Although Jordan Taylor has become a professional football player, the Denver Broncos wide receiver has not forgotten his former elementary school teacher Janet Mobley. His visit was short, but Taylor wanted to make sure he popped into Lamar Elementary School to visit Mobley before returning to Colorado for training camp.
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Denver Broncos wide receiver and Denison native Jordan Taylor holds the Vince Lombardi Trophy after the Broncos beat the Carolina Panthers to win Super Bowl 50 on Sunday night, 24-10, at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif. For more Super Bowl coverage see Page B1.
MESQUITE — University of North Texas alum and former Sherman Bearcat Zac Whitfield has signed with the Mesquite Marshals, the team announced Wednesday afternoon.
Hexas Motor Speedway president Eddie Gossage stopped by the
POTTSBORO — Russ Spears recorded his fifth hole-in-one on Saturday at Tanglewood Resort Golf Course.
Former Grayson College baseball player Mike Nolan, who was critically injured in a shooting on Sept. 18 in Yonkers, New York, has died.
ARLINGTON — The Texas Rangers’ brain trust met Sunday in the hours before the all-important regular-season finale to figure out who the heck would pitch for them in relief.
Denison native and Rice wide receiver was cut by the Denver Broncos on Saturday as teams were forced to trim their rosters to the 53-man limit but reports later that night said Taylor was going to be part of Denver’s 10-man practice squad.
(CNN) — A federal judge on Thursday vacated the four-game suspension the NFL imposed on New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady in the “Deflategate” scandal.
Former Sherman Bearcat slugger Chris Gittens has been promoted from the New York Yankees’ rookie league affiliate in Tampa, Fla. to the Yankees’ High-A team at the same location.