VoyForums

VoyUser Login optional ] [ Contact Forum Admin ] [ Main index ] [ Post a new message ] [ Search | Check update time | Archives: 12345678910 ]
Subject: Ivy Leaguers currently on NFL rosters - per BGA


Author:
Observer
[ Next Thread | Previous Thread | Next Message | Previous Message ]
Date Posted: 11:15:52 08/25/17 Fri

Brown
Zak DeOssie, LS, New York Giants, 10th year
James Develin, FB, New England, 5th year

Columbia
Jeff Adams, OL, New York Jets, 3rd year
Josh Martin, LB, New York Jets, 5th year
^Kendall Pace, OL, Washington, Rookie

Cornell
JC Tretter, OL, Cleveland, 5th year

Dartmouth
Folarin Orimolade, LB, Los Angeles Rams, Rookie
^Vernon Harris, CB, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 2nd year

Harvard
Cameron Brate, TE, Tampa Bay, 3rd year
Ben Braunecker, TE, Chicago, 2nd year
*Desmond Bryant, DL, Cleveland, 9th year
Nick Easton, OL, Minnesota, 3rd year
Anthony Fabiano, OL, Cleveland, 2nd year
Anthony Firkser, FB/TE, New York Jets, Rookie
Ryan Fitzpatrick, QB, Tampa Bay, 13th year
Kyle Juszczyk, FB/TE, San Francisco, 5th year
Jacob Lindsey, LB, Buffalo, Rookie
Tyler Ott, LS, Seattle, 3rd year
Adam Redmond, OL, Indianapolis, 2nd year
Max Rich, OL, New England, Rookie
Cole Toner, OL, Arizona, 2nd year

Penn
Brandon Copeland, DL, Detroit, 3rd year
Ryan Oā€™Malley, TE, Oakland, 2nd year
Alek Torgersen, QB, Atlanta, Rookie
Greg Van Roten, OL, Carolina, 3rd year

Princeton
^Mike Catapano, DE, Houston, 5th year
Seth DeValve, TE, Cleveland, 2nd year
Caraun Reid, DL, Los Angeles Chargers, 4th year

[ Next Thread | Previous Thread | Next Message | Previous Message ]

Replies:
[> Subject: Re: Ivy Leaguers currently on NFL rosters - per BGA


Author:
Sprint66
[ Edit | View ]

Date Posted: 22:12:27 08/27/17 Sun

Just goes to prove Tim Murphy gets the best players money can buy. I have no doubt he is the biggest cheat in the league and will eventually get busted.

[ Post a Reply to This Message ]
[> [> Subject: Re: Ivy Leaguers currently on NFL rosters - per BGA


Author:
PU '96
[ Edit | View ]

Date Posted: 02:33:35 08/28/17 Mon

What an asinine post. I guess the victimology so prevalent throughout today's society has made its way to the Ivy League Sports Board.

[ Post a Reply to This Message ]
[> [> Subject: Re: Ivy Leaguers currently on NFL rosters - per BGA


Author:
M3
[ Edit | View ]

Date Posted: 07:13:04 08/28/17 Mon

I deeply respect Sprint's loyalty to Cornell and get his frustration with recent results of Cornell FB

Cornell's problem is not Murphy but internal

Institutional/administrative commitment is behind any successful Ivy League sport program

Princeton football tanked in the 70's and 80's because of Bowen

Giamatti killed Yale football in the late 80's despite having one of the great all time coaches in Cozza

Penn's turn around in the 80's was not just about Jerry Berndt

At the end of the day every school on the Ivies has he ability to attract great student athletes and all have the alumni to shore up programs that need financial help (facilities or coaching salaries).

[ Post a Reply to This Message ]
[> [> [> Subject: Re: Ivy Leaguers currently on NFL rosters - per BGA


Author:
Memphis Bill
[ Edit | View ]

Date Posted: 07:54:34 08/28/17 Mon

Couldn't agree more with M3. It starts at the top, and who knows, if recent tragic demise of reportedly pro sports Cornell Pres had not occurred, Big Red might be on a wholly different trajectory by now.

