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Over 45 former players, managers and coaches including all-time greats Don Hennon, DeJuan Blair, Billy Knight, Sam Young, Brandin Knight, Sam Clancy and CCAC coaching legend Bill Shay are expected to attend Pitt Basketball's Alumni Day during its Sunday contest against Rider. Alumni Day activities at the Petersen Events Center will include dinner and special recognition during halftime of the 6 p.m. contest.
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In the midst of his breakout campaign, Fred Jackson will get to play football atop his old home, thanks indirectly to Jerry Jones.
Here’s a quote about Chan Gailey from a certain Ivy League quarterback.
“I learned a tremendous among from him and I had an opportunity to start a few of the games when he was our head coach. I just remember him being someone that was so supportive of me being a guy in a backup role coming in to start and creating an environment for me where I could be successful and our team...
Fred Jackson will be closer than any other Bills player from Texas to his childhood roots. Check out our video feature on Fred’s trip back home to his old neighborhood, which is now literally the new Cowboys stadium.
Bills WR David Nelson has a ticket count of 82 when he returns to his native Texas Sunday for the Bills-Cowboys game. What’s going to be intriguing about his return is the potential for a very compromising scenario should he score a touchdown in the game.
Nelson’s long time girlfriend, Kelsi Reich, is a Dallas Cowboys cheerleader (see photo at bottom). Her job is to root for...
There may be a conflict of interest on the sidelines at Cowboys Stadium this weekend when the Dallas Cowboys host the Buffalo Bills.Bills WR David Nelson is the boyfriend of Cowboys cheerleader Kelsi Reich, who has been a member of the squad for four years. “If I’m in the area where she is I’m sure I’ll have something planned for that, but I also don’t want to get her in...
Bills WR Stevie Johnson missed Friday’s practice due to illness.
Johnson showed up at One Bills Drive, got some medication and went home to rest up according to head coach Chan Gailey.
“Stevie was sick today, but he’s probable,” said Gailey.
Bills coach Chan Gailey said receiver Stevie Johnson was held out of practice today simply because he was ill. Gailey said Johnson will be ready to start against the Cowboys in Dallas.
Meanwhile, Andy Levitre worked with the starting unit at left tackle, and it looks like he will start vs. sackmaster DeMarcus Ware. Rookie Chris Hairston, held out the past couple games with an ankle...
Folk was clutch in a memorable game.The Dallas Cowboys are hosting the Buffalo Bills this Sunday. The Boys should be thankful that they are not making the trip to Buffalo this time of year. Playing the Bills brings back many happy memories for Cowboy fans: two Superbowls and that improbable come from behind victory a few years ago at Rich Stadium.In preparation for this week’s...