New York Giants rookie quarterback Kyle Lauletta, the team’s fourth-round draft pick this year, might not be as heralded as his first-round contemporaries, but the former Richmond Spider signal caller is a guy who is devoted to becoming just as good, if not better than those quarterbacks chosen ahead of him in this year’s draft class.
Last year, Torrey Smith and his wife, Chanel, were the behind-the-scenes stars of the Baltimore Animal Rescue and Care Shelter’s annual Pawject Runway event.
This year, they got some help from two other former Ravens.
BARCS announced on its Facebook page Monday night that Carolina Panthers wide receiver Smith, Tampa Bay Buccaneers center Ryan Jensen and New England Patriotsdefensive end Lawrence Guy, all of whom have taken in rescue pets, are donating a combined $9,000 to cover ...
May 07, 2018 | by Steve Blackledge, The Columbus Dispatch
Almost from the moment he regained consciousness after a single-car accident on Nov. 12, 2016, in which he lost most of his left leg, a promising pro football career and nearly his life, Isaiah Pead began plotting his next move.
Former NFL running back Isaiah Pead is already running on the prosthetic leg he received Friday.
TMZ Sports shared the news Monday, noting Pead lost the majority of his left leg in a Nov. 2016 car accident. Pead ran wind sprints on an Oklahoma track Monday and was "nothing short of impressive," per TMZ.
Without anything to actually study, rookie linebacker Hercules Mata’afa still pulled an all-nighter to prepare for rookie minicamp with the Vikings.
“It’s a five-hour time difference,” said Mata’afa, who is from Lahaina, Hawaii. “I made sure I stayed up all night so I could get adjusted. I was able to sleep (on Thursday) night to get ready for this.”