Just to put forth a counter factual scenario, neither Bowen's nor Giamatti's ascent to the top job was preordained. Many Tigers wanted a different choice, someone who had a Princeton undergraduate degree. Likewise, many thought ABG way too young and inexperienced for the job he won. Remove those two, and Ivy FB would have come into the 1980's with a full head of steam, with HYP rivalries nearly as strong as ever, Dartmouth a power, and the other four schools looking pretty damn good as well. Would NCAA have been so quick to consign us to 1AA obscurity?

Fun, but sad, to construct such scenarios!

[ Post a Reply to This Message ]
[> Subject: Re: Ivy Leaguers currently on NFL rosters - per BGA


Author:
Sprint66
[ Edit | View ]

Date Posted: 13:53:56 08/28/17 Mon

My statement has nothing to do regarding Cornell football's losing track record. There is no way Harvard has more NFL players than all the other full scholarship programs like Villanova, North Dakota, Montana, Youngstown State, James Madison etc. Just do the math given Ivy League rules regarding the academic index and no athletic scholarships. No way Tim Murphy is doing it without breaking or at least bending those rules.

[ Post a Reply to This Message ]
[> [> Subject: Not Necessarily


Author:
An Observer
[ Edit | View ]

Date Posted: 14:44:25 08/28/17 Mon

I wouldn't be quite so quick to assume Murphy is breaking the rules.

Sure, it's reasonable to ask the question when one coach is getting so many more top tier recruits than the other seven.

But it's also possible that Murphy is simply doing a better job of recruiting Winning begets recruiting success which of course leads to more winning. Murphy's got a recruiting machine up and running, but there are benign explanations possible as well. To my knowledge, we don't know of any individual anecdotes where Murphy has broken any rules.

To me, the bigger take-away conclusion is that, for all his success with wins and losses, Murphy as a game day coach and strategist may actually be underperforming his talent advantage on the field.

[ Post a Reply to This Message ]
[> [> [> Subject: Re: Not Necessarily


Author:
Observer
[ Edit | View ]

Date Posted: 15:38:27 08/28/17 Mon

It is POSSIBLE, you should admit, that Harvard sends more recruits to the NFL because:

(a) Murphy is a good recruiter and has experienced assistants who are also good recruiters;

(b) he clearly out-recruits Yale, which is always bragging in recent years about having the best recruiting classes; and

(c) he is a simply a good coach who prepares his players well for the Ivy League and beyond. All this is hard to admit, for many of you, I'm sure.

[ Post a Reply to This Message ]
[> [> [> [> Subject: Re: Not Necessarily


Author:
An Observer
[ Edit | View ]

Date Posted: 16:48:14 08/28/17 Mon

Isn't your response a paraphrase of what I said in my original post?

Why should I "admit" something that I've already proactively stated?

[ Post a Reply to This Message ]
[> [> Subject: Since you ask for real math


Author:
Calvin
[ Edit | View ]

Date Posted: 14:58:22 08/28/17 Mon

We all get your emotional investment in Cornell and frustration with Harvard, but there's no reason to make exaggerated and fact-free accusations (there's enough to critique them on that we know about).

1) Most of those Harvard players listed are merely in training camp and will not make an NFL roster. As of today there are 5 Harvard players on an NFL roster who have actually played in the League (Brate, Easton, Fitz, Ott,
Juszczyk) and are likely to remain for this season.

2) North Dakota has many more players drafted or playing in the NFL than Harvard.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_North_Dakota_State_Bison_in_the_NFL_Draft

3) Villanova has 5 NFL players.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Villanova_Wildcats_football#Wildcats_in_professional_football

4) There are 7 players from Montana. http://fftoolbox.scout.com/nfl_draft/profiles_by_team.cfm?school=Montana

5) In 2016, JMU had 5 NFLers (don't know about 2017). http://jmusports.com/news/2016/9/7/football-five-former-dukes-with-nfl-franchises-for-2016-season.aspx?path=football

Unless you are running for office, let's stick to facts, however inconvenient they may be (just to cite an old Harvard guy).

