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On This Day in UNC History: September 6
September 6, 1986: UNC 45, Citadel, 14 - Sophomore reserve tailback Derrick Fenner ran the ball 23 times for a career-high 216 yards and the...

Arizona Cardinals sign Richard Quinn
The Arizona Cardinals have signed tight end Richard Quinn, who was cut by the Bengals a couple of days ago. Quinn was a second-round pick...

Bengals waive UNC alums TE Richard Quinn, WR Jheranie Boyd
The Cincinnati Bengals waived tight end Richard Quinn and waived five other players on Sunday, leaving them with 81 on the roster. Quinn was on...

Redskins sign Richard Quinn
The Redskins have announced that they have signed tight end Richard Quinn to their roster and have put nose tackle Chris Baker on injured reserve...

Broncos TE Richard Quinn Designated Waived/Injured
The Denver Broncos have plenty of depth at tight end even though Richard Quinn has been waived/injured by the team on Monday afternoon. He will...

Tight end Richard Quinn hopes to have his hands full as Broncos starter
Time to step up, Richard Quinn. The Broncos released veteran Daniel Graham, their starting tight end the past four seasons, in March. The move was...

How NC's defense ruined Shinskie's day
Quite a few fans hadn't even found their seats yet when North Carolina defensive end Richard Quinn rudely introduced himself to Boston College quarterback Dave...

NFL Update: Week 9
A slew of former Tar Heels will be in action tonight when Denver meets Pittsburgh in a big Monday night game. The Steelers' Willie Parker,...

NFL Update: Week 6
Julius Peppers registered two sacks and forced a fumble in a 28-21 win over Tampa Bay. Hakeem Nicks continues to impress for the Giants, posting...

Walston: The Injury Bug Bites
Players leave early for the NFL Draft (Hakeem Nicks). Players graduate early (Richard Quinn, also in the NFL). Players leave the program (Aaron Stahl, Kevin...

NFL Update: Week 1
Richard Quinn and Hakeem Nicks both played in their first career games in the NFL Sunday. Nicks caught two passes before leaving the contest early...

Former UNC tight end Richard Quinn faces domestic violence charge
Denver Broncos rookie tight end Richard Quinn has been arrested on harassment and domestic violence charges. The Arapahoe County Sheriff's Department says Quinn was arrested...

David Glenn Chats With Richard Quinn
David Glenn caught up recently with former UNC - and current Denver Bronco - tight end Richard Quinn for an interview on Glenn’s afternoon radio...

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...

Broncos sign Richard Quinn
The Broncos reached contract agreements Wednesday with second-round pick Richard Quinn and fifth-round draft pick Kenny McKinley. No contract information was available on Quinn, a...

Not Your Quinn-tessential Rookie
The NFL's most heralded players are ones capable of making an impact with or without the ball. Broncos rookie Richard Quinn is on course to...

David Glenn Chats With UNC’s Richard Quinn
David Glenn caught up with former UNC tight end Richard Quinn for a chat on Glenn’s Tuesday afternoon radio show. Among the topics covered: Quinn’s...

Draft reflects Tar Heels' improvement
One factor in Carolina's success in the draft is that coach Butch Davis and many of his assistants have worked in the NFL. They run...

Broncos get a Quinn, just not the Browns' Quinn
The Denver Broncos couldn't get Brady Quinn, but managed to come away with tight end Richard Quinn as the final pick of today's second round...

Hakeem Nicks, Aaron Curry selected in first round
Hakeem Nicks went exactly where he expected in the NFL Draft, Aaron Curry ended up further west and Richard Quinn came out of nowhere. It...

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