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Falcons WR calls Brad Stevens a "kid"
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Now that the “shock” of Tony Gonzalez’s return for another season has finally worn off, the Atlanta Falcons are relieved to have kept their phenomenal tight end. But let’s not get ahead of ourselves just yet. With the “Super Bowl or bust” cloud hanging over their heads, Gonzalez did announce that the 2013 season will be his last with the Falcons.
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The Atlanta Falcons enter the 2013 season with the easily the deepest safety group they have had in years. Starters Thomas Decoud and William Moore both earned their first trip to Hawaii after enjoying breakout seasons last year under new DC Mike Nolan. Decoud, playing free safety is asked to use his range and athleticism to cover deep...
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2012 Recap: Many thought that Tony Gonzalez would be solid, yet unspectacular in 2012, but far from a upside play that we all crave. Those people that took a chance on Gonzo were rewarded with the 3rd best fantasy TE, with 8.8 FPG. He finished with 93 rec for 930 yards and 8 TDs. Unbelievably enough Tongy G ended up with a spectacular...
On Wednesday, the Boston Celtics hired 36-year-old Butler University head coach Brad Stevens to be the next coach of the team, and the move, while stunning , was widely accepted by the basketball-watching public.
Even Phil Jackson, the most decorated coach in NBA history, approved:
Congrats, Danny Ainge, on hiring Brad Stevens. He has the demeanor of a composed leader. Hope he...
Roddy White is never one to keep his feelings to himself, and that was no exception on Wednesday. The Boston Celtics shocked everyone by announcing the hiring of former Butler coach Brad Stevens as their new head coach. Very few people debate Stevens’ credentials, but most were surprised by the move because it came out [...]
Tweet The search for the next head coach of the Boston Celtics came to an end on Wednesday when the franchise hired Brad Stevens to the position. The 36-year old had a pretty impressive run at Butler University, leading the Bulldogs to a 166-49 record over six years. Under Stevens, Butler were the Horizon [...]