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Video: UNC Football - Smart. Fast. Physical. Episode 3
Inside access to training camp with the Tar Heels. Episode 3 features game week preparation for Liberty, an NFL veteran on the UNC staff in...

Video: Thursday Post-Practice Player Interviews - Defense
Safety Tim Scott and defensive tackle Justin Thomason spoke about how training camp is progressing and the improvement of their respective unit including the start...

Extra points from UNC's 28-20 loss to Georgia Tech
There were certainly some memorable plays that could have gone either way -- specifically David Sims' 1-yard TD run when he fumbled the ball at...

Kareem Martin next in line?
Marcus Jones. Julius Peppers. Ryan Sims. Greg Ellis. Donnell Thompson. William Fuller. Dee Hardison. Kentwan Balmer. Robert Quinn. Quinton Coples. The list of great of...

David Thornton back to Colts roots
David Thornton joined the Colts as a fourth-round draft pick in 2002. Thornton was a classic success story at North Carolina. He fashioned a...

Batten: Talent in the Trenches
Since the late 1980s, the Tar Heels have been able to attract a steady stream of defensive linemen to Chapel Hill. A total of 25...

Ryan Sims waived by Seahawks
The Seattle Seahawks have released kicker Brandon Coutu and defensive tackle Ryan Sims, and have signed defensive tackle David Howard and defensive end Maurice Fountain...

Robert Quinn Selected In First Round Of NFL Draft
North Carolina defensive end Robert Quinn was selected with the No. 14 overall pick by the St. Louis Rams in the 2011 NFL Draft Thursday...

NFL Update: Week 14
Julius Peppers, Hilee Taylor and the Panthers faced off against Ryan Sims and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Monday night for control of the NFC South...

Ryan Sims gets higher profile in time for trip home to play Carolina
Ryan Sims will have a sizeable cheering section Monday night when the Bucs visit the Carolina Panthers. In the stands will be his parents and...

Kentwan Balmer Selected In First Round By San Francisco
UNC defensive tackle Kentwan Balmer was selected Saturday in the first round of the NFL Draft (29th overall) by the San Francisco 49ers. Balmer is...

Big things on defense for UNC
North Carolina football had one of the nation's better defenses throughout the 1990s, placing numerous alumni in the National Football League. However, since Julius Peppers...

2007 ACC Football Season Preview: North Carolina
North Carolina was a struggling program under John Bunting, and they will struggle again in 2007. There is a major lack of talent in the...

Keeping it simple isn't stupid
Gauging how successful the 2007 North Carolina football team will be is tricky business, given the relative youth of this group. The one thing anyone...

Sims the biggest kid on the field
The 200 kids each wore the same uniform -- a red T-shirt with the No. 90 and "Sims" on the back -- as they listened...

Ex-Chief Ryan Sims battles bad rap
Ryan Sims should have become the Warren Sapp of the Kansas City Chiefs. Instead, he has wound up as a larger, younger, version of Anthony...

Chiefs ship Ryan Sims to Tampa Bay
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers aren't finished seeking help for an aging defense. Determined to get younger and better in 2007, the Bucs used seven of...

Heels alumni speak on Davis
Oakland Raiders receiver Ronald Curry and Kansas City Chiefs defensive tackle Ryan Sims have mixed feelings about Butch Davis taking over as coach at their...

Former Heel Sims determined to turn NFL career around
As the sixth pick overall pick in the 2002 draft, Ryan Sims was destined for NFL stardom. Four turbulent seasons later, Sims has accomplished little...

Chiefs tackle Ryan Sims out six weeks with foot injury
Starting defensive tackle Ryan Sims might miss the rest of the season, Kansas City Chiefs coach Dick Vermeil has acknowledged, because of a severe foot...

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