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November 19, 2013
Denver Broncos safety Rahim Moore underwent emergency surgery Monday to stanch bleeding in the muscle sheath in his lower left leg, a condition known as lateral compartment syndrome that can cost patients a limb or even their life. Moore is out indefinitely. Moore left the Broncos' 27-17 win over the Kansas City Chiefs in the first half Sunday night in Denver and was replaced by veteran Mike Adams . During the night, Moore called the team's athletic trainer, Steve Antonopulos , because he was still experiencing pain and swelling, interim Coach Jack Del Rio said.
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November 19, 2013
Denver Broncos safety Rahim Moore underwent emergency surgery Monday to stanch bleeding in the muscle sheath in his lower left leg, a condition known as lateral compartment syndrome that can cost patients a limb or even their life. Moore is out indefinitely. Moore left the Broncos' 27-17 win over the Kansas City Chiefs in the first half Sunday night in Denver and was replaced by veteran Mike Adams . During the night, Moore called the team's athletic trainer, Steve Antonopulos , because he was still experiencing pain and swelling, interim Coach Jack Del Rio said.
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December 24, 2009 | By Chris Foster
UCLA sophomore safety Rahim Moore was smiling. He's always smiling. This, however, wasn't the "I got you" look -- the one that follows a moment that thrusts the spotlight on him, such as when he chased down a fumble against Tennessee in his first college game last season. This was the "I know what it takes" smile. "During the summer, experts would talk about all these other defensive backs and I never saw a list with my name on it," said Moore, who leads the nation with nine interceptions.
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August 18, 2013 | By Eric Sondheimer
Ralph Caldwell is back as defensive coordinator at Dorsey, where one of his best players was Rahim Moore , a defensive back who started as a sophomore, went to UCLA and plays for the Denver Broncos. Now Dorsey has another promising sophomore ready to take over as a safety in Rayce Williams, 6 feet 3, 195 pounds. Caldwell thinks Williams has lots of potential. Also, standout receiver David Williams will see action at safety. As far as defensive backs in the City Section, Corey Walker of Crenshaw, Owen Russell of Sylmar, Tyrone Bouldin of Fairfax, Cean Tukes of San Pedro and Khalil Rashad-Brown of Narbonne should be among the standouts.
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May 21, 2013 | By Sam Farmer, Los Angeles Times
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — To hear his head coach tell it, no one on the Denver Broncos made a bigger one-season leap than safety Rahim Moore did last year. But the leap most people remember is Moore's shocking season-ender — his badly mistimed jump (and fall) in the postseason loss to Baltimore that allowed Jacoby Jones to score a 70-yard, score-tying touchdown with 31 seconds left. "I felt horrible," said Rick Neuheisel, who had Moore in his secondary when he was UCLA's head coach.
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April 29, 2011 | By Sam Farmer
Reporting from New York Akeem Ayers came to New York looking for answers, but it wasn't until he returned to Los Angeles that he got them. The UCLA linebacker, who attended the first round of the NFL draft thinking he would be among the first 32 selections, flew home disappointed Friday — only to learn when he got back that the Tennessee Titans had made him the seventh pick of the second round (39th overall). He returned to the West Coast with the intention of watching the telecast of the draft with his family.
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August 26, 2011 | By Chris Foster
UCLA's Tony Dye beams when talking about his new assignment. The move from strong safety to free safety has him in a happy place. "I love it," Dye said. "I have the whole offense in front of me and I can play the ball. I have been locked up with tight ends my whole life. " Dye's importance to defense goes beyond his position. "He was kind of born to lead," Coach Rick Neuheisel said. "Guys respect him, not only for who he is, but what he brings to the table as a person.
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September 30, 2009 | Chris Foster
UCLA's Rahim Moore and Johnathan Franklin went to California Hospital Medical Center on Monday after learning that USC tailback Stafon Johnson had been injured in a weight-room accident. The three were teammates at Los Angeles Dorsey High, where Johnson was two years ahead of Moore and Franklin. "Rahim and I had to show our support for a brother, you can say a family member," said Franklin, a redshirt freshman running back. "This is a guy I grew up with, a guy I played behind in high school, a guy I learned from, as a running back and a person."
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August 18, 2013 | By Eric Sondheimer
Ralph Caldwell is back as defensive coordinator at Dorsey, where one of his best players was Rahim Moore , a defensive back who started as a sophomore, went to UCLA and plays for the Denver Broncos. Now Dorsey has another promising sophomore ready to take over as a safety in Rayce Williams, 6 feet 3, 195 pounds. Caldwell thinks Williams has lots of potential. Also, standout receiver David Williams will see action at safety. As far as defensive backs in the City Section, Corey Walker of Crenshaw, Owen Russell of Sylmar, Tyrone Bouldin of Fairfax, Cean Tukes of San Pedro and Khalil Rashad-Brown of Narbonne should be among the standouts.
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December 16, 2009 | Wire Reports
Alabama will bring a lineup powered by a record number of Associated Press All-Americans to the national championship game. Six players on the top-ranked Crimson Tide, including Heisman Trophy winner Mark Ingram , made the AP All-America team released Tuesday. Ingram was a unanimous choice, as was linebacker Rolando McClain . Defensive tackle Terrence Cody was voted to the team for the second consecutive season. Cornerback Javier Arenas , guard Michael Johnson and kicker Leigh Tiffin also were on the squad.
