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The 2015 NFL All Ski-Mask Way Defense

They say defense win championships. Well, this defense has given a new definition to the term “winning in different ways”. All the guys on the All Ski-Mask way defensive team have earned their way there by either lagging in effort or not living up the expectations the money they made would have them to. 1,479 more words


Video: D. Led -- Free agents the Falcons should avoid

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The AJC’s D. Orlando Ledbetter joins CineSport’s Noah Coslov to name the free agents the Falcons should not pursue. Plus, they talk about the organization’s culture and Thomas Dimitroff’s role. 26 more words


Rams Hold First Practice In Napa Valley With No Todd Gurley

By Cedric Williams

The St. Louis Rams held their first workout in California’s Napa Valley on Wednesday, and the team did so without rookie running back Todd Gurley, who was officially listed as a non-participant due to a foot injury. 670 more words


Packers vs. Rams Preview

St. Louis Rams (2-2) @ Green Bay Packers (4-0)

Sunday 10/11/15, 12:00pm

Series: Rams lead 46-45-2

Line: Packers by 9.5

The St. Louis Rams come to Lambeau on Sunday to try and take down the undefeated Packers. 2,145 more words


Ndamukong Suh Says Dolphins Have More Defensive Talent Than Last Year's Lions

By Ashley Scoby

Ndamukong Suh was part of one of the best defenses in the NFL last year with the Lions. And after his monster cap hit was taken over by the Dolphins, Suh believes Miami actually has more talent than Detroit had when it finished second in the league last year in total defense, according to the… 549 more words


Auburn Saved Public Administration Program So Athlete Graduation Rates Wouldn't Decrease According to Report

Auburn was going to get rid of an unpopular undergraduate major in 2013, but was overruled by the athletics department. It seems Auburn’s athletes love Public Administration. 140 more words


Carl Lawson named to Lombardi Award watch list

AUBURN – Despite missing last season with a knee injury, Carl Lawson is still drawing national attention.

The Auburn sophomore pass rusher was named to the Lombardi Award watch list Tuesday morning, joining Tigers teammates Avery Young and Cassanova McKinzy, who were named in July. 704 more words

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