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  • #501 by jbcarol on 05 Feb 2017
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    Davis’ career was cut short by knee injuries, playing only seven seasons for the Denver Broncos, but he made them count. The two-time Offensive Player of the Year famously ran for 2,008 yards during a 1998 MVP campaign, en route to his second Super Bowl championship. Davis was a member of the 1990s NFL All-Decade Team despite only having four full years, during which he amassed most of his 7,607 yards rushing and 60 touchdowns.
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  • Bette Midler ‏@BetteMidler 16h16 hours ago

    #juliojones unbelievable catch!

    Cecil Hurt ‏@CecilHurt 16h16 hours ago

    Hello from all your human friends, Julio.
  • #507 by jbcarol on 07 Feb 2017

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    SEC Network analyst and former NFL player joined The Paul Finebaum Show to speak about his experiences:

    McFarland was with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers when they won Super Bowl XXXVII, and he was part of the Indianapolis Colts when they won Super Bowl XLI.

    “It’s one of the … biggest moments you’ll ever be in,” McFarland told Finebaum. “There’s such a rush of adrenaline before the game. There’s such a rush of adrenaline after the game, especially when you win. It’s one of those moments, Paul, you really don’t appreciate until two or three days later, sometimes a couple weeks (later), because everything happens so fast. For me, we won in Miami with Indy on a Sunday night. Paul, I didn’t lay my head down to take a full night’s rest until Tuesday.”

    McFarland went on to tell an interesting story about how he came back to Tampa after being traded to the Colts, and he ran into then-Buccaneers coach Jon Gruden. McFarland said he enjoyed the satisfaction of seeing his former coach after earning a Super Bowl title with Indianapolis.

    Now they work for the same company again.

  • #508 by jbcarol on 09 Feb 2017
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    Wuerffel led the Gators to a national championship and also won a Heisman Trophy at Florida while Spurrier was the head coach.

    He had Tebow at No. 2 and Shane Matthews at No. 3.

    “Danny Wuerffel is the best of all time,” Spurrier said. “What Danny did was the best. Tim and Shane, Tim is probably No. 2 and Shane Matthews is definitely the third best or he’s in the top-3. I’ll put those in the top 3 is probably the best way to say it.”
  • #512 by jbcarol on 15 Feb 2017

  • 2016 NFL All-Rookie Team
  • #513 by jbcarol on 16 Feb 2017

  • Got beat down almost two years ago in Panama City Beach
  • #514 by jbcarol on 16 Feb 2017

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    Willis was part of the mass exodus of talent in San Francisco over the last few years. The former All-Pro linebacker retired unexpectedly at 30 years old while he was still one of the premier defenders in the game.

    With sudden retirements, there are always eventual rumblings of a possible return. Yet, Willis insists that he’s good with retired life.

    “That inclination (to play) only comes for a split second,” Willis said, per Daniel Brown of The Mercury News. “And then it’s, ‘Nope, nope, I’m cool.”’

    Willis gets his competitive juices flowing with a new hobby that he’s picked up. The seven-time Pro Bowler works out with mixed martial artists from time to time.

  • #515 by jbcarol on 16 Feb 2017

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    Former Vanderbilt standout running back Zac Stacy wasn’t able to find his way back onto a field in 2016 after suffering a gruesome ankle injury in 2015 that ended his season.

    Stacy was among the greatest running backs in Commodores history. He held the career rushing record with 3,141 yards and single season rushing record with 1,193 yards in 2011 before Ralph Webb broke both in 2016. Stacy still holds the Vanderbilt career touchdowns record with 30 and the single-season touchdown record with 14 in 2011.

  • #516 by jbcarol on 17 Feb 2017

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    Deion Jones left Baton Rouge following the 2015 season and was drafted in the second round by the Atlanta Falcons.

    Per Pro Football Focus’ measurements, no rookie linebacker in the NFL was better than Jones in 2016:

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    Despite a lack of talent outside of Jeffery, Chicago believes $17 million is too big of a price tag.

    Jeffery’s last two seasons have been ones to forget. The receiver’s missed 11 games due to injuries and PED suspension. He’s barely clipped 800 receiving yards the past two years.

    The 27-year-old is talented enough to receive plenty of attention on the open market. If Jeffery stays on the field and is consistent he’s still a viable No. 1 wideout.
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  •  Michael Carvell‏ @Michael_Carvell 25s25 seconds ago

    Eddie Lacy agrees to terms with Seattle Seahawks #NFL

  • #537 by jbcarol on 15 Mar 2017
  •  Chris Gragg‏Verified account @Gragg80 30m30 minutes ago

    Visit this morning with the Jacksonville Jaguars staff....didnt sign but very positive. #wonderWhattheFutureHolds
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