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Marvin Jones expects to be ready for OTAs

Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton dropped from 33 touchdown passes in 2013 to 19 scoring strikes last season, a drop that can be attributed to a few different factors. 196 more words

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Gamecocks set to sign a large class

COLUMBIA — The rollercoaster ride that has been the South Carolina’s 2015 football recruiting cycle comes to a conclusion today.

The Gamecocks, who had a class ranked has high as third nationally at one point, but then had nine decommitments, appear to have weathered the storm as they will sign a solid class. 508 more words

SEC News

Bengals receiver A.J. Green on Marshawn Lynch: 'He's building his brand'

When Bengals receiver A.J. Green watches Marshawn Lynch’s one-sentence battle with the media this season he had one thought: “It’s funny.”

And sort of genius. 301 more words

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American Family Insurance ALL-USA signing day lookback: A.J. Green

As we lead into the first day that high school football seniors can sign a national letter of intent next Wednesday, we’re taking a look back at how former American Family Insurance ALL-USA football players fared after signing day. 184 more words

ALL-USA

Andrew Luck selected first in Pro Bowl draft

Quarterbacks went 1-2 in the 2015 Pro Bowl draft on Wednesday night.

Team Carter, led by Hall of Famer Cris Carter, selected the Colts’ Andrew Luck No. 77 more words

Rumor Mill

Georgia Bulldogs are well represented at the Pro Bowl

A foursome of former Buldogs will represent the school in the NFL Pro Bowl this Sunday. Detroit QB Matthew Stafford, Cincinnati’s WR A.J. Green and DT Geno Atkins and Kansas City LB Justin Houston will make the trip to Arizona to compete in the Pro Bowl. 134 more words

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Andy Dalton Still Hasn’t Earned His Stripes

INDIANAPOLIS — Andy Dalton looked for one man in particular among the cascade of jerseys running off the turf and spilling into their respective locker rooms following his fourth consecutive one-and-done postseason showing. 1,154 more words

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