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Brooks Foster reunites with Darian Durant in CFL
Brooks Foster, whose signing was announced by the CFL's Roughriders on Wednesday, was a two-sport athlete with the University of North Carolina Tar Heels before...

Miami Dolphins Sign WR Brooks Foster to Practice Squad
The Miami Dolphins signed second-year wide receiver Brooks Foster to their practice squad Wednesday. Foster takes the practice squad spot of defensive end Rob Rose,...

Jets claim Brooks Foster on waivers from Rams
The New York Jets claimed wide receiver Brooks Foster off waivers from the St. Louis Rams on Tuesday. Foster, who was a fifth-round draft pick...

Brooks Foster waived by St. Louis
The St. Louis Rams on Sunday waived former Boiling Springs High School [and UNC] star Brooks Foster. Foster was a fifth-round pick of the Rams...

Hurricanes’ DeMarcus Van Dyke ignoring personal history with Tar Heels
DeMarcus Van Dyke politely avoided talking much about last year’s game against North Carolina Tuesday afternoon. “That’s in the past,” said Van Dyke, the Hurricanes’...

NFL Update: Week 4
Hakeem Nicks scored his first career touchdown on a spectacular run after catch for 54 yards in the Giants 27-16 rout over the Chiefs. Nicks...

Heels receivers catch on
The past two seasons, North Carolina football coaches had a cadre of touchdown-snagging wide receivers who allowed them to flip through their playbook and pick...

T.J. Yates looking for new targets
When UNC quarterback T.J. Yates dropped back in the pocket a year ago, he automatically looked for one of his three top wide receivers -...

Yates, Heels looking for variety in the air
When North Carolina quarterback T.J. Yates dropped back in the pocket a year ago, he automatically looked for one of his three top wide receivers...

An Answer to the WR Questions
The stats have been flung about enough to warrant chronic migraines and the occasional aneurysm. Junior Greg Little is the only current receiver to catch...

Heels' corps of receivers should be able to catch on
Hakeem Nicks is gone. Brandon Tate is gone. Brooks Foster is gone. Together, they caught 114 passes last season. North Carolina's entire returning roster caught...

Tar Heels sorting out an unproven bunch of WRs
Butch Davis never had to worry about throwing downfield during his first two years at UNC. Not with receivers such as Hakeem Nicks, Brandon Tate...

T.J. Yates sees playmakers emerging for Heels
Earlier this week, North Carolina coach Butch Davis said he’s looking for some big playmakers to step forward now that wide receivers Hakeem Nicks, Brooks...

WR Concerns Move to the Forefront
Gone is the human highlight reel, Hakeem Nicks, as well as Brandon Tate and Brooks Foster. That triumvirate combined for 114 receptions, 1,932 yards and...

UNC wideouts will be better than expected
The nagging questions persist like Brett Favre’s career. How will UNC recover from the loss of its three top wideouts? What will the Tar Heels...

St. Louis Rams sign Brooks Foster
The St. Louis Rams have signed fifth-round pick WR Brooks Foster. According to a league source, it's a four-year, $1.925 million deal that includes a...

Brooks Foster reaches deal with Rams
The number of unsigned Rams draft picks dropped to five Saturday, when wide receiver Brooks Foster, a fifth-round pick from the University of North Carolina...

Young receivers must catch on for Tar Heels
UNC featured one of the most potent wide receiver corps in the ACC in 2008. Even with quarterback T.J. Yates missing half the season with...

Questions abound in ACC Football
North Carolina: Who's going to catch passes? Butch Davis has lost standouts Hakeem Nicks, Brandon Tate and Brooks Foster. The Tar Heels have some talented...

ACC Coastal Football Preview
North Carolina: Who is going to catch the ball? With the exit of Hakeem Nicks, Brandon Tate and Brooks Foster, the Tar Heels’ leading returning...

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