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  1. https://atlantasportspage1.wordpress.com/2016/06/14/paul-soliai-interview/
  2. This will get moved I know, but I was a fan of his while he was here. Sucks for him Cardinals lose DT Corey Peters for the seasonCardinals DT Corey Peters has been diagnosed with a torn left Achilles' tendon, and is out for the season. There goes part of the the Cardinals' plan to replace Darnell Dockett. Now 27, Peters is a replacement-level talent, but his injury thins already questionable defensive line depth in the desert. Fourth-rounder Rodney Gunter is the next man up. Alameda Ta'amu is also in the picture. Peters is signed (cheaply) through 2017.Source: Darren Urban on TwitterAug 20 - 1
  3. I just happened to see this. It pretty much went unnoticed. Journeyman or not, Svitek meant a lot to this team over the years, and came through for us, in some very crucial moments. For a time, there were some on here that argued that he should be our full time LT. Former Chiefs, Falcons, Patriots and Titans G/T Will Svitek announced his retirement.A sixth-round pick out of Stanford in 2005, Svitek made 21 starts for four different teams as a journeyman swing tackle. He garnered no known interest since his contract with the Titans expired after last season. Jun 11 - 10:29 AMSource: Adam Capla
  4. It's been half a lifetime since Pete Carroll walked up to Brian Banks at Long Beach Poly High and said, "Hey, you can do something. You can be something." Banks was 15 years old at the time, and to him, that message seemed clear: he had a future playing football. The next 15 years brought injustice, anger and heartbreak. On his way to possibly playing for Carroll at USC, Banks was wrongly accused of raping a girl at his high school. Rather than facing 41 years to life in prison if he fought the charges and lost, he pleaded guilty and was sent to prison for five years. "I screamed and yel
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