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Fanspeak's Steve Shoup interviewing Landry Jones after practice.

2013 Senior Bowl Interview: Landry Jones Talks 2013 NFL Draft, More

2013/01/25 at 10:03 am 0 comments

GridironGrit.com Contributor and Fanspeak.com Founder Steve Shoup spoke with Landry Jones after South practice this week about the upcoming 2013 NFL Draft, being at the 2013 Senior Bowl and preparing for the NFL. On what its like being at the Senior Bowl:  Just a huge honor for me.  An honor that I get [...]

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Peyton Manning: The Raven-Killer Returns To Baltimore

Peyton Manning: The Raven-Killer Returns To Baltimore

2012/12/15 at 10:08 pm 1 comment

At one point when the Baltimore Ravens had to play against the Indianapolis Colts, the fans of Charm City were excited to have the opportunity to pound the team that left their proud city. However, the Colts had quarterback Peyton Manning and he has tormented Baltimore for the past few years. [...]

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John Harbaugh Says “We Did Fine” With Ray Rice in Limited Action

2012/12/08 at 9:03 pm 0 comments

Normally, when an individual is forgotten, it appears that they are not as important or needed. But in the time of need here comes the, ‘oh yeah,’ do not forget about such and such – factor. The Baltimore Ravens have one of the best playmakers in the NFL in running back Ray [...]

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Redskins QB Robert Griffin III Says One Sack On Him Is Too Many

2012/09/27 at 2:56 pm 1 comment

Robert Griffin III was a one-man show as he led his team in rushing with 85 yards and a score on 12 carries while completing 21 of 34 of his passes for 221 yards and a touchdown in Sunday’s 38-31 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals at FedEx Field. After a solid 1-1 record, the [...]

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Bengals Coach Marvin Lewis Can See Greatness in Andy Dalton

2012/09/25 at 4:47 pm 0 comments

Second-year quarterback Andy Dalton led the Cincinnati Bengals (2-1) into FedEx Field on Sunday to light up the scoreboard, and the Washington Redskins in a 38-31 victory in Landover, MD.  Dalton completed 19 out of 27 attempts for 328 yards with three touchdowns and an interception. But Dalton and his young [...]

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NFL Veteran DE Stanley McClover Doesn’t Regret NCAAF Pay-For-Play Past

2012/07/23 at 12:23 am 13 comments

Money has the power to influence everyone’s decision in life. Money could even force each individual to second guess themselves, especially when they are desperate.  Free agent defensive end Stanley McClover was no exception. In McClover’s words, he humbly admitted he accept money while playing football for Auburn University.  Was [...]

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Cleveland Browns: Torrey Grissett Got From Streets To NFL From Trust in God

Cleveland Browns: Torrey Grissett Got From Streets To NFL From Trust in God

2012/05/29 at 1:43 am 1 comment

An individual with purpose can not die until his or her destiny is fulfilled, as the drive to succeed is so great that the proud seeker struggles at times to find a guiding light among the doubters in his or her path. Cleveland Browns wide receiver Torrey Grissett is an example of [...]

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Minnesota Vikings: Nick Taylor’s Talents Made Room For Former Point Guard in NFL

Minnesota Vikings: Nick Taylor’s Talents Made Room For Former Point Guard in NFL

2012/05/27 at 3:05 pm 0 comments

Oftentimes, when a door closes, another opens—either by chance or through an opportunity. There are many times when the abilities of extremely talented individuals are nearly impossible to ignore.  That’s a fitting description for Nick Taylor.  Despite being labeled undersized, Taylor’s talents allowed him to get recognized. The Minnesota Vikings [...]

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Interview: Clemson’s Brandon Maye Looking Forward To Long Ride in NFL

2012/04/28 at 3:04 pm 0 comments

Check out these Pro Day numbers: 40-yard dash – 4.85, 20-yard dash – 2.75, 10-yard dash – 1.70, broad jump – 9’02” and 20-yard shuttle – 4.53.  Not bad for a 6-1, 240-pound linebacker, who recovered from having ankle surgery, prior to Clemson University’s Pro Day on March 8. Defining the odds has been the [...]

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2012 NFL Draft Interview: RB Raymond Carter Carried By Family, Opportunity

2012/04/24 at 1:15 pm 0 comments

Family and opportunity has carried RB Raymond Carter through—to the NFL.  In life, there are no absolutes.  There is no guarantee that being rich means life is not going to be challenging and being poor equals a life of heartache and pain. Same for the NFL Draft, as being selected [...]

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