[ Post a Reply to This Message ]
[> Subject: Re: Ivy Leaguers currently on NFL rosters - per BGA


Author:
Grin and Bear it
[ Edit | View ]

Date Posted: 14:57:35 08/28/17 Mon

Perhaps it is time for Harvard to move on to the big time. Obviously, the playing field is no longer level. For 16 years Harvard has not done less than 7-3. During that stretch they have won in excess of 80% of their games. I don't believe that any other IL team has won as much as 65%. The above information says exactly why. Simply put, they are recruiting at a different level. My guess is that many Division 1 teams do not have as many players in the pros as Harvard. For one team to have that kind of talent, simply isn't good for the league. The same, of course, is true in basketball. There will be those who say that H is raising the level of football in the league and that is a good thing. Yes, that is a good thing, but not at the cost of destroying the competitiveness of the league. Please note, I have not accused H of doing anything wrong or deceitful. I have no proof so I can not say. My guess is that with their name recognition, money, and desire to be dominant, the results follow. But I also know that for some 45 years prior to the modern era, H won their share but did not dominate and the league went along fine. Now, who knows? As for raising the standard of other teams, possible but no other team can say they are H.

[ Post a Reply to This Message ]
[> [> Subject: Re: Ivy Leaguers currently on NFL rosters - per Hero Sports


Author:
Observer
[ Edit | View ]

Date Posted: 15:26:52 08/28/17 Mon

http://herosports.com/fcs-football/harvard-james-madison-north-dakota-state-lead-fcs-schools-most-nfl-players-byby

[ Post a Reply to This Message ]
[> [> Subject: A big part of that is weak OOC scheduling


Author:
Go Green
[ Edit | View ]

Date Posted: 15:30:11 08/28/17 Mon


If Harvard played some other OOC schedules as the other Ivy teams did in that stretch, it is doubtful they would have gotten eight victories every year.

Harvard can "up" its game anytime it wants. Here's the UNH football office number -- 603-862-1852. I'm sure Coach McDonnell will take Murphy's call and be interested setting up a game with the Crimson.

[ Post a Reply to This Message ]
[> [> [> Subject: what's


Author:
holtsledge
[ Edit | View ]

Date Posted: 16:00:16 08/28/17 Mon

Stetson's number LOL, I guess he could just text is buddy buddy. Actually I think Murphy should strengthen his non ivy schedule with the likes of Maine Umass UNH and maybe UConn. I think they would be very competitive with most if not all

For awhile I was toying with the idea of going down for the Stetson game, but we have wedding down there in Oct so I changed my mind

[ Post a Reply to This Message ]
[> [> [> [> Subject: It would not be fair for Harvard to play UNH again!


Author:
Observer
[ Edit | View ]

Date Posted: 16:12:49 08/28/17 Mon

Harvard all-time series record vs. the University of New Hampshire:

W, 35-0
W, 39-0
W, 40-0
W, 34-0
W, 47-3
W, 41-0
W, 46-0

Now STETSON .... THERE"S a challenge!

[ Post a Reply to This Message ]
[> [> [> [> Subject: ah


Author:
holtsledge
[ Edit | View ]

Date Posted: 16:14:49 08/28/17 Mon

dates please Big O certainly not in the last 10 yrs when UNH has been solid

[ Post a Reply to This Message ]
[> [> [> [> [> Subject: Re: ah


Author:
Observer
[ Edit | View ]

Date Posted: 16:32:34 08/28/17 Mon

UNH has certainly been "solid" enough to beat Dartmouth pretty regularly in the last 40 years. So "regularly" in fact that Dartmouth has now dropped them from the schedule for the next four years!


Harvard has never played Stetson.

[ Post a Reply to This Message ]
[> [> [> [> [> [> Subject: you still didn't give me the dates


Author:
holtsledge
[ Edit | View ]

Date Posted: 18:11:25 08/28/17 Mon

I gave you a pat on the back and you throw a red herring into the mix. Tell me the last time Harvard beat UNH. they did play William and Mary in 1992


Live it or Live with it
or actually in this scenario

Live Free Or Die

[ Post a Reply to This Message ]
[> [> [> [> [> Subject: 10 years?


Author:
Go Green
[ Edit | View ]

Date Posted: 17:14:29 08/28/17 Mon


UNH has been a quality program for a lot longer than that.

But Harvard doesn't appear to be willing to play a CAA team better than URI.

