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Michael Johnson joins many in the march to remember "Bloody Sunday". The Still family is still fighting the good fight to end pediatric cancer.

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Johnsons still marching
Michael Johnson, just behind Barack Obama's left shoulder, made a move for his town on the Edmund Pettus Bridge during the 50th anniversary of Bloody Sunday. Thomasene Johnson’s mother wouldn’t let her walk that day. They ended up calling it “Bloody Sunday,” a jagged edge of the archives when history collided with destiny and spilled on to the Edmund Pettus Bridge with pocket books, umbrellas, shoes and bodies like 25-year John Lewis emerging from the ghostly tableau etched by the tear gas with a hole in his head and a fractured skull at the hands of a state trooper’s baton.

700 kids fight pediatric cancer overnight, await new video from Devon, Leah Still - Story
More than 700 kids stayed up all night Friday to raise money for pediatric cancer. At the lock-in's conclusion, participants got a thank you from Devon and Leah Still. At the end of the  event, which aims to raise $70,000 to combat cancer, a new video from Devon and Leah will be shown. The video's contents remained a secret Friday evening.

Bills had Gresham in their sights before surgery - BN Blitz - The Buffalo News
Apparently, Charles Clay wasn't the only free-agent tight end the Buffalo Bills were interested in acquiring. According to an NFL source, the Bills also were giving serious thought to signing Jermaine Gresham before he underwent surgery Thursday to repair a herniated disc. They were, the source said, willing to add Gresham in addition to Clay, whom they acquired Thursday after the Miami Dolphins chose not to match the offer sheet the Bills had given him as a transition-tagged player.

WalterFootball.com: 2015 NFL Mock Draft: First Round Continued
Cincinnati Bengals: D.J. Humphries, OT/G, Florida The Bengals will be interested in a left tackle prospect in the first couple of rounds. Andrew Whitworth, a 33-year-old entering his contract season, can be moved inside to guard to fill a need there. D.J. Humphries is a nice value choice at No. 21, as his stock has risen recently.