FRISCO, Texas -- Hubbard Alexander, who was Hall of Fame receiver Michael Irvins position coach with the?Miami Hurricanes?and Dallas Cowboys, has died. He was 77.The Cowboys said in a news release that Alexander died Sunday night.Alexander came to the Cowboys with Jimmy Johnson as receivers coach when new Dallas owner Jerry Jones lured Johnson away from the Hurricanes to be head coach in 1989.After 10 seasons with the Hurricanes, Alexander spent nine seasons with the Cowboys before stints with Minnesota and New Orleans. He also coached at Vanderbilt before joining the staff at Miami.Alexander was on the staff for two national titles with Miami and three Super Bowls with the Cowboys. Nike Air Max Myydään . -- If Henry Burris has his way, he will be the starting quarterback to lead the Hamilton Tiger-Cats back to the Grey Cup next year. Nike Air Max Ale . -- Peyton Manning will have all of his wide receivers available for the first time in a month when the Denver Broncos begin their playoff run Jan. http://www.suomiairmax.com/ .2 billion agreement with Rogers Communications for the leagues broadcast and multimedia rights. Nike Air Max Kengät . The Cleveland Indians, Tampa Bay Rays, and Texas Rangers all won on Sunday meaning the Rangers will host the Rays in a play-in game on Monday. Nike Air Max Osta . Roman Josi had a goal and an assist to lead the Predators to a 4-1 victory over the Dallas Stars on Monday night. The Washington Redskins, needing?depth for an offensive line that suffered multiple injuries Sunday,?placed place starting center Kory Lichtensteiger on injured reserve and signed veteran John Sullivan.Sullivan had been released by Minnesota in August after missing last season following a lumbar microdiscectomy prior to the 2015 season opener. He had a relapse during the season, leading to a second procedure on his back.He was able to return and play this summer, and now the Redskins hope hes able to provide depth. Sullivan started all but three games between 2009 and 2014 and was considered a good run-blocker. The sixth-round pick out of Notre Dame became a full-time starter in his second season.The Redskins needed more center depth after Lichtensteiger injured his calf and exited early in the third quarter of Sundays 299-27 win over the New York Giants.dddddddddddd He was?replaced by?Spencer Long, in his third season but first at center.Last season, Lichtensteiger missed 11 games because of nerve damage in his shoulder. He had been the Redskins starting center since 2013.The Redskins, who did not have another center in the organization after Long, also have injury issues at left guard.?Shawn Lauvao sprained his right ankle Sunday and Long also was the No. 1 backup at that position as well.If Lauvao cant play, the Redskins could use second-year player?Arie Kouandjio in his place. With Long at center and Kouandjio inactive, Pro Bowl tackle Trent Williams?had to play?at guard for most of the second half Sunday. ' ' '