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Here’s the latest news, information and milestones from the National Football League.


***When Kansas City defeated Green Bay, 19-14, handing the Packers their first loss of the season, dropping them to 13-1. It was Romeo Crennel’s first game as the Chiefs’ head coach. That ended Green Bay’s 15-game regular-season winning streak, the longest streak ended by a head coach in his NFL debut for a team.

The previous mark was held by Pro Football Hall of Famer Paul Brown, whose Browns defeated the Philadelphia Eagles, winners of their past eight games in 1949, in Cleveland’s first game as an NFL team on September 16, 1950.


***The Detroit Lions drove 98 yards in the final minutes of their game in Week 15 at Oakland and scored a touchdown with 39 seconds remaining to top off the comeback win. Detroit QB Matthew Stafford passed for 391 yards and four touchdowns and wide receiver Calvin Johnson caught nine balls for 214 yards and two touchdowns. The two hooked up on the game-winning TD from six yards out.

Stafford at 23 years, 10 months old has passed for 4,145 yards and a team-record 33 touchdowns and is the second youngest QB in NFL history with at least 4,000 passing yards and 30 TD passes in a season behind Hall of Fame QB Dan Marino from 1984.

***San Diego Chargers QB Philip Rivers has surpassed 4,000 yards (4,015) for the fourth straight season. He joins Peyton Manning and Drew Brees as the only QB’s in NFL history to pass for 4,000+ yards in at least four consecutive seasons.

***Philadelphia Eagles RB Le Sean Mc Coy leads the NFL with 20 TD’s, 17 rushing, 3 receiving and passed Pro Football Hall of Famer Steve Van Buren who had 18 in 1945 for the most in a season in franchise history. That was the longest-standing single-season club TD mark in the NFL. The current record now belongs to John David Crow of the Cardinals in 1962. He scored three TD’s against the New York Jets in Week 15.

***In the Cowboys Week 15 win over Tampa Bay, 31-15, QB Tony Romo became the first quarterback in team history to throw three touchdowns and run for another in the first half of a game. Romo, who made his 75th career start, passed for 249 yards and his 20,283 passing yards are the the third-most for any player in NFL history through his first 75 starts, joining Hall of Famer Dan Marino, 20,492 and Kurt Warner 20,305.

***The Saints defeated Minnesota in Week 15, 42-20. In the contest Drew Brees became the first player in NFL history to complete 80+ percent of his passes (32 of 40, 80 percent) and throw for at least 400 yards (412) and five touchdowns with no interceptions in a game. It marked his 11th 300-yard passing game of 2011, the most in a single season all-time. Brees has 4,780 yards, joining Peyton Manning as the only QB’s to pass for at least 4,500 yards in three different seasons and needs 305 yards to set the single-season passing record set by Pro Football Hall of Fame QB Dan Marino’s 5,084.


Info compiled from NFL game notes and news

Power stays as Louisville pitching coach


Ted Power (courtesy of Louisville Bats)

Ted Power will remain as the pitching coach for Triple-A Louisville, the Cincinnati Reds announced recently.

The 56-year-old is a former Louisville Redbirds player and is entering his seventh season as pitching coach.

Power played 13 years in the major leagues, including five with the Reds from 1983-87.

Power also played for Los Angeles, Kansas City, Detroit, St. Louis, Pittsburgh, Cleveland and Seattle. He amassed 68 wins and 70 saves.


Info compiled from Cincinnati Reds & Louisville Bats news

Former Cavs guard Davis heading to Knicks


Baron Davis (file photo)

There are reports out of New York, that the Knicks will sign Baron Davis to a contract.

Davis, who is expected to agree to a contract today, was waived by Cleveland last week as part of the league’s new amnesty clause after being designated as the amnesty player.

Davis was not claimed off waivers by anyone, but chose the Knicks himself.

New York needs backcourt depth waiving their amnesty player Chauncey Billups.

The Knicks recently signed point guard Mike Bibby.

Davis will be out of action due to a bulging disk in his back.


Info compiled from staff, Radio & TV news

David Bell named manager for Reds’ AAA team in Louisville


The grandson and son of former major leaguers Gus Bell and Buddy Bell, David, has been named to succeed Rick Sweet as manager of the Louisville Bats.

The Bats are the Reds’ Triple-A affiliate. It’ll be the first time since 2004 that Rick Sweet will not be the manager of the Bats.

David Bell (courtesy of Carolina Mudcats)

Sweet, who is the all-time winningest manager in Louisville franchise history, will stay in the Reds’ organization. He has been named the catching coordinator of the Reds.

The 39-year-old Bell, was the manager at Double-A Carolina from 2009-2011 and had a record of 176-239. 2009 was his debut as a manager at any level.

Bell, who could play 2B, 3B and SS during his 12-year career, spent time with Cleveland, St. Louis, Seattle, San Francisco, Philadelphia and Milwaukee.

Bell played for the Louisville Redbirds from 1995-1997 and is one of just four players in Louisville franchise history to hit for the cycle (single, double, triple & home run).


Info compiled from Louisville Bats & Cincinnati Reds news

Reds to induct Casey, Driessen, Reilly to Hall of Fame


Sean Casey at first base in 2004 with Reds (photo by Rick Dikeman via wikipedia commons)

The Cincinnati Reds have announced their 2012 Hall of Fame class.

Three-time All-Star Sean Casey, Big Red Machine 3B/1B Danny Driessen and 19th century first baseman John Reilly will be joining the membership of 75 who have been inducted to the team’s hall.

Casey was selected by the online voting process through the Modern Player Ballot.

Driessen and Reilly were picked by the Reds’ Hall of Fame veteran’s committee, which is composed of media, Hall of Famers, historians and Hall of Fame executives.

The trio will be honored June 22-24 during the Reds’ Hall of Fame Weekend, which will include on-field ceremonies at Great American Ball Park and festivities at the team’s Hall of Fame.

Casey quickly became one of the most popular players to play for Cincinnati. He became known as “The Mayor” during his eight-year tenure.

Driessen was a versatile infielder with the Big Red Machine clubs in the 70′s. He played 12 seasons for Cincinnati from 1973 to 1984.

Reilly was a Cincinnati native and very solid first baseman in the 1880′s. Reilly played for the Reds his entire career of nine years. He held team records for most singles, doubles, triples, home runs, runs scored, RBI’s and games played.

The 37-year-old Casey, who grew up in the Pittsburgh area, also played for Cleveland, Detroit and Boston. He retired after the 2008 season.

He was a 3-time All-Star with the Reds and was the 1999 winner of the Hutch Award.

Casey’s career totals includes: a .302 average, 130 homers and 735 RBI’s.


Info courtesy of the Cincinnati Reds

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