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Romo's Best Version Looking Good For Cowboys - Yahoo Sports

He has a chance to move ahead of Peyton Manning, who's fifth at 115.1 with Denver last year when the Broncos reached the Super Bowl. ''I don't think about it in individual terms,'' said Romo, who moved past Troy Aikman as Dallas' career leader in yards passing in last week's 42-7 win over Indianapolis that clinched the NFC East title. ''I just thought our football team was getting better. I thought we had some players who were going to help.'' Topping that list: running back DeMarco Murray and three young first-round draft picks anchoring the offensive line. All four of those made the Pro Bowl with Romo.

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"I worry about what they can do, and make them as independent and capable as possible." Participants come to the gym twice a week for one-hour sessions. Norton's strength-training equipment is specially adapted to fit his clients' needs. Most of the people he trains are in wheelchairs and rely on their upper body strength to get around. Do you know a hero? Nominations are open for 2014 CNN Heroes "The world is more accessible Shin Ohtake max workouts ebook free download now for people with wheelchairs," Norton said, "but you've got to be strong to be in a wheelchair." Tom Clement knows that first-hand.

Chiefs linebacker Houston setting sights on sacks record - Yahoo Sports

Kevin Ogar is a Colorado CrossFit athlete who was injured last year in a competition. He was paralyzed and without insurance. Within hours, the CrossFit community raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for his recovery. That just speaks volume about the people here and in the CrossFit community at large, Taylor says.

While Tough In Workouts, CrossFit Is Kind In Community CBS Denver

Mike Bell is not far off in fifth place with 51 sacks. Whether Houston gets a shot at that mark becomes a touchy subject. Houston's representatives spoke to the Chiefs about a long-term deal last offseason, but they never made much headway. Houston stayed away from the practice facility during voluntary workouts, though he took part in all of training camp. Now, if the Chiefs are unable to work out a deal after the season, they face a quandary: Let him go elsewhere in free agency or slap him with the franchise tag, which is projected to be about $13 million and tends to leave players with a less-than-happy attitude.

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