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Carolina Panthers Free Agency Rumors

With just under two weeks until the start of free agency, teams across the NFL are relieving their roster of dead weight in preparation. One team’s trash is another team’s treasure, however, and considering how much Carolina Panthers’ general manager Dave Gettleman loves to dumpster dive, it’s very possible one of these players could find themselves in Charlotte next season...
Via Pro Football Spot
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Carolina Panthers could be interested in free agent tackle Michael Oher

According to a report by Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun, the Carolina Panthers recently were visited by free agent offensive tackle Michael Oher… Former Ravens, Titans tackle Michael Oher recently visited the Panthers, sources say: — Aaron Wilson (@RavensInsider) February 25, 2015 AROUND COVER32 Power Rankings: How all 32 teams stack up as the offseason...
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5 days ago  |  Discuss

Free Agent OT Michael Oher Visited With The Panthers

Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun reports that free agent OT Michael Oher recently visited with the Carolina Panthers. Wilson’s sources told him that Oher is completely healthy from now. There was some speculation in recent days that the Panthers could consider a reasonably priced veteran offensive tackle like Oher, so it’s interesting to hear that he met with the team just...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Titans release RT Michael Oher

Yet another foray into the free agent market came to a bad end for the Titans, as Tennessee released right tackle Michael Oher on Thursday. Oher was, in some ways, the centerpiece of the Titans’ 2014 free agency class. He received the biggest contract ($20 million) and matched the longest length of time (four years). He played a position of extreme need, right tackle with David...
Via Total Titans
24 days ago  |  Discuss

Titans must continue O-line rebuild after releasing Oher

Tennessee's experiment with offensive tackle Michael Oher came to an end on Thursday after the Titans waived the six- year veteran. He signed a four-year, $20-million deal with the team prior to the the 2014 season, but the nature of the contract allowed Tennessee to get out of the deal after one season. Oher started 11 games at right tackle for the Titans, but had little success...
Via Fox Sports Tennessee
24 days ago  |  Discuss

Browns may kick the tires on Michael Oher

The Cleveland Browns are all set on the blind side as long as Joe Thomas is ambulatory, but they have struggled to find a top-flight right tackle to bookend the offensive line. Mitchell Schwartz has been inconsistent on the right side. To that end, the Browns are rumored to be interested in right tackle Michael Oher, most recently of the Tennessee Titans. He signed a four year, ...
Via Waiting For Next Year
24 days ago  |  Discuss

Tennessee Titans Release Michael Oher

Former first-round pick Michael Oher was waived by the Tennessee Titans on Thursday with an injury settlement. Starting all 11 games in 2014—his first season with the Titans—Oher put up an absolutely dreadful performance. According to Pro Football Focus (subscription required), the former first-round pick of the Baltimore Ravens finished as the 10th-worst offensive tackle in...
Via Sportsnaut
24 days ago  |  Discuss

Baltimore Ravens: Training camp preview

The Baltimore Ravens will report to the Under Armour Performance Center in Owings Mills on July 26 for the first full-team practice of training camp. Some players have high stakes going into this year’s camp, so it will surely be one to watch. Training camp comes to an end on Aug. 15. M&T Bank Stadium will hold its first-ever Fireworks Night on July 28, which is free and open...
July 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Titans Play It Safe Signing Michael Oher

Michael Oher is as widely known as any player in all of sports. His off the field narrative is considerably more cogent than his actual performance on the field. Since entering the league in 2009 Oher consistently ranks near the worst at his position and is the most frequently penalized player in the NFL, according to Andrew Powell-Morse http://www.bestticke.../nfl-penalties/‎...
Via Pro Football Spot
March 25, 2014  |  Discuss

His father's murder left Aaron Green's football career in doubt. NFL Draft prospect and UAB offensive lineman says, "Michael Oher," is his model

    Everyone has a story, heck it's what make the Olympics, so memorable is the athletes and the adversities they have overcome. Olympic athletes aren't the only ones who have faced things in life, yet have continued to work diligently on making their dreams a reality. My father was murdered my junior year (High School), said UAB offensive line Aaron Green. My grades fell extre...
March 06, 2014  |  Discuss

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