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No DC yet, no LeBeau and Campbell surgery

Little NFL team business is going to be announced right now, since Super Bowl week is upon us and nobody wants to take the spotlight away from the league’s most important time. 190 more words


The mystery of LeBeau's availability

We take a break from all this talk about deflated footballs — and there is a lot of it — to mention that the Cardinals still do not have a defensive coordinator. 305 more words


2015 Revolution player signings to be exclusively announced on WOYK

Revolution fans searching for the first word on which players have signed with the team for the 2015 season will only need to find York’s only station for local sports.  556 more words

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Nolan as potential Cardinals assistant

This much is becoming clear: Bruce Arians is looking to have the same setup at the top of the Cardinals’ defensive food chain as he does on the offensive side of the ball. 258 more words


Evaluating The Michigan Coaching Staff

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Well, that was quick. It didn’t take long for Jim Harbaugh to assemble one of the top coaching staffs in college football. Most of these men have NFL experience and all of them were viewed positively by the fan base. 1,124 more words

Michigan Football

With 6th-Most Wins, Treanor Returns in 2015

INDIANAPOLIS — The Indianapolis Indians today announced that the club’s sixth-winningest manager, Dean Treanor, will return to guide the Tribe in 2015. The skipper is entering his fifth consecutive season at the helm of the Indians and will be joined by the new additions of hitting coach, Butch Wynegar, and pitching coach, Stan Kyles, and the welcome returns of trainer, Bryan Housand, and strength and conditioning coach, Ricky White. 474 more words

Team News & Features

Kirk Ferentz, 'I'm Not Totally Tone Deaf'

IOWA CITY, Iowa — Kirk Ferentz held a press conference in mid-January and announced no changes to the coaching staff.  Ferentz also said he’s hopeful both Jake Rudock and C-J Beathard return at quarterback. 76 more words