Updated Sept. 4, 2017A simple list of every former Hurricanes player currently on an NFL roster, with links to their stats/bios. Nothing more, nothing less. Duke Johnson uses his stiff-arm for the Cleveland Browns, just like he did at Miami. (Getty Images) MIAMI HURRICANES CURRENTLY IN THE NFL Updated Sept. 4, 2017. Years lettered at UM in parentheses. Arizona Cardinals Olsen Pierre (2011-14), DT Atlanta Falcons Matt Bosher (2007-10), P Jermaine Grace (2013-15), LB Baltimore Ravens None Buffalo Bills Seantrel Henderson (2010-13), OT (suspended) Carolina Panthers Corn Elder (2013-16), CB (reserve/injured) Brad Kaaya (2014-16), QB Greg Olsen, (2004-06), TE Chicago Bears Deon Bush (2012-15), S Pat O’Donnell (2013), P Cincinnati Bengals None Cleveland Browns Duke Johnson (2012-14), RB David Njoku (2015-16), TE Dallas Cowboys None Denver Broncos Jamal Carter (2013-16), S Detroit Lions Mike James (2009-12), RB (reserve/injured) Green Bay Packers Ladarius Gunter (2013-14), CB … [Read more...] about A list of Miami Hurricanes on 2017 NFL rosters
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At 9:05 Monday morning, a Premier charter bus filled with Howard Hustlin' Tigers baseball players pulled away from the high school's Market Street campus on its way to the Atlanta Braves' SunTrust Park. Tigers coach Jon Johnson thought the Braves were merely treating his team to free tickets and food throughout Atlanta's doubleheader against the Miami Marlins, as well as a few minutes of interaction with some of their players. And that certainly came to pass. Twenty-one Tigers were given $20 vouchers for both lunch and dinner, as well as quality seats. They met Braves front-office personnel who had grown up in economically depressed environments similar to so many of Howard's players. They got to play pitch and catch with Braves All-Stars Ozzie Albies and Freddie Freeman. "Once-in-a-lifetime opportunity," catcher Terrance Beamon said by cell phone between games. "Great experience. They asked me last week if I wanted to go on a field trip. I had no idea we'd get to do this, to meet … [Read more...] about Wiedmer: Braves give Howard baseball team a day to remember forever
WTSP Published 9:09 p.m. UTC Aug 12, 2018 An Ohio university says a Florida House candidate's claims that she graduated from the school are false. Melissa Howard, who is running for the Republican nomination in Florida's 73rd district, has been accused of falsifying her degree from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. Howard recently posted a Facebook photo of herself and her mother with a diploma to clear her name. However, Claire Webster, director of university news and communications for MU, told WTSP that Melissa Marie Fox – Howard’s name before she married – does not have a degree from the college, though she was enrolled at the school. Webster pointed out other discrepancies with the diploma seen in the photo, including: The picture of the diploma does not appear to be an accurate Miami University diploma. MU has no record of the degree pictured in the photo. The marketing degree shown in the photo was not what Fox studied while she was enrolled at … [Read more...] about Ohio college: Despite claims, Florida House candidate Melissa Howard didn’t graduate
Scott Springer Cincinnati Enquirer Published 2:51 p.m. UTC Aug 8, 2018 The Cincinnati Enquirer will feature a different conference each weekday in advance of high school football season. Today, we have the Miami Valley Conference. The ever-expanding Miami Valley Conference will add two more members next fall when Purcell Marian and Roger Bacon come over from the GCL-Coed. Until then, the MVC features a dozen schools between the Scarlet and Gray Divisions. In football, Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy (CHCA) has been dominant since the early 2000s winning 11 titles. Football-only member Dayton Christian has won two of the last three in the Gray Division. The following is a look at the various Miami Valley Conference squads for 2018. Scarlet Division With 11 league titles, including the last five in a row, CHCA is always a Miami Valley Conference threat. Mark Mueller was MVC-Scarlet Coach of the Year last season but lost Offensive and Defensive Players … [Read more...] about Preview: Usual suspects favored in Miami Valley Conference football
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Sports Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Today's Paper Advertisement Supported by keeping score Howard, a well-traveled center, and a host of others should easily gain induction into the Basketball Hall of Fame despite frequent skepticism. ByBenjamin Hoffman July 30, 2018 In an eventful N.B.A. off-season, a curious thing happened: One of the greatest players to play the game — a sure Hall of Famer — was traded for spare parts in a salary dump. If that were not bad enough, the team that acquired him then bought out his contract and released him. Weeks later, the same situation is playing out for another certain Hall of Famer. We are, of course, talking about Dwight Howard and Carmelo Anthony, two players as polarizing as they are accomplished. For much of their careers, they were in the game’s highest tier, widely considered to be top 10 players, if not top five. … [Read more...] about Carmelo Anthony and Dwight Howard Are Hall of Famers. No Matter What Twitter Says.