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Allen Park, MI (SportsNetwork.com) - The Detroit Lions announced on Wednesday that they have placed wide receiver Ryan Broyles on season-ending injured reserve. Broyles ruptured his Achilles in Sundays 31-30 comeback win over the Dallas Cowboys. It is the third straight year that Broyles has gone down with a season- ending injury. The first two he suffered were torn ACLs, one in each knee. Broyles tore the ACL in his left knee during his senior season at Oklahoma and the ACL in his right knee last year as a rookie with Detroit. In 16 games played over the past two years, he has caught 30 passes for 395 yards and two touchdowns. The team also activated running back Montell Owens from short-term injured reserve. Cheap NFL Jerseys . -- Tom Brady looked into the end zone and found his favourite receiver. wholesale jerseys . Snelling was a seventh-round pick from Virginia in 2007 and spent his full career with the Falcons. http://www.chinajerseyswholesale.us.com/ . 1 catcher. The Tigers announced the agreement on Friday night. Avila had a .227 batting average with 11 homers and 47 RBIs last season, hitting . cheap jerseys from china . Bach reiterated his confidence that Russia will provide "safe and secure" games without taking away from a festive Olympic atmosphere. Russia is mounting a massive security operation for the games, which open Feb. cheap jerseys . - The Washington Wizards are in a great position to make the playoffs for the first time in six years, and John Wall has a lot to do with it. SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- Syracuse University self-reported possible violations of its internal drug policy more than a year ago and the NCAA is investigating, according to school officials. Kevin Quinn, senior vice-president for public affairs for the university, says the inquiry does not involve any current student-athletes. In a report Monday, Yahoo Sports said a three-month investigation it conducted showed that the Syracuse mens basketball program failed to adhere to the drug policy while playing ineligible players over the past decade. The report, which citied anonymous sources, said at least 10 players since 2001 had tested positive for a banned recreational substance or substances. The sources said all 10 players were allowed to practice and play at times when they should have been suspended by the athletic department, including instances when some may not have known of their own ineligibility. The report did not identify who tested positive. Syracuse won its lone national championship in 2003. Jim Boeheim, coach of the second-ranked Orange, was not available for comment. Yahoo said it reviewed Syracuses student-athlete drug policies dating to the 2000-01 school year. They detailed the athletic departments protocol for handling positive tests, including a penalty structure for a players first, second and third offence. The Yahoo report said Syracuse violated its drug policy by failing to properly count positive tests and playing ineligible players after they should have been subject to suspension. Two sources said that of the 10 players, at least one continued to play after failing four tests and anotherr played after failing three.dddddddddddd If Syracuse is found to have knowingly violated its own drug policy, it could trigger the NCAAs so-called "wilful violators" clause, used when theres a pattern of violations. That would allow the investigation to date back to when the infractions began. The NCAA, when contacted Monday, issued a statement: "Syracuse University appropriately self-reported possible violations to the NCAA several months ago and we currently have an ongoing investigation." Spokeswoman Stacy Osburn clarified that the self-report was more than a year ago. Several Syracuse players have had legal or disciplinary issues since 2001, including Billy Edelin, Eric Devendorf, Jonny Flynn, Josh Wright, and DeShaun Williams. Beyond statute-of-limitations issues, the Yahoo report says Syracuse could be charged with lack of institutional control for failing to adhere to its own drug policy, similar to sanctions recently levied against Baylor University. Although the NCAA will be conducting random testing of every team at every game in the NCAA tournament that begins next week, schools are otherwise left to police themselves for drugs on their own terms. The Yahoo report comes in the aftermath of the firing of former Syracuse assistant coach Bernie Fine. He was accused of sexual molestation by a former Orange ball boy and his stepbrother. While charges have yet to be filed against Fine, he was fired in late November. Syracuse is the No. 1 seed in the Big East tournament, which begins Tuesday in Madison Square Garden. The Orange wont play until Thursday at noon. ' ' '
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