John Calipari and Tony Barbee are on the recruiting trail. With the second of three evaluation periods underway, the two were at the Under Armour All-American Camp in Philadelphia. They looked at Moses Brown, Naz Reid, Scottie Lewis and Bryan Antoine.
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Calipari attends Under Armour All-American Camp - 247
John Calipari and assistant Tony Barbee were in attendance at the Under Armour All-American Camp in Philadelphia for the start of the second July evaluation period Wednesday.
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Texans RB B D'Onta Foreman arrested early Sunday
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Armonty Bryant, former Browns linebacker, suspended again for substance abuse
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Le Docteur | The Players' Tribune
It was a late night in the ER at Montreal General, when two police officers walked in with a suspect in cuffs. One of the officers had suffered a bad gash on his arm while making the arrest and needed stitches... When I introduced myself to the officers, the injured one immediately perked up. “Aren’t you that NFL player from McGill?” he asked. “It has to be you!”
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