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Former New York Giants wide receiver Devin Thomas announced his retirement on Sunday. Thomas, 25, is perhaps best known for recovering two fumbles in the Giants' NFC championship game win over the San Francisco 49ers in January. Thomas was a second round pick of the Washington Redskins in 2008. He was in Chicago Bears camp this season before abruptly calling it a career. "I have decided to retire from the NFL," he wrote on Twitter. He told the New York Daily News he has other goals in life. "I mean, you know, football, it's just a game," he said. "I enjoyed playing it for a while. I had my greatest moments obviously with the Giants. I felt my spirit going other ways. I just felt it was a good time to let the game go. I think this is the perfect time." Thomas struggled the first four years of his career and spent last season returning kicks for the Giants. He lost that job during the season but continued to contribute on special teams...
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The Chicago Bears announced today that they've signed wide receiver and special-team specialist Rashied Davis to a one-year contract.
Davis is an eight-year veteran of the NFL and played his first six seasons with the Bears. He started in 15 games in his career, but was more known for his special team efforts as he was a four-phase special-teams contributor.
The Chicago Bears signed receiver Rashied Davis to a one-year contract to replace the retired Devin Thomas.
The Bears announced the moves on Monday, while placing Thomas on the reserve/left team list.
Davis spent his first six years with Chicago and played for Detroit last season. He has 92 receptions for 1,095 yards and five touchdowns in 103 games to go with 72 kickoff returns...
After being out of football for the past two seasons, New York Giants defensive tackle Marvin Austin has a lot to prove this training camp. For starters, he needs to show that he has the ability to play to the speed of the NFL game. Theres a long list of college players who come to the NFL and never fully adjust themselves to the elite competition around them. Given Austin's...
Today I will be discussing what the Giants have to do this season to defend their crown. The Giants have targets painted on their back after winning there second championship in five years.
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Fresh off a Super Bowl victory, the New York Giants have spent this offseason looking for ways to improve their team and stay the top dog in a very competitive NFC East. Running back Ahmad Bradshaw missed 4 games in the 2011 season with a foot injury, but still managed to set a career high with 9 rushing touchdowns. Bradshaw also only fumbled the ball once, after averaging five fumbles...
Sunday marked a busy day at Chicago Bears training camp. After the early morning announcement, via Twitter no less, that wide receiver Devin Thomas had decided to leave the team, apparently with intentions to retire, the club took to the practice fields on a perfect “fall like” afternoon. Under sunny skies and breezy condition, head coach Lovie Smith put the [...]
I’ll admit it: it’s way too early to predict who will make the final roster and who will be on the outside looking in come September. It’s only the middle of week 2 in Bourbonnais.
But a few players have been making headlines at Bears camp for different reasons. Let’s take a look at who’s getting camp off on the right foot and who might be on the bubble after a poor start...
Games Played: 16
Receiving Yards: 1,241
Bears fans have been craving for a legitimate No. 1 wide receiver for years and finally got one with Marshall.
Marshall will be reunited with quarterback Jay Cutler with hopes of putting up big offensive numbers in 2012.
Playing in Miami the past two seasons with...
It looks like both the New York Giants and cornerback Terrell Thomas will avoid a major setback now that they know he won’t need surgery on his injured knee.
During Monday’s press conference, Giants head coach Tom Coughlin said that cornerback Terrell Thomas will come back to training camp and rehab his knee. It looks like there’s no tear in his ACL, which is great...