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Jordan Times, AmmanFaisali and Ramtha have their eye set on qualifying as they prepare for their April 30 matches in Stage 6 of the 2013 Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Cup. In Stage 5, two-time AFC Cup champs Faisali held Oman's Dhofar 1-1 to stay second behind Iraq's...
The Baltimore SunIt was a heady rookie season for Ravens kicker Justin Tucker, a successful run capped by a Super Bowl victory. First the undrafted rookie from Texas beat out former Pro Bowl kicker Billy Cundiff in a training camp competition. Then Tucker connected on...
The Baltimore SunDuring an hour-long interview with The Baltimore Sun early Friday morning, former Ravens linebacker and special-teams ace Brendon Ayanbadejo emphasized that he doesn't believe he was cut from the Super Bowl champions' roster because of his strong advocacy...
Horse racing Jockey McCarthy breaks tibia, out 8-10 weeks Apprentice rider Trevor McCarthy will miss eight to 10 weeks with a broken left tibia, according to his agent, Scott Silver. McCarthy was injured Thursday morning at Laurel Park during training...
This running back class has a little depth, but very little top-end talent. In fact, scouts agree this could be the first draft in 50 years in which no running back is chosen in the first round. Alabama's Eddie Lacy appears to be the only first-round...
Tags: Eddie Lacy, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Ray Rice, Sports, Michael Bush
This class looks pretty enticing to a tackle-needy NFL. Three tackles figure to be top 10 picks. The talent drops off a little after that, but a number of others have enough ability to be starters pretty quickly. As many as a dozen tackles could be chosen...
NFL quarterbacks won't like this class of pass rushers, but NFL general managers will like it very much. It's a strong group, both in terms of high-end talent and in terms of depth. As many as 10 defensive ends could be taken in the first two rounds. 1....
Many teams are seeking athletic tight ends who can stretch the field — even those that already have them. So the dynamic receiving tight ends are not expected to last long in this draft. There are probably four of them scouts expect can make big...
The outside linebacker class will test teams' philosophies. On the one hand, there is Georgia's Jarvis Jones, who played like a demon but worked out horribly. On the other, there is Missouri's Zaviar Gooden, who was all-pro at the NFL scouting combine,...
Tags: Nick Roach, Sports, James Anderson, College Baseball, Geno Hayes
You won't find a Julio Jones or A.J. Green in this draft. There is no "can't miss" wide receiver. But you will find extraordinary depth. Teams are likely to be taking many receivers in the fifth, sixth and seventh rounds, and there will be a bonanza of...
This class doesn't have a sure-fire first-round pick who looks like he can be an immediate all-pro, but it does offer a number of players who should become solid starters for a long time. The public misconception is that Barrett Jones is the best...
This is a solid group of corners. There is some high-end talent, led by Dee Milliner, and outstanding depth, especially in the second- and third-round range. The cornerback class is especially appealing to zone scheme teams. Among the appealing candidates...
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