[ Post a Reply to This Message ]
[> [> [> [> [> [> Subject: Stetson???


Author:
Observer
[ Edit | View ]

Date Posted: 18:30:35 08/28/17 Mon

Oh come on now! STETSON ranks well below URI.

https://www.usatoday.com/sports/ncaaf/sagarin/

[ Post a Reply to This Message ]
[> [> [> [> [> [> [> Subject: They beat Brown


Author:
Go Green
[ Edit | View ]

Date Posted: 18:51:10 08/28/17 Mon


How bad can they be?

:)

[ Post a Reply to This Message ]
[> [> [> [> [> [> [> [> Subject: Re: They beat Brown


Author:
Observer.
[ Edit | View ]

Date Posted: 19:40:24 08/28/17 Mon

Currently they (Stetson) are one of the worst teams in our FCS "loser" category.

[ Post a Reply to This Message ]
[> [> [> [> [> [> [> [> [> Subject: And the last time URI/Georgetown/Lafayette Did Anything Impressive Was....


Author:
Go Green
[ Edit | View ]

Date Posted: 07:33:59 08/29/17 Tue


...when?

[ Post a Reply to This Message ]
[> [> Subject: Re: Ivy Leaguers currently on NFL rosters - per BGA


Author:
Grin and Bear it (OOC Teams)
[ Edit | View ]

Date Posted: 17:33:04 08/28/17 Mon

If H played some high level OOC teams, it is quite likely their 16 year record would not be so glowing. But I have no doubt it would still be excellent. It is a matter of talent. H has plenty of division 1 talent. In the sub division, no other team has talent to match H. Of Course, the teams OOC will have the advantage of having played more games and practiced longer, so I am sure they would get their share of wins. But over the long haul, scheduling such opponents will only make H stronger for their conference run. Sigh. I think H is chasing Stanford, and if that is their goal, let them play Stanford.

[ Post a Reply to This Message ]
[> Subject: Re: Ivy Leaguers currently on NFL rosters - per BGA


Author:
mrjames
[ Edit | View ]

Date Posted: 16:47:39 08/28/17 Mon

"For one team to have that kind of talent, simply isn't good for the league. The same, of course, is true in basketball."

While I agree that an unbalanced league benefits no one, if one team raising its game causes others to raise theirs, it's a great thing for the league. In basketball, where it Harvard, Yale and Princeton have all successfully recruited 4-star, Top 100/150 players over the past couple cycles - something that would have seemed ridiculous for any single team to do a decade ago. Dartmouth just pulled in a legit, 3-star point guard from California. Columbia has taken all-state kids from Illinois the past couple seasons. Penn just followed its steal of AJ Brodeur with a class that includes a kid with power five offers and another with top-tier A10 offers.

I can't speak directly to football, because I don't cover it and don't pay terribly close attention to it, but in basketball, the rising tide has lifted most boats.

[ Post a Reply to This Message ]
[> [> Subject: Ivy football talent has gotten better as well


Author:
Go Green
[ Edit | View ]

Date Posted: 17:18:27 08/28/17 Mon


Bagnoli has said that Ivy football talent is better than ever.

Ivy teams have recently beaten UNH, Nova, and Army.

Seems every team is getting several guys with BCS offers.

Don't be surprised to see Ivy teams awarded Lambert Cups in the next decade.

[ Post a Reply to This Message ]
[> [> [> Subject: Re: Ivy football talent has gotten better as well


Author:
foehi
[ Edit | View ]

Date Posted: 19:24:13 08/28/17 Mon

It all depends on perspective. Al was accustomed to looking at the League from the top down. Now he's looking at it from the bottom up. Looks a bit tougher from down there I'm sure.

[ Post a Reply to This Message ]
[> [> [> [> Subject: Re: Ivy football talent has gotten better as well


Author:
The Lion (Foehi is an expert)
[ Edit | View ]

Date Posted: 11:14:06 09/06/17 Wed

No one knows more about looking up from the floor while flat on his back
than Foehi.

