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Football msuspartans.com —  While the focus of the NFL Scouting Combine is on the rookie class for the upcoming NFL Draft in May, msuspartans.com also had a chance to visit with several media members from around the country last week in Indianapolis about the state of the Spartan football program after its historic 2013 season in which MSU finished No. 3 in the national polls, won a school-record 13 games and defeated Stanford in the 100th Rose Bowl Game.


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Football spartannation.com —  One of the most successful Spartan this season was LeVeon Bell. Selected in the second round of the 2013 NFL Draft by the Pittsburgh Steelers, the rookie exceeded all expectations. Bell set a franchise record for most yards from scrimmage by a rookie, held by Franco Harris since 1972. Bell rushed for 860 rushing yards and added 399 receiving yards to set the record at 1,259 total yards.
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Football db.lsj.com —  Le’Veon Bell set a franchise rookie mark while helping the Pittsburgh Steelers conclude the season with a 20-7 victory over the Cleveland Browns. The former Michigan State running back had 96 yards of total offense on Sunday to finish his rookie season with 1,259 yards from scrimmage. That total surpasses the previous rookie mark of 1,235 yards that was set by the Pro Football Hall of Famer Franco Harris in 1972. Harris had that total in 14 games, while Bell played in just 13 games this season.
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Football db.lsj.com —  Rookie running back Le’Veon Bell had his best day as a pro and helped the Pittsburgh Steelers earn a victory at Lambeau Field. Bell became the first Steeler running back to surpass the 100 yard rushing mark in 23 games and scored the go-ahead touchdown with 1:25 remaining to lift Pittsburgh to a 38-31 victory. Bell finished with a career-best 124 rushing yards on 24 carries (4.8 average) and also had a catch for five yards.
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Football clevelandbrowns.com —  The Cleveland Browns signed running back Edwin Baker off the Houston Texans' practice squad, the team announced Tuesday afternoon.
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Football detroitnews.com —  Darqueze Dennard, Detroit Lion? That’s what Chris Burke of Sports Illustrated is thinking. Burke’s updated NFL mock draft, published Tuesday, projects the Lions taking Michigan State’s standout cornerback with the No. 21 pick in the first round.
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Football db.lsj.com —  Keshawn Martin’s big play on special teams was the highlight for former Michigan State players in the NFL this week. Martin had an 87-yard punt return for the Houston Texans on Sunday in a 28-23 setback to the Oakland Raiders. Here’s a look at how Martin and other former Spartans fared this week.
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Football spartannation.com —  Wide receiver B.J. Cunningham saw playing time for Philadelphia, but did not catch any passes from Foles. Cut by the Eagles before the start of the season, Cunningham re-signed with the team on October 14 and played in his second NFL game on Sunday.
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Football db.lsj.com —  Here’s a look at how former Spartans performed in Week 9 NFL games.
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Football spartannation.com —  As incredible as it may sound, the NFL season is nearly halfway over. Only one game remains in week eight as 2013 season quickly rolls along. Though a couple of Spartans have been bitten by the injury bug (Brian Hoyer, Jerel Worthy) this season, 14 remain on active NFL rosters, and 12 were in action this week.
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Football db.lsj.com —  Here’s a look how former MSU football players fared in Week 7 NFL games.
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Football spartannation.com —  As the leaves turn brilliant colors and begin to fall to the ground, the NFL is in full bloom. With week six of the season nearly behind us, the winners have separated themselves from the bottom feeders, with numerous teams mingling in between. Many Spartans have also distinguished themselves as stars and dependable players.
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Football db.lsj.com —  Brian Hoyer had become one of the big stories in the early stages of the NFL season. That story came to an unfortunate halt for the former Spartan quarterback when he was injured in the early stages of a victory over the Buffalo Bills on Thursday. Hoyer is out for the season with a torn ACL.
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Football espn.go.com —  Cleveland Browns quarterback Brian Hoyer tore his ACL in Thursday night's victory against the Buffalo Bills and will miss the remainder of the season, coach Rob Chudzinski said Friday. An MRI confirmed the injury. "I just got word back on the MRI for Brian Hoyer. It is a torn ACL that will require surgery," Chudzinski said. "There is no other damage besides the ACL. Obviously he'll be out for the season."
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Football theonlycolors.com —  During the offseason, there was debate over whether or not a Michigan State quarterback should be starting for an NFL team, but it's another one who has come out of nowhere to make a difference.
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Football cbssports.com —  Cleveland Browns coach Rob Chudzinski likes what he's seen from Brian Hoyer, but not enough to name Hoyer the Browns starting quarterback for the rest of the season. Chudzinski announced on Monday that Hoyer would be the starter in Cleveland's Week 5 game against Buffalo on Thursday. However Chudzinski refused to commit to Hoyer beyond Week 5. "I think it's week-to-week," Chudzinski said. "Where we're at, I'm comfortable with."
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Football q.usatoday.com —  The Browns are 2-0 with Hoyer at the helm. The team started 0-2 with Brandon Weeden as QB1. Hoyer has brought an aura of confidence to the offense. He releases the ball quicker than Weeden did. He also has a strong rapport with the Browns’ top two targets, Josh Gordon and Jordan Cameron. Gordon and Cameron have combined for 30 catches for 374 yards the past two games.
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Football mlive.com —  Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell is expected to play in his first NFL game today against the Minnesota Vikings in London after having returned to practice and recovered from a mid-foot injury that sidelined him for the first three games.
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Football espn.go.com —  Brian Hoyer was always a hero for the Cleveland Browns in his backyard. On Sunday, he will try to be one in front of 73,000 fans. Not only will Hoyer make his second straight start at quarterback for the Browns, he will do it at home for the team he's always loved, against the rival Cincinnati Bengals and in front of family and friends. Discuss »
Football spartannation.com —  Already 0-2 and headed for another disappointing season, the Cleveland Browns needed a miracle and a savior. Who better to play the part than hometown product and MSU alum Brian Hoyer?
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