Aaron Morton
Aaron Morton is an assistant sports editor for the Deseret News. He has worked as an editor, sports writer and designer for the News, Ogden Standard-Examiner and Idaho Falls Post Register. Raised in Kaysville, Morton is a graduate of Utah State University, majoring in journalism. A fan and amateur historian of sports, Morton has 12 years of professional newspaper experience. He resides in Layton with his wife, Vicky, and two children.

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This fall, the Deseret News and KSL will bring you all the high school football, soccer and volleyball coverage you've come to expect. But we're not satisfied, and that's where you come in.
RSL announced that it has hired Ted Eck as forwards coach. Meanwhile, Chris Schuler was named MLS player of the week.
After signing striker Sebastian Jaime from Union Espanola, of Chile's top soccer league, RSL needed to open up a roster spot, and defender Kwame Watson-Siriboe proved to be the odd man out.
Real Salt Lake will sign Argentinian striker Sebastian Jaime, RSL general manager Garth Lagerwey told ESPN 700 Friday afternoon.
Kyle Beckerman suffered a minor foot injury and will miss Wednesday's MLS All-Star game in Portland, Oregon.
Cody Larsen joins the Broncos after spending 2013 with the Baltimore Ravens.
Expectations are high for this talented group of linebackers. The Aggies return three starters, including two who were honored by the Mountain West Conference last season.
Former Utah Utes standout Jordan Gross was ranked as the No. 3 offensive tackle and could have made $8 or $9 million this season. But he walked away.
The Aggies turn over several top wide receivers and tight ends, but they are ready to reload.
While three all-Mountain West linemen (Tyler Larsen, Jamie Markosian and Eric Schultz) and two other regulars are gone, the Aggies should be able to reload.