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It didn’t take long for Chris Harris to find employment after retiring from football.Click to Continue »Upvote Share TweetChicago Bulls All-Star forward Luol Deng was in the starting lineup Monday night against the Charlotte Bobcats.Upvote Share Tweet
Panthers seat licenses not ‘forever’ after allAs the team negotiates with the city of Charlotte for $125 million in public money for stadium renovations, some fans have questioned what their PSLs guarantee them. The truth: A…Click to Continue »Upvote Share Tweet
Shulas can relate to Harbaugh family rivalry at the ‘Har-Bowl’Before there was a Har-Bowl, there was a Shula Bowl — several of them, actually.Click to Continue »Upvote Share Tweet
Carolina Panthers pursue $62 million in state supportCarolina Panthers? owner Jerry Richardson met with Gov. Pat McCrory and House Speaker Thom Tillis on Monday in pursuit of as much as $62 million in state money to help…Click to Continue »Upvote Share Tweet
Panthers make Dorsey QBs coachESPN.com Updated Jan 28, 2013The Carolina Panthers just announced three moves to their coaching staff. They’ve hired Ken Dorsey as quarterbacks coach, Jim Skipper as running backs coach and Al Holcomb as linebackers coach. Skipper previously spent nine seasons (2002 through 2010) wUpvote Share Tweet
Bulls Charge Past Bobcats, 93-85Jan 28Jimmy Butler leads Bulls with 19 points.
Rudy Gay subject of active trade discussions between Toronto Raptors, Memp…Jan 28The Memphis Grizzlies continue to field calls from teams interested in Rudy Gay and are engaged in active trade discussions with the Toronto Raptors, sources with knowledge of the talks told ESPN.com.
Clayton's mailbag: What's next for fired GMs?Jan 28There are plenty of experienced GMs sitting on the sidelines, waiting to get back into the NFL. Plus, answers to reader questions.
Don Banks: Ken Whisenhunt breaks down Niners-Ravens matchupJan 28NEW ORLEANS -- The Super Bowl pairing of San Francisco and Baltimore holds little surprise factor for Ken Whisenhunt. The newly named San Diego Chargers offensive coordinator, and former Arizona Cardinals head coach, witnessed first-hand the rise of the…
Allen Iverson eyed by Dallas Mavericks' D-League affiliate, sources sayJan 28The Texas Legends are lobbying Allen Iverson to try work his way back to the NBA by playing for the Dallas Mavericks' Development League affiliate, according to D-League sources.