The Bucs have never faced a Chip Kelly team before, but linebacker Mason Foster knows the first-year Eagles coach — and his offense, and perhaps his quarterback — well from his days in the Pac-10 at Washington, facing his Oregon teams.
“He’s like an evil genius,” Foster said. “I’m a linebacker, and he’s always finding [...]Continue Reading →
There was a lot of talk about how prevalent the tight end position was going to be in Chip Kelly’s offense when the head coach first arrived in Philadelphia. The Eagles quickly signed James Casey to a free-agent contract, then proceeded to spend the 35th overall pick on Zach Ertz out of Stanford.
We even [...]Continue Reading →
Change has come in a big way to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers this offseason with a new coaching staff, new logos and uniforms and upgrades on both sides of the ball with 13 free agent signees. But one constant for the Bucs is linebacker Mason Foster, who enters his fourth NFL season excited to do [...]Continue Reading →
The National Football Post’s Greg Gabriel compares Jordan Tripp favorably to Wisconsin’s Chris Borland, who is ranked by many as a second round pick in the 2014 draft.
Jordan Tripp – Linebacker – Montana
Size – 6026 – 234 – 4.63
Strong Points – Size, athlete, speed, instincts, productive, dominates level of competition, pass coverage, competes, [...]Continue Reading →
Scouts from several NFL teams were on hand at Fresno State Pro Day on Thursday and although many of them came to see quarterback Derek Carr, the attention to Carr may have had the added effect of bringing some more to tight end Marcel Jensen.
Marcel Jensen improves on his Continue Reading →
It’s not every day that hordes of NFL scouts flock to the state of Montana, but Tuesday was a special case: Pro Day for University of Montana linebacker Jordan Tripp.
Jordan didn’t disappoint, posting 40-yard dash times near identical to his 4.67 at the NFL Scouting Combine last month, [...]Continue Reading →