[ Post a Reply to This Message ]
[> Subject: Coaching makes the biggest difference


Author:
IvySportsJunkie
[ Edit | View ]

Date Posted: 17:55:18 08/28/17 Mon

While it is very helpful to have university administration and athletic director support, I have found that the quality of the coach seems to make the biggest difference over time in the Ivy League. The very best coaches can produce outstanding results and in turn attract superior recruits. They do not need to overly bend the rules to get great results.

The four best football coaches since formation of the Ivy League are Murphy, Bagnoli, Cozza and Blackman. Three of them achieved their outstanding results after taking over a program in serious decline. Only Carm Cozza taking over a program in relatively good shape under the prior two Yale coaches (Jordan Olivar and John Pont). Yet, Coach Cozza clearly took Yale to another level. Murphy was been a huge improvement over Joe Restic, who struggled toward the end of his coaching career with a 4-16 record in his last two years. Al Bagnoli took over from Gary Steele who had a record of 9-21 with only 2-8 in his last year. Blackman took over for DeOrmond McLaughry who had a 7-20 record in his last three years. It will be interesting to see of Al Bagnoli can work in his magic at Columbia, which was an extremely tough task.

[ Post a Reply to This Message ]
[> [> Subject: Re: Coaching makes the biggest difference


Author:
observer
[ Edit | View ]

Date Posted: 18:00:44 08/28/17 Mon

Patently false.

College football has always been about Jimmies and Joes more than Xs and Os. In the Ivies, a good coach that knows how to work the admit/finaid/administrative/campus politics/ai system helps - but game planning and play calling is secondary to talent put on the field.

There are few reasons to believe that Tim Murphy's w-l record would be the same with Joe Restic's talent relative to the league.

To borrow a phrase, there are very few coaches that can beat your'n with his'n - and then turn around and beat his'n with your'n. Bill Belichicks aren't a dime a dozen.

[ Post a Reply to This Message ]
[> Subject: Re: Ivy Leaguers currently on NFL rosters - per BGA


Author:
IvySportsJunkie
[ Edit | View ]

Date Posted: 18:23:09 08/28/17 Mon

Observer. Clearly, coaches Cozza, Murphy, Bagnoli and Blackman were outstanding recruiters, as well as excellent game coaches and team motivators. Former players talk about each of these four Ivy coaches in a similar manner. Being a great coach, includes being an outstanding recruiter, whether it be in the Ivy League or Power 5 conference. I 100% agree that you need talent, but the best coaches tend to attract superior talent.

[ Post a Reply to This Message ]
[> [> Subject: This will tell you something about why Murphy's kids do well:


Author:
Observer
[ Edit | View ]

Date Posted: 18:39:34 08/28/17 Mon

http://orleans.wickedlocal.com/sports/20170828/patriots-hopeful-learned-his-lessons-under-murphy-at-harvard

[ Post a Reply to This Message ]
[> Subject: Re: Ivy Leaguers currently on NFL rosters - per BGA


Author:
IvySportsJunkie
[ Edit | View ]

Date Posted: 19:00:05 08/28/17 Mon

This article does reinforce why superior athletes tend to gravitate towards the best coaches. The article conveys that Max Rich had very fond memories of playing for Coach Murphy at Harvard. Max Rich noted "It was a good experience. Taught me a lot. He's a great coach. I think he's been there almost 25 years now. I loved every second of it."
¯
That said, the feelings were very similar when former players spoke about Bagnoli, Cozza and Blackman.

[ Post a Reply to This Message ]
[> [> Subject: Yes.


Author:
Observer
[ Edit | View ]

Date Posted: 19:37:36 08/28/17 Mon


[ Post a Reply to This Message ]
[> [> [> Subject: Re: Ivy League was founded on no scholarships and academic excellence.


Author:
Sprint66
[ Edit | View ]

Date Posted: 22:43:57 08/28/17 Mon

I am not going to argue with you Harvard loyalists, but the reality is the Ivy League was founded on no athletic scholarships and academic excellence. Tim Murphy has clearly violated the spirit of those rules. Sure the lowly five can probably match a Harvard offer, but that only gets the rest of the league second pickings. Other teams like Penn will challenge, but no doubt Harvard has driven a MACK Truck through a small loop hole in the rules, but that doesn't make it right. Hey if the rest of the league wants to go to scholarships and a more even academic index, then that's fine with me. We all should be playing by the same set of rules. Probably won't change though as Robin Harris is in bed with H-Y-P and could give a rats A about the rest of the league.

