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Released by USF, Joyer taking look at Louisville

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TAMPA - Wesley Chapel offensive lineman Kamran Joyer, who signed with the University of South Florida but then asked for his release because he was unsure whether he would be accepted into USF, will visit Louisville on Wednesday. Jack Joyer, Kamran's father, said if his son "likes it, he'll sign there [Wednesday]. I'd say it's probably 99 percent," Jack Joyer added. "He wants to make sure he likes the coaches and they like him." Looks like a great pickup.

Some Good Football News: Scott Long Participates in 7-on-7 Drills

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CL Brown posted a quick blog post about Scott Long's progress returning from injury.

Something I made when I was fooling around with Microsoft paint. Most of the other Louisville...

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Something I made when I was fooling around with Microsoft paint. Most of the other Louisville wallpapers I found online weren't very good in my opinion. I figured I'd make it available to you guys. Go Cards!

"Rising senior" verbals to U of L

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From the AJC's recruiting blog: ESPN is reporting that Sandy Creek defensive end Lacy Coleman today committed to Louisville, an item confirmed by pay sites Rivals (Howie Lindsey has that) and Scout (Mike Hughes with the details). You can click on either site name for a more in-depth report, but they are pay sites so subscriptions are required. The 6-foot-5, 218-pound rising senior is considered raw and in need of additional bulk to be a college defensive end. ESPN says he chose the Cardinals over East Carolina, Western Kentucky, Louisiana-Monroe and Toledo.

Packernews.com article on Brohm, Flynn

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h/t Quinn1979 for alerting the CardChron staff to this article. Good read. Hopefully Brian gets his confidence back during fall camp.

T-Will's pro career off with less than a bang

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Williams scored just two points on 1-of-8 shooting in 35 minutes as the Nets fell to the 76ers in their Summer League opener. He did pull down nine rebounds, second-best on the squad.

'Mardo leads Jamaica to CBC Gold

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Where did these guys come from? JAMAICA!!! Jamaica started the first quarter 20-10 and never lost the lead as they routed the British Virgin Islands 65-61 to win the gold at the Caribbean Basketball Confederation Championships last evening at the Multipurpose Sports Complex. For the home team, the silver finish was the best performance at the CBC level and has earned a spot to compete at Centrobasket for the first time next year. Led by Samardo Samuels’ 17 points, Jamaica dominated the paint, pounding the BVI inside, avoiding the shot blocking of the BVI’s Kleon Penn, who for the first time in the tournament ended the game without stopping a shot.

Softball Standout Signee

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Great story on incoming softball pitcher from North Carolina. Led team to three consecutive state titles. Sat out her Senior year regular season with torn ACL, but came back to pitch in playoffs.

Woodny Turenne standing out in Chicago

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Good for him. Woodny Turenne-- Another undrafted free agent making the most of his opportunities, Turenne has displayed some impressive athleticism and toughness. Although he's behind Charles Tillman, Nathan Vasher and Zack Bowman, he's put some pressure on Trumaine McBride, D.J. Moore and Marcus Hamilton for the fourth cornerback slot. Even if he doesn't make the final 53-man roster, Turenne appears an ideal candidate for the practice squad, a nice honor for any undrafted rookie. And from Scout: CB Woodny Turenne One of the few non-roster invitees at rookie minicamp to get noticed by the coaching staff, Turenne continues to command attention during the offseason program. The former Louisville Cardinal has been seeing some time with the second-team defense during OTAs, and he's made more plays than veterans like Trumaine McBride and Marcus Hamilton. He's no threat to make a jump to the 53-man roster right away, but he's built like a Cover-2 corner at 6-1 and 182 pounds and plays very hard. If Charles Tillman needs to be moved to safety one day and Nathan Vasher can't recapture the magic he showed earlier in his career, Turenne may be a contributor down the road.

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