JIM LEONHARD RUMORS & GOSSIP
Veteran S Jim Leonhard announced via his Twitter account Wednesday that he has signed a contract with the Browns.
It’s official, I just signed my 8th NFL contract to become a part of the Cleveland Browns. #dawgpound
— Jim Leonhard (@jimleonhard) July 30, 2014
Leonhard, 31, had previously mentioned that he had spoken to NFL teams including the Packers about potential opportunities...
Free agent S Jim Leonhard mentioned in an interview with WQOW in Eau Claire on Friday that he has spoken to a few NFL teams including the Packers regarding a potential opportunity, but nothing has progressed all that far up to this point.
“It would mean a lot, but we’ve had a lot of conversations with teams, Green Bay being one of them,” said Leonhard, via CheeseheadTV...
Leonhard has worn No. 36 since the 2008 season. (Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)
When veteran safety Jim Leonhard (5-8, 188 lbs.) arrived in Denver, his jersey number of choice—No. 36—was already taken. With no complaints, Leonhard went with No. 45 as an alternative.
A month after signing and three weeks after becoming healthy again, Leonhard survived roster cuts and is currently...
On December 6 2010, the New York Jets were beaten to within an inch of their football lives by the Patriots on Monday Night Football 45-3.
The reason why the Jets needed to get even in the first place was credited to the sudden loss of safety Jim Leonhard who fractured his right tibia the Friday before the Monday night game.
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ESPN’s Stephania Bell talks about Jets Safety Jim Leonhard and his injury and his recovery outlook.
Jim Leonhard: Out for the season
At this point, most of you know that Jim Leonhard has been placed on injured reserve after tearing his PCL while making an interception against the Kansas City Chiefs. This is the second year in a row in which Jim Leonhard has suffered a season ending injury, both injuries to his left leg. Overall, this injury is a devastating blow to the New York...
Rich Cimini’s take on why the Jets should still make the playoffs, even without Jim Leonhard
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Jets Should Make the Playoffs Without Leonhard - The Jet Press - The Jet Press - A New York Jets Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
FLORHAM PARK, NJ -- It's deja vu, all over again. For safety Jim Leonhard the classic Yogi-ism might be more than appropriate if the reports of yet another season-ending right leg injury for the veteran safety are true.He is to have an MRI on Monday and more definitive results will be known later in the day, likely during Rex Ryan's press conference with media. Eerily,...
Looks like the win is coming with a big price to the Jets.
Multiple sources are saying that Jim Leonhard, Jets’ safety that left the game in the first half today, following an interception, will miss the rest of the season with a torn MCL. Bad … [visit site to read more]
Sources : Jim Leonhard Torn MCL, Out for the Year - The Jet Press - The Jet Press - A New York Jets Fan...
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