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Wednesday camp preview: Optimism for first-round pick wide receivers
NFL Nation reporters assess the top storylines to watch for every team on Wednesday. AFC East | AFC North | AFC South | AFC West NFC East | NFC North | NFC South | NFC West NFC EAST Dallas Cowboys After performing decently in the first two preseason games, the Cowboys defense faces its most
NFL Injury Report
NEW YORK -- The National Football League injury report, as provided by the league (OUT -- Definitely will not play; DNP -- Did not practice; LIMITED -- Limited participation in practice; FULL -- Full participation in practice): FRIDAY SAN DIEGO CHARGERS at TENNESSEE TITANS -- CHARGERS:
NFL Depth Chart Rankings
It seems like this NFL season more than ever, teams have experienced serious injuries that have weakened their rosters, which means the role of backups is more important than it's ever been. Just in this last week we saw Rob Gronkowski and Tyrann Mathieu , among others, land on injured reserve. And
Colo. Man Tunnels Into Marijuana Dispensary, Cops Say
A Colorado man was arrested after he allegedly tunneled through a wall to burglarize a marijuana dispensary. Craig Stevens, 43, was arrested in Colorado Springs, Colo., on multiple charges including second degree burglary, criminal mischief and offenses relating to marijuana and theft, after police
Attention shifts to first presidential primary
The first plane landed here from Iowa even before the caucuses started Thursday. But the rest of the presidential pack was right behind Sen. John McCain, as planeloads of candidates, campaign workers and media arrive today for the last push to the first primary. After a year of sharing the
McCain: Romney not a real Republican
ABC News' Bret Hovell reports: In what may be the harshest attack yet in the race for the 2008 Republican nomination, Sen. John McCain insinuated that rival Gov. Mitt Romney is conning New Hampshire voters when he implies that he...
Could Lower Gas Prices Be Bad?
Most Americans have welcomed the news that gas prices are falling, having declined an average of 42 cents nationwide in the past month. But from the way some people are carrying on, you would think it was the sky that was falling, not gas prices. Heading up the field is Daniel Akst, whose op-ed
Switchgrass: The Super Plant Savior?
It grows throughout the Great Plains and parts of the South, can be used to make ethanol -- an efficient and environmentally friendly fuel for cars -- and it has the potential to reduce the nation's dependence on oil. Switchgrass is the perennial wonder plant touted by President Bush in Tuesday's