CB Tramaine Brock (toe) is not expected back for Week 4 against the Eagles. (Adam Caplan)
WR Eric Decker (hamstring) remains a “true game-time decision” for Monday night against the Bears. (Manish Mehta)
HC Ron Rivera told reporters on Monday that RBs Mike Tolbert (leg) and Jonathan Stewart (leg) are both undergoing MRIs today. (Steve Reed)
An MRI on Steve Smith's left knee revealed a sprained PCL. His status is week-to-week. SOURCE: Steve Reed, Associated PressFantasy Spin:Coach Ron Rivera considers him a long shot to play in Week 17. The 13-year veteran hasn't missed a game since 2010.
Carolina wideout Steve Smith said he felt something pop in his knee Sunday against the Saints, according to Steve Reed of the Associated Press.Fantasy Spin:Smith suffered a non-contact left knee injury in the first quarter when Cam Newton overthrew him on a slant. He was walking around fine without crutches after the game and will have an MRI Monday.
(Eds: With AP Photos.) By STEVE REED AP Sports Writer Ted Ginn Jr. has never liked being labeled a ''specialist.''
Now the six-year NFL veteran is looking to take advantage of a ''fresh start'' with the Carolina Panthers and prove to critics he can still play wide receiver in the NFL and be more than just a returner.
Ginn, the ninth overall pick...
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June 13, 2013
Vancouver's B.C. Place Stadium was named the site of FIFA's 2015 Women's World Cup final marking the first time-ever a World Cup final will be played on artificial turf.
"There's a lot of factors that go into (choosing the final venue)," said Steve Reed, a national organizing committee member. "The final match, certainly, we wanted to maximize the...
Vancouver's B.C. Place Stadium will be the site of the women's 2015 World Cup final, the first time a championship game will be played on artificial turf.
The venue was announced Thursday by FIFA and Canadian organizers.
''There's a lot of factors,'' Steve Reed, a national organizing committee member, said following a news conference across the street...
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March 21, 2013
By STEVE REED
AP Sports Writer
Conference USA announced Friday that it is adding five new schools in 2013.
Commissioner Britton Banowsky said Charlotte, Florida International, Louisiana Tech, North Texas and UT-San Antonio will join the league in all sports, with Charlotte joining in football in 2015.
Charlotte is rejoining Conference USA after several years in the Atlantic 10...