are getting close _ time to keep an extra eye out for maneuvers that seem wacky and unexpected opportunities.
The St. Louis Rams and Carolina Panthers drew a total of $47,250 in fines from the NFL for their chippy game last Sunday.
Peterson finished with 62 yards on 10 carries and 21 yards on three receptions, but the Vikings (1-4) trailed the whole game. The NFL MVP learned on Friday a 2-year-old son of his died in South Dakota of injuries from alleged abuse.
Panthers wide receiver Steve Smith is still upset with the officiating in Carolina's 22-6 loss to the Arizona Cardinals, calling a member of Sunday's crew "garbage."
Last year, Manley joined the more than 4,600 former players suing the NFL over head injuries. And Manley's boisterous voice won't be found grumbling about the proposed $765 million settlement reached last week.
It started almost two decades ago with a $20 hockey stick once wielded by a forgotten player for a string of mediocre teams.
A bill making its way through the Arizona State House would require students to take an oath to defend the Constitution in order to receive their high school diplomas.
Take heart, holiday procrastinators: Famed poet Robert Frost once waited until July to get his Christmas cards in the mail.
Against the backdrop of an unthinkable tragedy, the Kansas City Chiefs gave themselves a reason to be proud Sunday — and perhaps the impetus to let the healing begin.
A quarter-by-quarter recap of the Redskins' 23-13 loss against the Panthers.
The New York Giants sure feel at home at Cowboys Stadium.
Jay Cutler took a beating in the first half and came back to lead the Chicago Bears to a last-second victory.
They say you should stick with your first instinct (and you'd think I'd have learned that in junior high after the incident of the double dog dare and the oscillating fan), but I went against my better judgment and convinced myself that Cam Newton is a good fantasy quarterback.
NFL field judge Boris Cheek said while the league and the regular officials are meeting, he doesn't know if the latest controversial call Monday night in the Green Bay-Seattle game will expedite the end of the lockout.
Smoot played college football at MIssissippi State, and said he knew Smith coming out of college.
"It's just fantastic, just watching Cam grow, watching him lead this team, watching him go 83 yards," wide receiver Steve Smith said after the game. "You hear all about statistics, about other guys having game-winning drives. Now Cam has his game-winning drive against a big team."