Rex Burkhead

#34RB,
Yds
344
Y/G
21.5
TD
2
Height: 5' 10"
Weight: 210
Born:
College: Nebraska
Birth Place: Plano, Texas
Draft: 2013 6th round (22nd pick) by the
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    Darrelle Revis won't face league discipline after charges dropped

    Former New York Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis no longer faces the possibility of NFL discipline stemming from felony assault charges that were dismissed in March by a Pittsburgh judge, according to a league spokesman. At the time of the dismissal, the league said it would continue to review the case under its personal-conduct policy. That review is complete. Revis, 31, who was released March 9 by the Jets, remains a free agent. He's still owed $6 million by the Jets, the final guaranteed portion of the five-year, $70 million contract he signed in 2015. In February, Revis was arrested in connection with a street fight that left two men unconscious. He was charged with two felony counts of aggravated

  • Kyle Shanahan: One play I regret in Falcons' collapse vs. Patriots
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    Kyle Shanahan: One play I regret in Falcons' collapse vs. Patriots

    Remember that Atlanta Falcons offensive game plan against the Patriots in the final five minutes of the Super Bowl? Kyle Shanahan, then the Falcons offensive coordinator and now coach of the San Francisco 49ers won't forget it. If Atlanta had simply run the ball and kicked a field goal with an eight-point lead, the Falcons would have likely held off Tom Brady and the Pats' comeback from a 28-3 third-quarter deficit. Shanahan told The Rich Eisen Show there's one play call he'd like to have back.  "The second-and-10 that we got sacked on,” Shanahan said. “I wish I had dialed up something differently. And then the next play, we called an option to [Mohamed] Sanu, we got right back in field goal

  • Orlando Sentinel

    Orlando Magic should let Frank Vogel shop for his own groceries

    Frank Vogel sat front and center in the big chair as the face of the Orlando Magic at the NBA Draft Lottery earlier this week. Is it just coincidence that Vogel is the first coach in recent memory to represent the Magic at the lottery — or is it an indication the Magic are elevating their head coach in the franchise’s hierarchy and giving him more power and influence? Let’s hope it’s the latter and Vogel is given more clout and control of basketball decisions than previous coaches have had. In fact, unless the Magic can attract Jerry West or Larry Bird, team CEO Alex Martins should consider making Vogel the president of basketball operations and hiring a general manager to work under him. Granted,