|08-16-2012, 07:48 AM||#1|
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U.S. Track Star Jeff Demps May Be Signed By NFL Team Soon
Jeff Demps has an Olympic silver medal, the U.S. track star now wants to make a run at a Super Bowl ring. Agent Daniel Rose told The Associated Press late Wednesday night that several NFL teams are interested in signing the speedy Demps, a former running back at the University of Florida, Rose said. Demps is expected to make a decision by Thursday night. "I'm excited because it's a good story," Rose said. "The guy goes to the Olympics to pursue one of his dreams and he succeeded. Now, he wants to go win a Super Bowl." Rose wouldn't identify the teams in the mix, but Tampa Bay coach Greg Schiano confirmed that the Buccaneers are interested in Demps, who was part of the 400-meter relay team that finished second to Jamaica in London. The New York Jets, with Demps' ex-college teammate Tim Tebow, also are among seven or eight teams on the list.
Source: Associated Press
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|08-16-2012, 12:05 PM||#3|
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At this point, I can't see why the Steelers wouldn't. While I want to see Batch succeed, I don't think he's going to. Redman is Redman. IMO, he can't carry the load. Dwyer is their best option there...so why the hell not sign him?
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