Joe Mixon L.I.F.E Camp

Joe Mixon ran another successful L.I.F.E camp in his home town of Oakley, CA this weekend. Learning Improvement Family Experience Mixon is committed to offering young men in his home town to opportunities to learn life lessons while also honing their football skills. For more information on Mixon's L.I.F.E camp, visit his website below: Mixon L.I.F.E Camp

Sergio Perkovic, Two Sport Professional Athlete

Sergio Perkovic is what we in the biz like to refer to as a goddamn freak. Especially in the world of lacrosse. Dude is 6’4″, 225. You just don’t see too many physical specimens with those types of numbers in lacrosse. It’s pretty much Paul Rabil, Myles Jones, and Sergio Perkovic. Hell, even Chris Hogan (who used to play lacrosse at the collegiate level) is only 6’1″, 210lbs. And while Chris Hogan was able to make the transition from lacrosse to catching footballs thrown by one of the greatest quarterbacks of all time, Sergio Perkovic will be the next to make the jump. Because this summer he’ll be playing in the American Flag Football League on the Roadrunners, who are led by Madden 2004’s v

Bowling benefit provides another lane for Lorenzo Alexander to connect with community

Before leaving Strikers Lanes, Rob Plant waited for an opening to approach Lorenzo Alexander. He wasn’t seeking an autograph or picture with the Buffalo Bills linebacker. Plant wanted to shake Alexander’s hand and say thank you. “Guys like him are the reason that I love the Bills as much as I do,” the 30-year season ticket holder from North Tonawanda said. “He’s a class act. The way he gives back to the community is terrific.” Plant was one of nearly 200 people who came out to support Alexander’s latest endeavor, Saturday’s charity bowling event in West Seneca to benefit the South Park High School football team and the Belle Center on Buffalo’s lower West Side. Pro Bowl running back LeSean M

Why Broncos safety Su’a Cravens wore a specialty “big ol’ helmet” during OTAs

The 6-foot-1, 221-pound safety completed his first organized team activities Thursday since being acquired by Denver via trade from Washington, where Cravens sat out last season dealing with personal and health issues following his rookie year. Concussions nearly derailed Cravens’ NFL career as he reportedly told Washington teammates last September that he contemplated retirement. But Cravens sought the help of medical specialist Micky Collins, and the Broncos gave him a second chance. Now he has the opportunity to compete for snaps in the rebuilt “No Fly Zone.” Fullscreen Before that happens, though, Cravens has taken special precautions — starting with head protection. “They got me wearing

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