Keith Rivers

#56LB,
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 235
Born:
College: USC
Birth Place: Lake Mary, Florida
Draft: 2008 1st round (9th pick) by the
  • How did Cowboys first-round pick Taco Charlton fare vs. Tyron Smith in OTAs this week? 
    SportsDay

    How did Cowboys first-round pick Taco Charlton fare vs. Tyron Smith in OTAs this week? 

    They kicked him inside with their dime package when they put the six defensive backs on the field. He got kicked inside to play with the three technique on the outside shoulder of the guard and his spin move was really, really good, able a couple times to get home that way. The kid's doing things to free himself. He's just not rushing up the field and getting blocked so he's trying to do things. Technique will come, hopefully the quickness will come, and we'll see him have more success like he did inside rushing the passer. This is just going to give some other opportunities for some guys. This team's actually pretty well-equipped to handle a loss like that now; if it's a four-game loss that's

  • NBC, JPMorgan Chase, MLB win Sports Business Awards
    New York Business Journal

    NBC, JPMorgan Chase, MLB win Sports Business Awards

    Chicago Cubs owner Tom Ricketts was named Sports Executive of the Year at the 2017 Sports Business Awards in New York City. Major League Baseball was named Sports League of the Year, and the Chicago Cubs were honored as Sports Team of the Year. Almost 900 people attended the event at the Marriott Marquis at Times Square on Wednesday night. Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones was honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award for his contributions to the industry. The award was presented by longtime sports broadcaster and NFL play-by-play announcer Al Michaels. Here's the full list of the winners: Sports Breakthrough of the Year: Fanatics Best in Property Consulting, Sales and Client Services: AEG Global

  • Victor Cruz, Chicago Bears agree to one-year contract
    USA Today

    Victor Cruz, Chicago Bears agree to one-year contract

    Victor Cruz is getting another shot after his run with the New York Giants ended this offseason. The wide receiver agreed to a one-year deal with the Chicago Bears on Thursday, a person with knowledge of the deal told USA TODAY Sports' Tom Pelissero. The person spoke on condition of anonymity because the deal had not been announced. NFL Network was first to report the deal. Cruz appeared to confirm the news in an Instagram post. Cruz, 30, was released earlier this year after catching 39 passes for 586 yards and one touchdown in 2016, his first season back in almost two years after a run of injuries. In Chicago, Cruz joins a receiving corps that returns Cameron Meredith and 2015 first-round pick