Rams' Quinn Makes Play In Pro Bowl

Rams defensive end Robert Quinn was credited with a sack in Sunday's Pro Bowl at Aloha Stadium. Quinn played on the winning side, Team Jerry Rice. Rice's all-stars won 22-21. Rams punter Johnny Hekker punted four times for 196 yards.

Justin Tucker missed a 67-yard field goal attempt as time expired as Team Rice held on for a 22-21 win over Team Sanders at the Pro Bowl from Aloha Stadium in Honolulu. DeMarco Murray caught a 20-yard touchdown pass from Alex Smith and Team Rice went for two, connecting on Mike Tolbert's run for the conversion and the lead with 41 seconds to play. Smith finished with 116 yards passing while he and teammates Philip Rivers and Drew Brees combined to throw three TDs and four interceptions. Team Sanders' Nick Foles was named Offensive MVP after going 7-of-10 for 89 yards and a score. Derrick Johnson of Team Rice was named Defensive MVP after recording nine tackles.

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK

3 days 22 hours ago

The KLPW Radio Athlete of the Week is Senior Volleyball Player Jordan Kriete from St. Francis Borgia Regional High School in Washington. Jordan played all the way around on a team that finished the season 26-7-2. Her statistics are impressive.

OFF THE CUFF with Diane Jones

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If you want to get someone's attention, whisper. That old investment brokerage ad is the opposite of what is going on regarding shootings in Ferguson and Tower Grove. When people threaten violence or blankly label one as a racist, it's very hard to listen. The same holds true for those who sum up the plight of impoverished black communities as "that's how those people are."

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SPORTS CORNER

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The St. Louis Cardinals are exercising the 2015 option on pitcher John Lackey. The 36-year-old right-hander will earn the league minimum 500-thousand-dollars after making 15.25-million each of the last three seasons. Lackey was acquired from Boston at the trade deadline and his contract had a clause allowing for a league-minimum option after missing the entire 2012 season due to elbow surgery.