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Sean Salisbury has big problems with the lack of minority head coaches in college footbal as well as how Philip Rivers got snubbed in the Pro Bowl Voting.
23 Dec 2008
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During the 11 years Lem Barney played for the Detroit Lions he was named NFL Rookie of the Year, appeared in seven Pro Bowls, was named as one of the 100 All-time Greatest NFL players, and in 1992 was inducted into the NFL Hall of Fame. For more on the "From Glory Days" Book and TV show, Visit www.fromglorydays****
6 Oct 2009
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During the 11 years Lem Barney played for the Detroit Lions he was named NFL Rookie of the Year, appeared in seven Pro Bowls, was named as one of the 100 All-time Greatest NFL players, and in 1992 was inducted into the NFL Hall of Fame. For more info on the "From Glory Days" Book and TV Show, visit www.fromglorydays****
6 Oct 2009
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Rising star reveals emotions around diagnosis and how he's managing diabetes in the NFL CHICAGO - As NFL quarterback Jay Cutler fought through illness during the 2007 season - constantly fatigued, losing 35 pounds, in what was later diagnosed as type 1 diabetes - he thought he might be dying. That's one of the revelations we hear from the Pro Bowl quarterback in a series of new Web videos about his life with diabetes, launched today on www.chicagobears****. The videos are also available at www.touchdownsfordiabetes**** and www.jaycutlersix****. Produced by Eli Lilly and Company (Lilly), a worldwide leader in diabetes research, the "Jay Cutler on Diabetes" webisode series takes us inside Cutler's life with diabetes on and off the field. Episodes 1-3 were released today in conjunction with the Chicago Bears. The videos are part of Cutler's work with Lilly on the Touchdowns for Diabetes camp scholarship program (www.touchdownsfordiabetes****). Future episodes will be launched in November during American Diabetes Month and will focus on Cutler's efforts to connect with kids and families affected by diabetes. Lilly's award-winning documentary film crew began shooting the videos in January, when Cutler and Lilly kicked off their national offseason tour of children's hospitals. In the episodes released today, Cutler describes being sick but not knowing what was wrong as he played through his first season as a starting quarterback in the NFL (then with the Denver Broncos). "I kept it a secret for a while - obviously a lot longer than I should have," Cutler says in the videos. "I thought it was something I was just going to bounce back from. A part of me just didn't want to know...I didn't know if I was going to continue to be able to play football." Cutler also talks about how he learned to manage the disease while becoming an elite NFL quarterback - and how he wants to connect with kids. "It's there every day, no matter where you go. You wake up with it, you go to sleep with it. Over time, you get used to it, and it becomes part of you. I'm not to that point yet," he says. "I'd like to use my story to be able to inspire kids that get diabetes. They think it's the end of the world, they think can't have dreams, do what they want to do. But that's entirely false." To view Episodes 1-3 of the "Jay Cutler on Diabetes" series, visit www.chicagobears****, www.touchdownsfordiabetes**** or www.jaycutlersix****.
9 Oct 2009
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The Miami Dolphins and the U.S. division of Sun Life Financial Inc. (NYSE: SLF, TSX: SLF) announced today a new multi-dimensional partnership that will result in the team playing in what is now called the "Sun Life Stadium." In addition to acquiring naming and sponsorship rights, which will be in effect for this year's Pro Bowl and Super Bowl, Sun Life Financial, a leading international financial services organization, will make Miami and South Florida a major part of a multi-city philanthropic endeavor through an annual partnership with the Miami Dolphins Foundation. To view Multimedia News Release, go to *******multivu.prnewswire****/mnr/sun-life/41962/
22 Jan 2010
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*******gamerlive.tv 49ers Pro Bowl Linebacker Patrick Willis talks about the just announced EA Active NFL Training Camp - SUBSCRIBE TO OUR METACAFE CHANNEL! *******metacafe****/gamerlive - Follow us on Twitter: *******twitter****/GamerLiveTV
28 Jul 2010
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Online game live link - *******bit.ly/aaP11O?Baltimore-Ravens-vs-Kansas-City-Chiefs-live-12 Baltimore Ravens versus Kansas City Chiefs live NFL - live American football week 18 picks In order to pull off the upset of Baltimore, the Chiefs will need strong execution in every area of their game. QB Matt Cassel has been up and down in the last two weeks as he had over 300 yards passing and two TDs against Tennessee in Week 16, but threw two interceptions and had a QB rating of around 19 last week against Oakland. Pro-Bowl receiver Dwayne Bowe is Cassel's favorite outlet as the two have hooked up for 15 touchdowns in the recently completed regular season. Rookie Tight End Tony Moeaki is also another weapon at Cassel's disposal and he could look to him early and often on Sunday.
9 Jan 2011
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A Pro Bowl recap, Philly's QB decision, and a Super Bowl injury report for Pittsburgh
10 Feb 2011
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How did the center with the most fumbles in 2010 earn his fifth consecutive Pro Bowl selection? Because he's Cowboys C Andre Gurode, and he's one of PFW's four most underrated offensive linemen.
11 Jul 2011
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Of all the recognition given to the Pittsburgh Steelers' defense over the years, not enough has gone to OLB LaMarr Woodley, who has only been to one Pro Bowl. Who else joins him as the NFL's most underrated OLBs?
14 Jul 2011
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Brandon Meriweather's Pro Bowl nod in 2010 was an absolute gift. Want to find a more deserving safety? You don't even have to leave the locker room.
21 Jul 2011
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Marshall Faulk has multiple Pro Bowl appearances with more than one team, and is on all-time leaderboards as both a rushing and receiving running back -- that's why he's a Hall-of-Famer.
5 Aug 2011
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