Hopkins expected to ‘be right on it’
John Hopkins, who had part of his finger amputated after a long-standing problem, is expected to fly out of the blocks once the new World Superbike season begins.
The Crescent Suzuki rider underwent the procedure after several operations on the finger he originally injured at Brno last [...]
Quiet Colston lets clutch catches speak for him
BRETT MARTEL, AP Sports Writer | Posted: Thursday, January 12, 2012 8:00 pm
New Orleans Saints wide receiver Marques Colston (12) scores a touchdown as Carolina Panthers free safety Sherrod Martin (23) defends during the second quarter of an NFL football game in New [...]
Hungry for another title, Ravens’ Lewis watches diet By Jarrett Bell, USA TODAY
OWINGS MILLS, Md. – Ray Lewis reaches into the black leather briefcase on the floor in front of his locker and pulls out a clear plastic bag.
Ray Lewis has been a member of the Ravens since they began play in 1996. [...]
Matt Forte hoping hyperbaric chamber speeds healing process
Brad Biggs covers the Bears for the Chicago Tribune
Hyperbaric chambers have been used by athletes to heal up faster, and one doctor said they can be effective with muscle injuries.
Chicago Bears running back Matt Forte is hopeful it will help him recover from a sprained MCL [...]
A medical breakthrough for former Brown Scott Bolzan?
By MARLA RIDENOUR
Akron Beacon Journal Published: Saturday, Nov. 26, 2011 – 12:00 am
Scott and Joan Bolzan co-authored a book, “My Life, Deleted,” released on Oct. 4 by HarperCollins. It made the New York Times bestseller list its first two weeks and was the subject of [...]
While most athletes are turning to ice bathes, anti-inflammatory drugs, etc. Some are taking a more modern approach to treating the effects of contact sports…
To ease wear and tear, Nicks turns to hyperbaric chamber BY Ebenezer Samuel
Two full seasons in the NFL have taught Hakeem Nicks one thing. By the time December comes [...]