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Pro Football Hall of Fame Resume: Alan Faneca

Jan 22, 2019 | by Tribune News Service, NY Daily News

A first-round draft pick of the Pittsburgh Steelers in the 1998 NFL Draft, offensive guard Alan Faneca played 13 seasons in the National Football League.

During his 10 seasons in Pittsburgh, Faneca was named first-team All-Pro six times and won one Super Bowl.

After signing with the New York Jets, Faneca made the Pro Bowl both of his seasons in New York. ...

Beal's career year worthy of another All-Star nod

Jan 22, 2019 | by Zach Rosen, Washington Wizards
Beal's career year worthy of another All-Star nod

Jevon Carter Makes WVU Fan's Day

Jan 21, 2019 | by Chris Anderson, 247sports.com
Jevon Carter Makes WVU Fan's Day

Jake Delhomme recalls memories of Super Bowl XXXVIII

Jan 21, 2019 | by Steven Taranto, 247Sports.com

In 2003, few had earmarked the Carolina Panthers as a threat to go to Super Bowl XXXVIII in Houston. And 15 years later, the road that the "Cardiac Cats" took to the first Super Bowl appearance in Panthers history feels just as improbable as it did back then. But all these years later, the 2003 Carolina Panthers are living proof ...

For the Steelers' Josh Dobbs, the real fun — at NASA — starts soon

Jan 20, 2019 | by Gene Collier, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
For the Steelers' Josh Dobbs, the real fun — at NASA — starts soon

Football’s transition from compelling weekly theater to this elongated Steelers offseason was not exactly the smoothest on record, maybe you’ve noticed; if there’s a metaphor available, it might involve one of those gasoline tankers hurtling off a highway overpass and transitioning to a fireball.

It was Jake Layman's world and New Orleans couldn't do much about it

Jan 18, 2019 | by Dwight Jaynes, NBC Sports Northwest

For 12 minutes on the game clock – the entire second quarter -- Friday night in Moda Center, it was Jake Layman’s world and we were all fortunate just to live in it.

Layman, who lost his spot in the Portland starting lineup to Maurice Harkless Friday, didn’t get off the Trail Blazer bench in the first quarter. But he set ...

'Sometimes there are bigger things': Kanter watches the Knicks from afar

Jan 17, 2019 | by Ian Begley, ESPN
'Sometimes there are bigger things': Kanter watches the Knicks from afar

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- Enes Kanter leans back on the gray suede sectional in the lounge of his apartment building, places both hands over his forehead and sighs.

"Are you kidding me?" he says.

Rookie guard Allonzo Trier had just been called for a crucial goaltend with 0.4 seconds to play and the New York Knicks were on their way to a fifth consecutive defeat.

Joe Ingles credits confidence to coach, teammates and his young family

Jan 17, 2019 | by Kane Pitman, ESPN
Joe Ingles credits confidence to coach, teammates and his young family

MILWAUKEE - The Utah Jazz came into the 2018-19 season with sky-high expectations, following what was a surprisingly impressive playoff run last season. Despite that, the Jazz have sputtered their way through the season's first half and sit just outside the Western conference playoff picture.

Before his team's showdown with Thon Maker and the Milwaukee Bucks last week, ESPN caught up with Joe Ingles, who at 31, shared a realistic ...

Mitchell Schwartz, the PFF Matthews Award winner for best offensive lineman

Jan 17, 2019 | by Michael Renner, Pro Football Focus
Mitchell Schwartz, the PFF Matthews Award winner for best offensive lineman

It’s been over five years since Steve Palazzolo released his groundbreaking work on the value of left tackles vs. right tackles. Even now though, the bias towards left tackles being more valuable is still alive and well. In fact, the winner of our Bruce Matthews award for the best offensive lineman in the NFL this season wasn’t even voted by the ...

Top Receiving Yard Performances in Franchise History | Top 10 Tuesday

Jan 15, 2019 | by Carmen Vitali, Buccaneers.com
Top Receiving Yard Performances in Franchise History | Top 10 Tuesday

1. Mike Evans

It happened this season. Current Bucs wide receiver Mike Evans broke the franchise’s all-time receiving yards record set by Mark Carrier. Evans now has 6,103 yards in his five-year career as a Buccaneer, with a franchise-best 40 touchdowns as well.

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