[ Post a Reply to This Message ]
[> [> [> [> Subject: Re: Ivy League was founded on no scholarships and academic excellence.


Author:
mrjames
[ Edit | View ]

Date Posted: 08:16:05 08/29/17 Tue

Your two key complaints here seem to be financial aid and the academic index.

Yes, there has been a massive financial aid expansion in the Ivy League starting in 2008 when Ivy educations were made free for those earning $60K or less. This wasn't done to help athletic teams be more competitive, but rather to help the institutions make an Ivy education accessible for all. Is your point that financial aid should have applied for non-athletes, but all athletes should continue to pay full? Or that the HYP expansion of fin aid was athletically motivated? Both are ridiculous.

As for making the playing field level, I'm all for it (though it's not as slanted as people think anymore). I'd like to see full athletic scholarships. But failing that, leveling the playing field is tricky, given the anti-trust ruling regarding the previous candidate-level financial aid discussions.

As for the academic index, Cornell has been the biggest beneficiary of an unequal playing field for years. The last thing that non-HYPs would want is a level playing field (though most other Ivies have closed the AI gap enough that differences aren't as big as they used to be and the floor at 183 now is pretty darn restricting). If your argument is that you liked the good old days when a low, low floor (169) allowed Cornell to essentially have a somewhat exclusive niche of the pond in which to fish and now that's gone with the floor at 183, that's fine, but that's a sign of RISING academic standards that have adversely impacted Cornell.

Sometimes I feel like Ivy fans won't be happy until the entire league is terrible and the champion is essentially a random draw among eight equally horrible teams.

[ Post a Reply to This Message ]
[> [> [> [> [> Subject: Re: Ivy League was founded on no scholarships and academic excellence.


Author:
Calvin
[ Edit | View ]

Date Posted: 08:40:28 08/29/17 Tue

"the champion is essentially a random draw"

Fans, maybe not so much, unless you consider students in the library during a game "fans".

But I bet the administrators wouldn't be upset.

[ Post a Reply to This Message ]
[> [> [> [> [> Subject: Football parity


Author:
Go Green
[ Edit | View ]

Date Posted: 10:18:38 08/29/17 Tue


Four teams have shared the title in the last two seasons.

That really ain't bad as far as parity goes...

[ Post a Reply to This Message ]
[> [> [> [> Subject: Correct me if i am wrong


Author:
holtsledge
[ Edit | View ]

Date Posted: 10:40:19 08/29/17 Tue

but aren't Harvard and I think Yale and Princeton providing financial aid to families making up to 175K? If so that is pretty generous. Pretty hard for a family to have Murph come into your living room in some town somewhere in the hinterland and say "Maam I want your son to play for me at Harvard" and turn him down knowing that even though you are upper middle class you won't pay a nickel for his education. Whereas the other day some kid tweeted "I just got offered by Dartmouth University" that drives me nuts

[ Post a Reply to This Message ]
[> [> [> [> [> Subject: Re: Correct me if i am wrong


Author:
mrjames
[ Edit | View ]

Date Posted: 11:13:47 08/29/17 Tue

It may have expanded since, but it started as $60K and under was full, whereas anything up to $180K was ~10% family obligation (I believe if you have a ton of assets, it's not that clean, but assuming a limited amount of assets).

I wish that families wouldn't have to pay a nickel under $180K, because we lose a lot of kids to a $10-20K difference in post-FA Ivy price tags and an athletic scholarship at similarly-minded academic institutions.

Also, while that was a big step at the time, it's my understanding that Ivies are now all relatively in line with that policy.

[ Post a Reply to This Message ]
[> [> [> [> [> Subject: Maybe he was right and it's a fresh start


Author:
Calvin
[ Edit | View ]

Date Posted: 11:21:59 08/29/17 Tue

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dartmouth_University

[ Post a Reply to This Message ]
[> [> [> [> [> Subject: Latest cuts


Author:
holtsledge
[ Edit | View ]

Date Posted: 15:34:34 09/02/17 Sat

include Columbia's Adams by the Jets and Penn's Togerson by Falcons

[ Post a Reply to This Message ]
[> [> [> [> [> [> Subject: Flo, too


Author:
Go Green
[ Edit | View ]

Date Posted: 16:54:13 09/02/17 Sat


Rams released Orimolade.

