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Hall of Fame profile: Buffalo Bills WR Andre Reed (Shutdown Corner) ( today ) Courtesy of
The Pro Football Hall of Fame’s Class of 2014 gets inducted on Saturday. Shutdown Corner will profile the seven new Hall of Famers this week, looking at each of their careers and their impact on the game. Andre Reed Buffalo Bills, 1985-1999 Buffalo Bills, 2000 Washington Redskins Wide receiver Greatest moment The 1993 season was not Reed's best by any means — he had 11 seasons in the NFL with more catches, eight seasons with more receiving yards and five more years with more touchdowns. But Reed's playoff performance in the Bills' wild-card victory over the Houston Oilers was one of the best in one of the biggest comebacks in NFL history. The Oilers led 35-3 in the third quarter and looked to be doomed with quarterback Jim Kelly hurt and backup Frank Reich taking his place. But after the Bills cut the lead to 35-17, Reed started to take over. He caught touchdown passes of 26 and 18 yards in the third quarter and a 17-yard score in the fourth to give the Bills the lead in a game they eventually would win in overtime. The three receiving touchdowns are tied for the most in NFL playoff history, and Reed finished the game with eight receptions for 136 yards, the second-highest playoff yardage total he put up in his 21 postseason games. The highest total would come four weeks after the dramatic Oilers comeback, but it would come in a losing effort in Super Bowl XXVII — the third of four straight Bills losses in the championship game. Impact on the game At the time of his retirement after the 2000 season, Reed ranked third all time in receptions with 951 and his 13 seasons with 50 or more catches is tied for second most in NFL history, behind only Jerry Rice. Reed now ranks 11th in receptions all time (with the 10 men ranked ahead of him all retiring after him) and 13th in receiving yards with 13,198. Yahoo! Wed, Jul 30
Bucs LBs shed L-Bs to fit Smith's scheme (The SportsXchange) ( today ) Courtesy of
Considering the Tampa Bay Buccaneers added 40 new players since he was hired, Lovie Smith has trimmed a lot of fat from the roster. Smith didn't stop there. Smith gave players a directive: become lighter and quicker before training camp or suffer the consequences. Seven pounds were shed by middle linebacker Mason Foster. Yahoo! Wed, Jul 30
Lions claim WR Payton off waivers from Buccaneers (The Associated Press) ( today ) Courtesy of
DETROIT (AP) -- The Detroit Lions have claimed wide receiver Quintin Payton off waivers from Tampa Bay. Yahoo! Wed, Jul 30
NFL roundup: Cowboys LT Smith signs eight-year extension (The SportsXchange) ( today ) Courtesy of
The Dallas Cowboys signed left tackle Tyron Smith to an eight-year extension worth close to $98 million. The total value of the deal is close to $110 million. Yahoo! Wed, Jul 30
Glazers set to raise $150m by selling Man U shares (The Associated Press) ( today ) Courtesy of
Manchester United's American owners are set to raise around $150 million by selling more of their shares in the club on the New York Stock Exchange. The Glazers, who maintain control of the club, previously sold 10 percent of their holding via a stock listing in 2012. The latest share sale was announced on a day when United shares closed at $19.31, with the Glazers cashing in at a time of renewed confidence at the club. It also comes two months after Malcom Glazer, who led the family takeover of United in 2005, died. Yahoo! Wed, Jul 30
Current Roster
Quarterback College External Player News Links
Mike Glennon North Carolina State
Mike Kafka Northwestern
Josh McCown Sam Houston State
Alex Tanney Monmouth (Ill.)
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Brendan Bigelow California
Jeff Demps Florida
Mike James Miami (Fla.)
Jorvorskie Lane Texas A&M
Doug Martin Boise State
Lonnie Pryor Florida State
Bobby Rainey Western Kentucky
Charles Sims West Virginia
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Skye Dawson Texas Christian
Mike Evans Texas A&M
David Gettis Baylor
Lavelle Hawkins California
Robert Herron Wyoming
Vincent Jackson Northern Colorado
Louis Murphy Jr. Florida
Chris Owusu Stanford
Eric Page Toledo
Solomon Patton Florida
Russell Shepard LSU
Tommy Streeter Miami (FL)
Tight End College External Player News Links
Andrew DePaola Rutgers
Brandon Myers Iowa
Austin Seferian-Jenkins Washington
Luke Stocker Tennessee
Tim Wright Rutgers
Kicker College External Player News Links
Connor Barth North Carolina
Michael Koenen Western Washington
Patrick Murray Fordham
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Da'Quan Bowers Clemson
Adrian Clayborn Iowa
Euclid Cummings Georgia Tech
William Gholston Michigan State
Michael Johnson Georgia Tech
Matthew Masifilo Stanford
Gerald McCoy Oklahoma
Clinton McDonald Memphis
Steven Means Buffalo
Scott Solomon Rice
Akeem Spence Illinois
Chaz Sutton South Carolina
Ronald Talley Delaware
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Nate Askew Texas A&M
Jeremy Cain Massachusetts
Jonathan Casillas Wisconsin
Lavonte David Nebraska
Dane Fletcher Montana State
Mason Foster Washington
Ka'Lial Glaud Rutgers
Danny Lansanah Connecticut
Damaso Munoz Rutgers
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Johnthan Banks Mississippi State
Mark Barron Alabama
Deveron Carr Arizona State
Dashon Goldson Washington
Danny Gorrer Texas A&M
Mike Jenkins South Florida
Leonard Johnson Iowa State
Keith Lewis Virginia-Lynchburg
Kelcie McCray Arkansas State
Bradley McDougald Kansas
Rashaan Melvin Northern Illinois
D.J. Moore Vanderbilt
Quinton Pointer UNLV
Mycal Swaim Eastern Michigan
Keith Tandy West Virginia
Alterraun Verner UCLA
Major Wright Florida
Offensive Lineman College External Player News Links
Josh Allen Louisiana-Monroe
Anthony Collins Kansas
Oniel Cousins UTEP
Jace Daniels Northern Michigan
Evan Dietrich-Smith Idaho State
Demar Dotson Southern Miss
Kadeem Edwards Tennessee State
Jason Foster Rhode Island
Jamon Meredith South Carolina
Andrew Miller Virginia Tech
Carl Nicks Nebraska
Patrick Omameh Michigan
Kevin Pamphile Purdue
Matt Patchan Boston College