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RENTON, Wash. official monster beats uk cheap . -- The Seattle Seahawks have added depth at wide receiver by signing Brett Swain to a two-year contract following a tryout. The Seahawks announced the signing on their website Monday. The 27-year-old Swain was drafted by Green Bay in 2008, taken in the seventh-round out of San Diego State. He caught six passes with Green Bay in the 2010 season and another two for San Francisco in 2011, but was among the 49ers final cuts before the start of last season. Swain may have a tough time making the Seahawks roster with the addition of Percy Harvin this off-season to a receiver corps that also includes Sidney Rice, Golden Tate and Doug Baldwin. Cheap authentic Beats UK . Shayne Grahams 32-yard field goal with 2:21 left in overtime lifted Houston to a 34-31 win over the Detroit Lions on Thursday after their coach broke an NFL rule by attempting to challenge a scoring play. uk beats by dre 2013 . -- Brad Keselowski used Bristol Motor Speedway last fall to cement his spot in NASCARs championship race. . On Wednesday evening at Fargos Newman Outdoor Field, Ace Walker had a solid start and Chris Roberson and Yurendell de Caster each drove in two runs as the Goldeyes beat the Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks 8-6. Cheap Beats By Dre Studio . When competitors started eclipsing him in Paralympic swimming in 2008, Huot refused to concede his race was run. monster beats uk cheap . Most of the 30 teams in North Americas top minor league will start with physical testing either Thursday or Friday before beginning on-ice workouts to get ready for what could be a wild season in the AHL. HAMILTON, Ont. -- They are familiar foes in unfamiliar territory. For years, quarterbacks Ricky Ray and Henry Burris have faced each other -- usually for bragging rights in Alberta with Burris leading the Calgary Stampeders and Ray the Edmonton Eskimos. They squared off again on Wednesday night in a CFL pre-season game. Only this time it was a different provincial showdown, with Burris in Hamilton Tiger-Cat black and gold looking down the Ivor Wynne Stadium sideline at Ray, dressed in Toronto Argonaut blue. "Weve had a lot of battles over the years and its going to be no different this year," said Ray, 32, who is in his 10th CFL season. "Were both on different teams but its going to be the same old story, fighting with him for position in your division." Ray started the game for the Argonauts and led two scoring drives in a little more than one quarter of play as Toronto defeated the Tiger-Cats 29-24 in front of 27,585 at Ivor Wynne. He finished with five completions on eight pass attempts for 72 yards. Burris entered the game for Hamilton in the second quarter and matched Ray with two TD drives. He scored one touchdown from a yard out, hit Chris Williams for a 75-yard score, was intercepted in the end zone and recorded one fumble. He completed seven of 15 pass attempts for 214 yards in one quarters work. In all, eight quarterbacks saw action -- four on each side. &quoot;It was crazy because all the main quarterbacks tonight were pretty much in different clothes than they were last year," said Burris, 37, who is playing in his 13th season. Beats By Dre UK Sale. . "(Argo back-up) Jarious Jackson with B.C., Ricky Ray with Edmonton and me with Calgary. Now we all cant get away from each other. But it was good to see those guys out there having a good time. "Thats one of the things we all echo to each other. Its good to be out here and having a good time, playing the game that we love and making our teams better and getting ready for the regular season." Toronto running back Cory Boyd scored two short-yardage touchdowns to lead the Argonauts in the pre-season victory. He scored from one and two yards out in the first half while Gerald Riggs and Jessie Hubbard each added touchdown catches. Burris and receivers Williams and Simon Charbonneau-Campeau each scored for the Ticats. Ray has a career 66.8-per-cent completion rate for 40,529 career passing yards, 210 touchdowns and 130 interceptions. He was traded to Toronto in December for quarterback Steven Jyles, kicker Grant Shaw and a first draft pick. Burris has a 60.3-per-cent completion rate with 41,234 career passing yards, 257 touchdowns and 154 interceptions. He was traded to Hamilton in January for quarterback Kevin Glenn, offensive lineman Mark Dewit and a conditional draft pick. ' ' '
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