Jul 15, 2017 | by Jonas Shaffer, The Baltimore Sun
Three years ago, the Boise State football team was preparing to face Fresno State in the Mountain West Conference championship game. They’d played once before that season, and Andy Avalos, then the Broncos’ linebackers coach, recalled that the defense’s game plan did not change much between meetings. Boise had won by double digits seven weeks earlier.
MARBLE FALLS — Days before the start of his second NFL training camp with the Minnesota Vikings, 2011 Marble Falls High School graduate David Morgan was home visiting family and friends, playing golf, and even taking a quick trip to the Texas coast.
But it hasn’t been all play and no work for the former Mustang.
Who is your football mentor or inspiration?
For me growing up I would have to say it was my uncle, Tupu Alualu, who played back in Hawaii at the same high school I went to. He went to Oregon and then transferred back to the University of Hawaii. Our family going to his games, supporting him, seeing him do well himself, ...
The Cincinnati Bengals selected former Utah center/right tackle J.J. Dielman in the fifth round of the 2017 NFL Draft. Due to a Lisfranc injury suffered during his senior season in college, he was unable to practice in rookie minicamp and OTAs. That’s kept the spotlight off the rookie offensive lineman who will make a push to make an impact among a crowded, yet inexperienced, Bengals ...
Jun 29, 2017 | by Michael Hutchins, Herald Democrat
Dallas Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee visited Texoma Medical Center Thursday afternoon to meet with patients and fans. The appearance was the first time a professional athlete had come to visit patients at the hospital, officials said.
The appearance came ahead of the All-Texomaland Banquet presented by the Herald Democrat and Texoma Medical Center and sponsored by Bonham Chrysler where Lee served ...