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4 Carolina Panthers Stephen Davis is back home in Carolina and eager to carry his share of the load again
One week of training camp was all Stephen Davis needed to see the benefits of signing as a free-agent running back with the Panthers.
Two years removed from a 1-15 season, Carolina followed coach John Fox's blueprint to perfection and earned its first Super Bowl berth with an upset of Philadelphia
Meeting of the Minds
The NFL title game boils down to a battle between the innovative coaching staffs of New England's Bill Belichick and Philadelphia's Andy Reid. What strategy will they cook up, and which team's countermoves will win out?
1 Carolina Panthers
Defensive end extraordinaire Julius Peppers and the return to health of a handful of stars make this club the team to beat in the NFC
Duke's Christian Laettner is pivotman and paradox: agile giant, trash-talking preppy, angelic bruiser
COMING INTO FOCUS AFTER THE FIELD WAS FLUSH WITH CANDIDATES EARLY ON, THE HEISMAN TROPHY VOTE IS SHAPING UP AS A PHOTO FINISH BETWEEN TOMMIE FRAZIER AND EDDIE GEORGE
Troy Davis's all-purpose brilliance on a poor Iowa State team to. Darnell Autry's essential ... A&M, Stephen Davis of Auburn and Chris Darkins of Minnesota,
4 Washington Redskins New coach Steve Spurrier is sure to be the most-watched rookie in the NFL this season
We're going to flip it to[running back] Stephen Davis. He'll flip it to you. You runaround left end. O.K.?" No preparation, no script. Just run theplay ...
Gerry Cooney Can't Beat His Old English Teacher, But He Could Become Heavyweight Champion Of The World
Cooney, who fights Ken Norton on May 11, has dominated everyone he has faced in the ring, but on his frequent trips back to his old school he meets his match in two-fisted Geraldine Gorman
Out on a Limb
His parents hoped Casey Martin would lead a normal life. Instead he’s living an extraordinary one.
Redskins Headed The Wrong Way Steve Spurrier's Struggles
If you're a Redskins fan watching the second year of the Steve Spurrier Era ... Redskins' decision to cut loose running back Stephen Davis, who