[ Post a Reply to This Message ]
[> [> [> [> [> [> Subject: let's hope


Author:
holtsledge
[ Edit | View ]

Date Posted: 17:31:29 09/02/17 Sat

for practice squad

[ Post a Reply to This Message ]
[> [> [> [> [> [> [> Subject: Vernon Harris waived by Bucs.


Author:
Diogenes
[ Edit | View ]

Date Posted: 23:04:49 09/02/17 Sat

He was injured in the pre-season with the Chiefs last year and signed with the Bucs this year.

Magnificent athlete. Engineering graduate. All best wishes to him.

[ Post a Reply to This Message ]
[> [> [> [> [> [> [> [> Subject: H's Toner


Author:
holtsledge
[ Edit | View ]

Date Posted: 08:41:57 09/03/17 Sun

waived by AZ, kind of a surprise since he was on roster last year

[ Post a Reply to This Message ]
[> [> [> [> [> [> [> [> [> Subject: P's Catapano and Reid released


Author:
sparman
[ Edit | View ]

Date Posted: 08:45:38 09/03/17 Sun

By Chiefs and Chargers. Reid has had productive seasons and I suspect will be picked up especially as injuries occur.

[ Post a Reply to This Message ]
[> [> [> [> [> [> [> [> [> [> Subject: Re: P's Catapano and Reid released


Author:
cadyellow
[ Edit | View ]

Date Posted: 20:14:35 09/05/17 Tue

Columbia's Josh Martin has been named starter for NY Jets in Game 1.

[ Post a Reply to This Message ]
[> [> [> [> [> [> [> [> [> [> Subject: Harvard's Nick Easton to start on O-Line for Vikings


Author:
Observer
[ Edit | View ]

Date Posted: 16:21:17 09/07/17 Thu

http://www.startribune.com/nick-easton-s-patience-rewarded-as-vikings-starter-on-offensive-line/442951593/

[ Post a Reply to This Message ]
[> [> [> [> [> [> [> [> [> Subject: H's Toner


Author:
Observer
[ Edit | View ]

Date Posted: 20:15:15 09/07/17 Thu

Signed by Cincinnati to their taxi squad

[ Post a Reply to This Message ]
[> [> [> [> [> Subject: Re: Correct me if i am wrong


Author:
foehi
[ Edit | View ]

Date Posted: 23:55:55 09/07/17 Thu

Torgerson was signed to somebody's practice squad which is a one year free pass from real life.

[ Post a Reply to This Message ]
[> [> [> [> [> [> Subject: Signed by the Washington


Author:
Calvin
[ Edit | View ]

Date Posted: 09:17:28 09/08/17 Fri

Some people believe that is a "pro" franchise, many consider it an open question.

But he might get a chance to play if injuries occur.

[ Post a Reply to This Message ]
[> Subject: Re: Ivy Leaguers currently on NFL rosters - per BGA


Author:
Sr Punter (Cornell's Problem)
[ Edit | View ]

Date Posted: 19:31:58 09/06/17 Wed

is the "Brand",the AI and the FA issue that also troubles B, D, Col and, to a lesser extent, Penn.

[ Post a Reply to This Message ]


VoyUser Login ] Not required to post.
Post a public reply to this message | Go post a new public message
* HTML allowed in marked fields.
* Message subject (required):

Name (required):

  Expression (Optional mood/title along with your name) Examples: (happy, sad, The Joyful, etc.) help)

  E-mail address (optional):

* Type your message here:


Notice: Copies of your message may remain on this and other systems on internet. Please be respectful.

[ Contact Forum Admin ]


Forum timezone: GMT-5
VF Version: 3.00b, ConfDB:
Before posting please read our privacy policy.
VoyForums(tm) is a Free Service from Voyager Info-Systems.
Copyright © 1998-2016 Voyager Info-Systems. All Rights Reserved.