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Report: Texas Rb Johnathan Gray Ready To Do More Workouts | Coll

Running back Johnathan Gray has received medical clearance to resume workouts. Jeremy Fowler of was first to report the good news out of Austin via Twitter . According to Fowler, Gray has been working out for a while now but this latest development will allow him to try to do more regular workouts without holding back as much. Gray saw his 2013 season come to an end last season when he tore hisright achilles in an overtime win against West Virginia in November. He rushed for 780 yards and four touchdowns. <br>Source:

Death puts focus on caffeine powder dangers - The Dispatch

It was a one-year deal and I felt like I had a good year that worked out for everybody. Now 31 years old, Wallace knows his shot at a career Max Workouts review in the NBA has likely come and gone. But he has enjoyed his professional career in Europe and knows he is playing with and against some of the best players in the world. When I was at Barcelona we played against the (Dallas) Mavericks when they were here for the pre-eason and we won by 25 points, he said. I am still able to say I have had a pretty good career despite having a potential career-ending surgery early on. For Wallace, playing in big cities like Milan and Barcelona have added to the experience. <br>Source:

PRINCETON: Ex-Tiger extends basketball career |

The linebacker corps features stiff competition among incumbents Chad Greenway, Audie Cole, Gerald Hodges, Michael Mauti and returner Jasper Brinkley, who spent last season in Phoenix. And don't overlook athletic rookie Anthony Barr. NEW SHERIFF IN TOWN Zimmer brings an intensity and hands-on coaching style evident in the profanity and blunt interactions he had with players during spring minicamps. After working through several years of rejection before finally landing a head coaching job, Zimmer proved he has patience, and he is not going to let unpreparedness or inattention waste this opportunity, regardless of whether he gets a mulligan with a Vikings team that went 5-10-1 last season. His biggest decision will be naming a No. <br>Source:

Vikings training camp: Mike Zimmer has big decisions to make -

Robert Glatter, an emergency physician at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York. The powder is almost impossible to measure with common kitchen tools, the FDA said. "The difference between a safe amount and a lethal dose of caffeine in these powdered products is very small," FDA spokeswoman Jennifer Dooren said. Glatter said he's seen several younger patients experience complications from caffeine in the last few months. Some arrive with rapid heart rates. "They're starting to latch onto the powders more because they see it as a more potent way to lose weight," Glatter said. Health officials worry about caffeine powder's potential popularity among exercise enthusiasts and young people seeking an energy boost. Dr. Henry Spiller directs a poison control center at Nationwide Children's Hospital in Columbus, Ohio. Over a week or so this month, the center took reports of three people hospitalized for misusing caffeine powder. "I can't believe you can buy this," Spiller said. <br>Source:

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