Bryan Crawford


Bryan Crawford currently covers the Chicago Bulls and serves as the team blogger for NBC Chicago. He has also penned numerous online and print articles for SLAMonline and SLAM Magazine. Additionally, Bryan has written several print features for the Chicago RedEye on a number of Bulls players and is a contributor to The SportsFan Journal and other online media outlets.


Locker likely out against the Vikings

Tennessee Titans quarterback Jake Locker will be sidelined against the Minnesota Vikings this weekend with a second dislocation in his non-throwing shoulder.

Jacksonville looks to move to 2-2 this season

The Jacksonville Jaguars will look to avenge last season's disappointing home loss to the Cincinnati Bengals when the two meet at EverBank Field on Sunday.

MTSU shocks Georgia Tech in Atlanta

Middle Tennessee State pulled off the shocker at Georgia Tech, winning the game 49-28.

NHL, NHLPA agree on definition of HRR

The NHL and the NHLPA have reportedly agreed on how to define hockey-related revenue in the next CBA.

Bubba Watson and Webb Simpson come up short

Webb Simpson struggled in the putting game all day as the European team of Ian Poulter and Justin Rose squeezed out a 1 up win during Saturday Morning Foursomes at the 2012 Ryder Cup.

Watson and Simpson trail Poulter and Rose

The American team of Bubba Watson and Wedd Simpson trail the European team of Ian Poulter and Justin Rose in foursomes at the 2012 Ryder Cup.

Dwyane Wade still recovering from knee surgery

Miami Heat All-Star Dwyane Wade is still recovering from arthroscopic surgery on his left knee and could miss the team's preseason games in October.

Roy Helu out for the season with turf toe

Washington Redskins third-string running back, Toy Helu, has been placed on the IR and will miss the rest of the season with turf toe.

Baltimore not a unanimous favorite over Cleveland

Some NFL experts are giving the Cleveland Browns a chance at beating the Baltimore Ravens when the two teams open up Week 4 on Thursday night.

Mike Gundy says Wes Lunt could play against Texas.

Wes Lunt was injured in Oklahoma State's last game, but the freshman quarterback could be ready to go against the No. 12 Texas Longhorns when the two meet on the field this Saturday.

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