Ex-PSU president Graham Spanier found guilty on one count of child endangerment
The Tony Romo clock is running out. With offseason workouts set to begin in only a few weeks – and the Dallas Cowboys unlikely to risk having their ousted former starter show up and expose himself to injury – the moment to make a decision on Romo has arrived for Dallas. If the Cowboys are going to trade him, next week’s league spring meetings mark the last best chance for Dallas to pry something loose from another NFL team in exchange for the 14-year veteran.
The Washington Redskins continued to overhaul their wide receiver unit on Friday, adding former Ram Brian Quick, the team announced Friday. A second-round pick out of Appalachian State in 2012, Quick started a career-high eight games in 2016, recording 41 catches for 564 yards and three touchdowns (all career bests). The 6-foot-3, 218-pound Quick gives the Redskins yet another big-target wide receiver. Earlier this month, they signed the 6-4 Terrelle Pryor. The team also expects to have a healthy Josh Doctson (6-2) back after an injury-plagued rookie year, and the 6-3 Maurice Harris also returns, as does Kendall Thompson (6-2), who spent last season on the practice squad. Washington also has
As it were, nothing screams “drama” like the heated rivalry between siblings. The Gasol brothers have been major players in the NBA for as long as we can remember. Now in his 16th season, older brother, Pau, has averaged 18 points and 9.5 rebounds per game, made six All-Star Game appearances, earned four All-NBA honors, and won two championships.