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Three games down, Connor Barth is perfect for Broncos
In search of some more consistency, a little veteran savvy, the Denver Broncos signed Connor Barth to close out November. Barth has now kicked in...

Video: Connor Barth knows a lot about a lot
Connor Barth is our sit-down guest for the 9NEWS Denver Broncos pregame show this week. We thought we were going to talk to the Broncos...

Video: Connor Barth boots 64-yarder in workouts at IMG
On Sunday at Arrowhead Stadium, Connor Barth made his Broncos debut and proved that his practice regimen must have worked. He booted five field goals,...

Carolina Rundown: December 1
Great Denver debut for Connor Barth, as he tied a franchise record and went 5-5 in his first game as a Bronco. A big win...

Connor Barth calls first game ‘awesome’ experience after tying Broncos record
Sand paper couldn’t wipe the smile off Connor Barth’s face. Sunday wasn’t his first NFL game. But it was his first with his new team...

Connor Barth just kept kicking
Tuesday is tryout day. It's the day of the week when Connor Barth knew his chance at re-starting his NFL career would come after the...

Carolina Rundown: November 26
12 points and eight rebounds for Harrison Barnes. Ty Lawson had 20 points and 12 assists and also did this to Kirk Hinrich. The first...

Denver Broncos sign kicker Connor Barth
The Denver Broncos have waived rookie kicker Brandon McManus and signed Connor Barth, according to Adam Schefter and Mike Klis respectively. Barth is a far...

Tampa Bay Bucs reportedly cut kicker Connor Barth
As of Friday, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will enter the 2014 season with an inexperienced starting kicker. The team cut ties with veteran Connor Barth,...

Back to training camp for Connor Barth
Training camp opens this week for Connor Barth and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The former UNC kicker will be the Bucs' kicker once again, even...

Connor Barth ready to resume record-setting NFL career after injury
Connor Barth tore his right Achilles' tendon last July and missed the 2013 season – one filled with turmoil for his Tampa Bay Buccaneers and...

Connor Barth shares pro kicking tips with kids
Connor Barth held his second annual kicking camp Sunday at Hoggard High School. Barth’s brother and UNC grad Casey and current NC State punter Wil...

Paddleboarding Gives Connor Barth an Edge
Among the workouts that Tampa Bay Buccaneers kicker Connor Barth does to maintain his conditioning during the offseason are the typical sit-ups, push-ups, sprints and...

Connor Barth Eyes Best Year Yet
On Monday, Connor Barth and fellow rostered kicker Patrick Murray spent awhile banging field goals through the uprights on the easternmost of the three practice...

Connor Barth Makes His Return as Bucs Open Workouts
When the Tampa Bay Bucs open offseason workouts, there will be a lot of new faces for the team to learn. But the team will...

Connor Barth Ready to Return to Field
The Tampa Bay Bucs season pass holders had an opportunity to see the team’s new uniforms up close and personal. Another treat the crowd got...

Buccaneers to keep Connor Barth
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers will keep Connor Barth on the roster, according to Alex Marvez of Fox Sports. Barth missed all of last season after...

Connor Barth's Road to Recovery
Seven months removed from his torn his right Achilles tendon injury, Connor Barth is back on the field kicking -- most recently hitting a field...

No. 10 Miami wary of repeating 2004’s upsetting trip to North Carolina
If you think the Hurricanes can’t lose when the teams meet Thursday night, think again. Actually, just think back to Oct. 30, 2004. No. 3...

Miami faces big test at North Carolina
Miami last went into Chapel Hill as a top-10 team in 2004. Like this season, North Carolina had a losing record going into the contest...

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