Goldstein, Larry
November 2005
Sporting News;11/25/2005, Vol. 229 Issue 47, p55
The article presents information related to various football players. After a slow start, Ronnie Brown is reminding the team Miami Dolphins why they drafted him No. 2 overall. Cadillac Williams showed he has huge upside, averaging 144.7 yards in his first three NFL. Despite wide receiver injuries, Matt Hasselbeck is having a career year. Mines Ward is perennially one of the most consistent wideouts in the NFL.


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