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May 21, 2013 | By Sam Farmer, Los Angeles Times
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — To hear his head coach tell it, no one on the Denver Broncos made a bigger one-season leap than safety Rahim Moore did last year. But the leap most people remember is Moore's shocking season-ender — his badly mistimed jump (and fall) in the postseason loss to Baltimore that allowed Jacoby Jones to score a 70-yard, score-tying touchdown with 31 seconds left. "I felt horrible," said Rick Neuheisel, who had Moore in his secondary when he was UCLA's head coach.
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August 7, 2012 | By Chris Foster
They were recruited by Karl Dorrell. They played for Rick Neuheisel. They finish with Jim Mora. Members of UCLA's 2008 football recruiting class arrived on campus thinking about championships, but the seasons haven't gone according to script. UCLA is 21-30 since they signed on. "The question that always comes up in camp is, 'What makes a successful season?'" says one of them, senior quarterback Kevin Prince. "We have to take a humongous step forward. "The most wins we have had since I've been here is seven.
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October 30, 2011 | By Chris Foster
Coach Rick Neuheisel , when he was still addressing UCLA crowds, told fans after the spring scrimmage, "There can be only one first-time [Pacific 12 Conference] champion and it might as well be the Bruins. " Ah, but getting Neuheisel to talk about this week's game against Arizona State as a steppingstone toward that goal is a teeth-pulling experience. The Bruins can move into a first-place tie in the South Division with a victory over the Associated Press 20th-ranked Sun Devils at the Rose Bowl on Saturday.
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August 26, 2011 | By Chris Foster
UCLA's Tony Dye beams when talking about his new assignment. The move from strong safety to free safety has him in a happy place. "I love it," Dye said. "I have the whole offense in front of me and I can play the ball. I have been locked up with tight ends my whole life. " Dye's importance to defense goes beyond his position. "He was kind of born to lead," Coach Rick Neuheisel said. "Guys respect him, not only for who he is, but what he brings to the table as a person.
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April 29, 2011 | By Sam Farmer
Reporting from New York Akeem Ayers came to New York looking for answers, but it wasn't until he returned to Los Angeles that he got them. The UCLA linebacker, who attended the first round of the NFL draft thinking he would be among the first 32 selections, flew home disappointed Friday — only to learn when he got back that the Tennessee Titans had made him the seventh pick of the second round (39th overall). He returned to the West Coast with the intention of watching the telecast of the draft with his family.
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March 29, 2011 | By Chris Foster
Trying to get back some traction in the NFL draft, UCLA linebacker Akeem Ayers went through workouts with 10 other former Bruins on Tuesday. Ayers improved on the disappointing 4.8-second, 40-yard dash time he ran at the NFL combine, recording times between 4.7 and 4.76. He also went through agility drills for linebacker and defensive linemen. Whether that was enough to prop up his draft status, which was believed to be slipping toward the second round, remains to be seen. "I wanted to show that I am a better athlete than I showed at the combine," Ayers said.
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December 5, 2010 | By Chris Foster
Running back Johnathan Franklin , UCLA's first 1,000-yard rusher since 2006, was noticeably absent in the second half of a 28-14 loss to USC on Saturday. He had only one carry in the second half, after scorching USC on a 59-yard touchdown run in the first quarter. But no one was going to use the "B" word. Franklin fumbled late in the second quarter, which was returned for a touchdown. But ? "I don't think he was benched at all," Coach Rick Neuheisel said.
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November 23, 2009 | By Gary Klein
Pete Carroll has seen the scenario unfold before. A team struggles through the first part of its conference schedule and appears to be out of the bowl picture. Then it puts together three consecutive victories heading into its annual showdown against its crosstown rival. That was USC in 2001, Carroll's first season as the Trojans' coach. USC was 1-3 in the Pacific 10 Conference before winning three games in a row. The Trojans extended the streak with a 27-0 victory over UCLA, finishing 6-5 and earning a bid to the Las Vegas Bowl.
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March 29, 2011
UCLA and USC players projected to be selected in rounds 2-7 of the NFL draft (April 28-30): UCLA RAHIM MOORE, safety: Best free safety in this draft class. Good range, but needs to get stronger. Projected round: 2. DAVID CARTER, defensive tackle: Performance at the Shrine Game bumped up his stock after a poor season. Projected: 6. KAI FORBATH, kicker: Booted 85 field goals, tying him for first in school history with John Lee. Projected: 6-7. RYAN TAYLOR, center: Showed good versatility, moving to center after playing guard as a junior.
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March 16, 2011 | By Sam Farmer
For top NFL prospects, crossing the stage at Radio City Music Hall next month could feel like crossing an imaginary picket line. The choice? Snub the NFL, or snub your new teammates. In the latest example of a labor fight turned toxic, the NFL Players Assn. is looking into holding its own draft celebration in New York ? one in direct conflict with the league's traditional event ? and coaxing elite rookies-to-be to attend. That means those players would begin their careers with a weighty decision of which invitation to accept.
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