On to new beginnings in Cincinnati. I thank God for the 4 years I spent in Oakland and for the opportunity that Mr. Al Davis gave me. I'm looking forward to a fresh start with the Bengals and what it has in store for me. Special thanks to the fans who stuck by my side even when I was down and I hope the fans in Cincy are ready for a good run. #RipAlDavis #WhoDey #NewJourney
VFL Denarius Moore has signed with the Cincinnati Bengals after the fifth-year year receiver had played his entire career with the Oakland Raiders since being drafted out of Tennessee in 2011.He played in 51 games with 37 starts for Oakland, with 142 receptions for 2169 yards (15.3 avg.) nd 17 touchdowns. He also had 42 punt returns for a 6.8-yard average. He was a fifth-round Oakland draft choice in 2011.
Moore played in 10 games (two starts) for the Raiders last season, catching 12 passes for 115 yards.
His biggest receiving year for the Raiders was 2012, when he played and started 15 games and caught 51-for-741 (14.5) with seven TDs. In 2013, he played 13 games (10 starts) and caught 46-for-695 (15.1) with five TDs.
The Vols held their first spring practice at Neyland Stadium on Saturday. Get the full scoop in #VolReport: Team 119's Neyland Debut.
Happy Saturday! 🏈 pic.twitter.com/ET1scGO3lK-- Tennessee Football (@Vol_Football) April 4, 2015
The Vols will practice at Neyland Stadium for the first time this spring on Saturday, as they go through their sixth session.
Butch Jones led the Vols through their fifth spring practice on Thursday. Get the full scoop in the #VolReport: Assistants Break It Down.
According to ESPN, the
network's NCAA Women's Basketball Championship Elite Eight broadcast of the
Tennessee-Maryland game in Spokane on Monday night was the most-viewed of the
four regional finals with 1,540,000 average viewers.
In fact, it was the most viewed NCAA Women's Elite Eight game since 2012, when a Tennessee-Baylor match-up in what turned out to be Pat Summitt's final game as head coach averaged 1,654,000 viewers.
Knoxville topped all markets for Monday night's Tennessee-Maryland match-up, averaging a 12.9 rating, the highest rating this season for a women's college basketball game in the market. Hartford-New Haven was second with a 5.9 rating, followed by Baltimore (5.8), Nashville (5.0), Dayton (2.9), Washington, DC (2.5) and Memphis (2.2).