Posts Tagged ‘Cornelius Ingram’
Posted: Thursday, August 26th, 2010 | Frank Tadych Tags: Alex Barron, Amari Spievey, Antoine Winfield, Asher Allen, Cam Cameron, Channing Crowder, Chris Cook, Colt McCoy, Cornelius Ingram, Frank Tadych, Glenn Dorsey, James Hardy, Kansas City Chiefs, Lito Sheppard, Quentin Moses, Ray Rice, Robert Brewster, Todd Haley, Trent Edwards, Troy Polamalu, Tyson Jackson, Wallace Gilberry
Chiefs coach Todd Haley has called the battle for starting spots along the 3-4 defensive line an “open competition,” fueling the idea that one of the team’s recent top five picks at defensive end — Glenn Dorsey or Tyson Jackson — could be sent to the bench.
Posted: Wednesday, August 12th, 2009 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Andy Reid, Cornelius Ingram, Kevin Kolb, Max Jean-Gilles, Nick Cole, Philadelphia Eagles, Shawn Andrews, Stacey Andrews, Todd Herremans, Winston Justice
More injury news on Philadelphia Eagles offensive line, as starting guard Todd Herremans could miss the entire preseason due to a foot injury.
Posted: Thursday, June 11th, 2009 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Cornelius Ingram, Max Jean-Gilles, Philadelphia Eagles
The Philadelphia Inquirer reports that G Max Jean-Gilles is looking for a contract extension from the Eagles and has acquired the services of agent Drew Rosenhaus.
Posted: Wednesday, March 18th, 2009 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Cornelius Ingram, Florida, Percy Harvin
Wide receiver Percy Harvin was the headliner at Florida’s pro day today in Gainesville. A slew of wide receiver coaches came out to watch Harvin perform, and Vikings vice president of player personnel Rick Spielman, Panthers general manager Marty Hurney, and Bucs GM Mark Dominik and coach Raheem Morris also were in attendance.
Posted: Thursday, February 19th, 2009 | Jason Feller Tags: Cornelius Ingram, Eugene Monroe, Herman Johnson, Max Unger, NFL Combine
A common theme among many of the top prospects here at the combine is that they trained against elite teammates in college. Several players credited facing such high-quality competition daily at practice with their development.