Seattle Seahawks defensive back and special teams extraordinaire Neiko Thorpe missed Seattle’s last four games with a groin injury. His return this week has coach Pete Carroll fired up, and not just because of what he brings on the field.
The Seattle Seahawks held their first practice of the regular season with Monday’s session at the Virginia Mason Athletic Center.
Coach Pete Carroll opened his press conference with the announcement of the 2018 team captains:
The second University of Colorado wide receiver to join the Washington Redskins this offseason along with Paul Richardson Jr., Shay Fields was among the team's college free agent signings last week.
Though they missed each other by a year at Colorado, with Richardson heading to the NFL in 2014 and Fields starting as a true freshman later that year, their history extends back even further.
Stephen Roberts is joining the Super Bowl champs.
The former Auburn safety went undrafted during the 2018 NFL Draft but signed with the Philadelphia Eagles as an undrafted free agent on Saturday evening, he told AL.com.
After not playing last season, defensive lineman Montori Hughes has been eagerly awaiting his chance to get back on the field and be a reliable presence in the middle for the Redskins.
It only makes sense that Montori Hughes has been following the lead of Ziggy Hood in the Redskins locker room over the last several weeks.
The first week of the season was a whirlwind for Hayes Pullard, the former USC linebacker who was waived by the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sept. 3 and claimed by the Chargers on Sept. 4.
Seven days after joining his new team, Pullard found himself in front...
The Los Angeles Chargers added a new linebacker into the mix on Monday, claiming Hayes Pullard off waivers from the Jacksonville Jaguars. He’s the third player added to the active roster off waivers in the past two days, joining G Michael Schofield and CB Jeff Richards.