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Khalif Mitchell, who became a dominant force in helping the Lions win the 2011 Grey Cup, has re-signed with B.C. rather than become a free agent next month.
The 6-foot-5, 315-pound West Division all-star may have even attracted interest in the National Football League, where he had once played for the San Francisco 49ers.
“It’s great news for our club, our fans and our league that Khalif has agreed to remain with the Lions,” Wally Buono, the team’s general manager, said in a Monday news release. “Khalif is a great player on the field and a dynamic personality that many of our fans have grown to love.”
“It’s a great feeling to know that I am returning to the organization that gave me an opportunity to develop into the player I am today,” said Mitchell.
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The 49ers fell one game short of playing the Patriots in the Super Bowl. Wait let me rephrase that, Kyle Williams muffed two punts to keep the 49ers from going to play the Patriots in the Super Bowl.
Kyle Williams this seasons Roger Craig.
I know some out there will say playcalling, some poor offensive play, referees, 3rd down conversions, etc. Yes I can agree with that. Alex Smith...
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Ugh. The NFC Championship Game was a heavyweight defensive battle. The battle raged on into overtime.And then . . . 49ers punt returner Kyle Williams fumbled the ball away, giving the Giants its opportunity to kick the winning field goal.This was the same Kyle Williams who muffed a punt earlier in the game. The rest of his winter will be most unpleasant. How does a player come back...
Sun, 22 Jan 2012 12:00:04 CST
A vicious collision between San Francisco 49ers safety Dashon Goldson and fellow defensive back Tarell Brown during the NFC Championship game against the New York Giants left Brown sprawled out in the middle of the field before he was assisted off the field.
Giants quarterback Eli Manning threw the ball in the direction of his wide-out Hakeem Nicks when the two 49ers players...
Sun, 22 Jan 2012 8:04:32 CST
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Wide receiver Ted Ginn Jr. is out of the NFC championship game for San Francisco with an injured right knee, and tight end Delanie Walker is active for the first time since breaking his left jaw.
Kyle Williams has been receiving multiple death threats since Sunday night. His crime? He did not hurt anyone. He did not assault anyone. He did not lie, cheat or steal. He didn’t bilk anyone out of their life savings. He did not embezzle from investors. He did not commit and sins or crimes against humanity.
Alright, he fumbled twice.
But death threats...
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Kyle Williams’ two punt-return miscues in Sunday’s NFC Championship Game helped send the 49ers home and the Giants to Indianapolis for the Super Bowl — and now Williams is receiving death threats on Twitter, according to reports.
His father, White Sox general manager Kenny Williams, told ESPN of the threats...
San Francisco 49ers kick returner Kyle Williams reacts after fumbling a punt return that was recovered by the New York Giants (Source sports.yahoo.com)
New Orleans Saints fans have been calling it sweet revenge after the San Francisco 49ers lost last night in the NFC Championship game. The 49ers, like the Saints, saw their Super Bowl dreams turn into a nightmare after two costly...