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Ravens rookie James Hurst passes first test vs. Panthers
Rookie left tackle James Hurst passed his first test with flying colors on Sunday. Thrust into the lineup because of a knee injury to Eugene...

Ravens tackle James Hurst has excelled when pressed into duty
At every stop in his young football career, undrafted rookie James Hurst hasn't had much time to settle in before being thrust into a starting...

Who Is James Hurst?
When the Ravens take on the Carolina Panthers Sunday at M&T Bank Stadium, undrafted rookie James Hurst is expected to get the start at left...

James Hurst To Start At Tackle For Baltimore Ravens
The Baltimore Ravens will be without left tackle Eugene Monroe for multiple weeks, Head Coach John Harbaugh announced. Monroe had a minor surgical procedure on...

James Hurst makes Ravens' final 53-man roster
The Baltimore Ravens made their final cuts to get down to 53 players on the active roster near the 4 p.m. deadline. A pair of...

UNC's inexperienced O-line must come together in a hurry
UNC is looking good at quarterback, running back and wide receiver, but there are plenty of issues where it matters most -- in the trenches,...

Preseason position review: Offensive line
The O-line is a concern for coach Larry Fedora, who struggled to piece together five healthy players throughout the spring. The loss of All-ACC tackle...

James Hurst Catches John Harbaugh's Attention
Once he joined the Ravens, James Hurst made a strong first impression and caught the eye of Head Coach John Harbaugh during last weekend’s rookie...

James Hurst makes good first impression with Ravens
When the Ravens landed undrafted rookie free agent offensive tackle James Hurst, they beat out a lot of competition. The former All-Atlantic Coast Conference lineman...

Ravens offensive tackle James Hurst says he's ready to compete
James Hurst, the 6-foot-5 300-pound tackle, chose the Ravens over 17 competing offers, largely because the Ravens didn't draft an offensive tackle. Now, Hurst is...

James Hurst Signs With Baltimore Ravens
North Carolina offensive tackle James Hurst signed a free agent contract with Baltimore following the final round of the 2014 NFL Draft. A native of...

James Hurst, Bryn Renner ready for NFL draft
UNC's James Hurst and Bryn Renner closed turbulent college careers with injuries that hindered their preparation for the NFL. Now healthy after offseason surgeries, the...

James Hurst on the Mend
Offensive tackle James Hurst, who broke his left fibula in the Belk Bowl, worked out for NFL scouts for the first time at UNC’s Pro...

Video: UNC Football Pro Day Standouts
Larry Fedora and NFL Network Analyst Mike Mayock breakdown several standouts from the Tar Heels Pro Day including Eric Ebron, Kareem Martin, Bryn Renner and...

ACC Football 2014 Spring Preview and Storylines
North Carolina: Replacements on the offensive line - If there’s a concern on offense, it’s a line that loses two standout players in left tackle...

UNC ailing LT James Hurst to work out at pro day
UNC left tackle James Hurst entered the 2013 season as a projected early-round draft pick, but after suffering a broken leg in the Tar Heels'...

Seven UNC Players Invited to the NFL Combine
National champion Florida State led the ACC with eight players heading to the NFL draft combine at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis Feb. 19-25, but...

Early ACC Football Predictions for 2014
Coastal Division #2: North Carolina; The emergence of quarterback Marquise Williams and a deep group of skill players should help UNC pick up where it...

ACC all-bowl team
UNC OL James Hurst: Cincinnati entered the Belk Bowl second in the AAC in sacks, but the Bearcats couldn't get to QB Marquise Williams. LB...

UNC Football Building a Foundation Up Front
Junior center Russell Bodine’s decision to forgo his final season of eligibility and enter the NFL Draft dealt a blow to the Tar Heel offensive...

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