NewsApril.07.19

Swearinger happy to pair charity game with spring game

D.J. Swearinger walked into the Gamecock Volleyball Center smiling ear to ear as a large crowd of children from the Boys and Girls Club of the Midlands, a large crowd of the general public and all kinds of former and current members of the Gamecocks football program were all together under the...

D.J. Swearinger walked into the Gamecock Volleyball Center smiling ear to ear as a large crowd of children from the Boys and Girls Club of the Midlands, a large crowd of the general public and all kinds of former and current members of the Gamecocks football program were all together under the same roof. Swearinger hosted his third annual celebrity charity basketball game on Saturday evening, but it was the first time it was held on his alma mater’s campus. The previous two seasons were held in Columbia, but at Benedict College. “It feels great man. This is where I went to school. The last two years having it at Benedic...

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NewsApril.03.19

Swearinger remains true to SC roots, giving back with charity basketball game

D.J. Swearinger wasn’t going to forget the Gamecocks and his home-state ties after he stopped playing for the South Carolina football program. Swearinger still follows the program closely and is bringing his celebrity charity basketball game back to Columbia this week. The game is 6 p.m. Sa...

D.J. Swearinger wasn’t going to forget the Gamecocks and his home-state ties after he stopped playing for the South Carolina football program. Swearinger still follows the program closely and is bringing his celebrity charity basketball game back to Columbia this week. The game is 6 p.m. Saturday at the Carolina Volleyball Center at the University of South Carolina. The game will help raise money for The Boys & Girls Club of the Midlands. “When we were playing at USC, we wondered why NFL guys and some others wouldn’t come around and we always said we would change that,” Swearinger said. “We want to h...

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NewsMarch.21.19

Arizona Cardinals building solid secondary in the desert

The Arizona Cardinals’ front office is putting together an impressive contingent of defensive backs to compete with in 2019 Just five short months ago, Patrick Peterson of the Arizona Cardinals wanted out. The superstar cornerback was disenchanted with the direction of the organiz...

The Arizona Cardinals’ front office is putting together an impressive contingent of defensive backs to compete with in 2019 Just five short months ago, Patrick Peterson of the Arizona Cardinals wanted out. The superstar cornerback was disenchanted with the direction of the organization and was demanding to be traded. Thankfully, the Cardinals weren’t willing to accommodate Peterson’s request, and have since made peace with the perennial Pro Bowler. With Peterson now staying put, the Cards’ front office has been placing some talented defensive backs around him. Players that could provide a tremendous lif...

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NewsMarch.14.19

Arizona Cardinals defense could improve greatly in 2019

An impressive series of roster additions could spark a rebound performance from the Arizona Cardinals’ defensive unit in 2019 The Arizona Cardinals’ defense took a huge step backwards last season. Changes were made to the coaching staff this offseason, but an influx of talent on the p...

An impressive series of roster additions could spark a rebound performance from the Arizona Cardinals’ defensive unit in 2019 The Arizona Cardinals’ defense took a huge step backwards last season. Changes were made to the coaching staff this offseason, but an influx of talent on the playing field was needed as well. Apparently, the Cards’ front office agreed with that assessment. Over the past few months, Arizona general manager Steve Keim has appeared to be on a mission. Significant reinforcements have been added to a defensive unit that was difficult to watch in 2018. In fact, the reconstruction of the group’s...

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