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Seattle Seahawks sign DT Al Woods

Seattle Seahawks sign DT Al Woods

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May 11 (UPI) -- Veteran defensive tackle Al Woods has signed with the Seattle Seahawks, according to his agency. Woods, 32, played two games for Seattle in 2011. He started 24 games over the last two seasons with the Indianapolis Colts. Woods had 24 tackles in 14 games last season. He began his career with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2010. His agency, SportsTrustAdvisors disclosed the terms but NFL Media reported Woods signed a one-year contract worth $ 2.25 million. Woods previously visited the Lions this offseason. He left Detroit without a contract. Seattle signed defensive end Ziggy Ansah earlier this week. Ansah was a first-round pick of the Lions in 2013 and has 48 career sacks. Let's block ads! (Why?) Sports News - UPI.com
Tiger Woods: Masters win follows career doubts and changes children’s perspective

Tiger Woods: Masters win follows career doubts and changes children’s perspective

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Media playback is not supported on this device Tiger Woods says his Masters triumph is "right up there" with his greatest achievements, having faced "serious doubts" he would ever contend again.Woods, 43, won a fifth Green Jacket at Augusta National on Sunday, his first major win in 11 years and a first since having four operations on his back.The 15-time major winner said he "could barely walk" before surgery and his children had seen golf cause "pain". "We're creating new memories for them and it's just very special," he said."I was very lucky to be given another cha...
Tiger Woods roars into Masters contention despite bizarre security guard collision

Tiger Woods roars into Masters contention despite bizarre security guard collision

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Media playback is not supported on this device Masters second-round leaderboard-7: F Molinari (Ita), J Day (Aus), B Koepka (US), A Scott (Aus), L Oosthuizen (SA); -6: D Johnson (US), J Harding (SA), T Woods (US), X Schauffele (US); -5: I Poulter (Eng), J Rahm (Spa)Selected others: -4 P Mickelson (US); -3: B DeChambeau (US), R Fowler (US); -2: T Fleetwood (Eng); -1: J Spieth (US), B Langer (Ger), P Reed (US); Level: R McIlroy (NI); +2: T Hatton (Eng); +3: E Pepperell (Eng) Full leaderboardTiger Woods is in contention to win a first major since 2008 despite almost being injured in a bizarr...
Emotional Woods wins for first time in five years as Rose takes $10m Tour jackpot

Emotional Woods wins for first time in five years as Rose takes $10m Tour jackpot

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Tour Championship final-round leaderboard (US unless stated)-11 T Woods; -9 B Horschel; -7 D Johnson; -6 H Matsuyama (Jpn), W Simpson, J Rose (Eng); -5 R Fowler, J Thomas, X Schauffele, R McIlroy (NI)Selected others: -4 T Fleetwood (Eng), P Casey (Eng); -3 T Finau; -1 B DeChambeau; +13 P MickelsonFull leaderboardAn emotional Tiger Woods completed an astonishing comeback to win the season-ending Tour Championship by two shots and record his first win in five years.The 42-year-old's victory in Atlanta was his 80th PGA Tour title - only fellow American Sam Snead has more - but his first since August 2013.Less than a year ago he was 1,199 in the world after spinal fusion surgery - the latest of multiple operations....
The Open Championship 2018: Jordan Spieth shares three-way lead as Tiger Woods lurks in chasing pack

The Open Championship 2018: Jordan Spieth shares three-way lead as Tiger Woods lurks in chasing pack

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round-up Jordan Spieth shares three-way lead as Tiger Woods lurks in chasing pack at The Open talkSPORT 2 is broadcasting ball-by-ball coverage of golf’s oldest major professional tournament, The Open. Jordan Spieth will take a share of the lead into the final round of the 147th Open Championship as he looks to become the first back-to-back winner for a decade. Spieth shot six under on day three But he could get the battle with Tiger Woods he has always pictured in his head with the 14-time major winner lurking ominously among the chasing pack after a thrilling day of low scoring at a defenceless Carnoustie. The tone was set when Spieth drove the first green on the 380-yard par four and holed from 12 feet for eagle on his way to a bogey...