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Why Hakeem Nicks may soon be the NFL's best WR
I made a comment during the Sunday night Bears-Giants in-game chat that Hakeem Nicks is fast on his way to becoming the best wide receiver...

Peppers: Panthers tried to make me look bad
Julius Peppers described his off-season departure from Carolina as "a little sour" on Wednesday, claiming the Panthers tried to paint him in a bad...

Jordan Gross, Julius Peppers made each other salty veterans
Countless times during their seven years together on the Panthers roster, left tackle Jordan Gross and defensive end Julius Peppers did battle in practice. Over...

Julius Peppers: Booing part of game
Chicago Bears defensive end Julius Peppers is bracing himself for the worst. Returning to his home state of North Carolina for the first team wearing...

Randy Moss trade may benefit Brandon Tate
With Randy Moss gone, second-year WR Brandon Tate will become a bigger part of the passing game for the Patriots. Tate, who was a third-round...

NFL Update: Week 4
Wide receiver Hakeem Nicks of the New York Giants caught eight passes and went over 100 yards for the third time in his career. Chicago's...

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,...

Anatomy of a Drive: Peppers' Blocked Kick
Peppers blocks Crosby's 37-yard FG attempt: The former basketball player at North Carolina got into the air and put a hand on Crosby's kick. This...

Khalif Mitchell makes sudden impact with BC Lions
On Saturday, tackle Khalif Mitchell was an answer in the middle for coach Wally Buono’s cobbled-together defensive line. Mitchell, released by the San Francisco 49ers...

NFL Update: Week 3
Former centers Jeff Saturday and Jason Brown helped lead their offenses to explosive days in key victories. Meanwhile, Dallas' Gerald Sensabaugh collected seven solo tackles...

Colts' Jeff Saturday: "A blessed career"
Sunday afternoon at Denver's Invesco Field at Mile High, Jeff Saturday will make his 157th regular-season start as quarterback Peyton Manning's center. That will tie...

UNC Football Blast From The Past
UNC’s Wilson Library will be treating football fans to a blast from the past before some home football games this season. University archivist Jay Gaidmore...

Hawkins: ‘I've done nothing wrong'
Depending on how you look at it, life is either really great for former Kinston football star Chris Hawkins or it’s really bad. The great...

Hakeem Nicks making leap in his 2nd season
New York Giants wide receiver Hakeem Nicks is looking more like a talent worthy of his first-round selection in the 2009 NFL draft. He started...

Hawkins' charges add more scrutiny at UNC
UNC athletic director Dick Baddour said Thursday the school needs to do a better job monitoring which former football players interact with current team members...

Chris Hawkins faces drug charges
The former UNC defensive back who is accused of buying University of Georgia receiver A.J. Green's jersey is facing felony drug charges in Georgia. Chris...

Chase Rice excited for 'Survivor' to start
Another season of “Survivor” is about to begin and if you believe the host of the show, viewers should expect to see a lot of...

Brandon Tate celebrates his return with a touchdown return
How did Brandon Tate celebrate his return to the playing field? Why, with a return, of course. The second-year player’s 97-yard return of Mike Nugent’s...

Peppers shows concern for injured Stafford
Bears defensive end Julius Peppers made it a point to speak with Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford after the game ended Sunday. Peppers hit on...

NFL Update: Week 1
In week one of the NFL season, the former dynamic receiving duo of Hakeem Nicks and Brandon Tate combined for four scores, as Nicks...

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