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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - tampa bay buccaneers
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have released veteran guard Davin Joseph, a mainstay on their offensive line over the past eight seasons.
After struggling to produce and stay healthy as a rookie, can running back/return specialist Chris Thompson bounce back in 2014?
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have revealed a redesigned uniform, part of a new look for next season.
It is Tampa Bay's first redesign since 1997, when the Bucs stopped wearing creamsicle orange jerseys and a helmet bearing the image of a winking pirate.
Newly appointed Redskins personnel executive Doug Williams will assist the team at the scouting combine in Indianapolis, general manager Bruce Allen said.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have revealed a redesigned helmet and logo, part of a new look for next season.
Former NFL assistant coach John Garrett has been named offensive coordinator of the Oregon State Beavers.
The Jacksonville Jaguars have hired Dan Shamash as defensive quality control coach.
Doug Williams is coming back to the Washington Redskins to work in the front office.
The University of Arkansas has named NFL assistant coach Robb Smith as the Razorbacks' new defensive coordinator.
Arkansas hired former NFL assistant coach Robb Smith as defensive coordinator Saturday.
The Chiefs hired former NFL running back Brock Olivo as their assistant special teams coach Thursday after he served the past two years on the staff at Coastal Carolina.
Standing near his locker, the one where two footballs were tucked away for safekeeping, Seattle Seahawks linebacker Malcolm Smith repeated the word "fortunate" over and over again.
Malcolm Smith always was ready to step in when the Seattle Seahawks needed him. Now he's only the third linebacker in NFL history to earn Super Bowl MVP honors.
Russell Wilson was thankful to be a part of a day many players regard as a nuisance. The former baseball player knows his career path could have landed him elsewhere, not playing for a championship in just his second NFL season when the Seahawks face the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl XLIX on Sunday.