COLLEGE: Played in 37 career games with one start over the course o fhis four year career at Oklahoma. Carried the ball 8 times for 22 yards and recorded 9 catches for 92 yards and 3 touchdowns as a Sooner.
2009: Saw extensive action in 12 games as a valuable blocker and member of spevial teams. Had one rushing attempt for 1-yard against BYU. Ended the year with 3 special teams tackles.
2008: All-Big 12 first team by the coaches and an All-Big 12 Academic first team.
2006: Slowed by injury, but saw action in two games as a reserve.
2005: Played in nine games exclusively on special teams.
HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL: Cached by Donni Yantis. Named super all-state first team as fullback and as a linebacker. Was the No. 6 fullback in the nation (Rivals.com). Ranked No. 3 in the Postseason Arizona Top 15 (Rivals.com). Awarded Phoenix Metro and Arizona Player of the Year (Phoenix Metro FB Magazine). Listed as the No. 98 player in the Southwest (Scout.com).
Tim Twentyman covers all the news from Wednesday's practice in the UK including the DT dominant duo, a practice squad roster move and more.
Despite the problems facing the Falcons, the Lions are looking more at a team that was an incomplete pass away from going to the Super Bowl two years ago than one that’s in trouble.
The Lions got some good news on the injury front Wednesday as All-Pro receiver Calvin Johnson was listed as “limited” on the first practice report of the week.
Detroit Lions center Dominic Raiola talks about the importance of the team sticking to a routine and how improving the offense is a group effort.
Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh talks about the team's mentality heading into Sunday and how the group must take advantage of their opportunities.
Detroit Lions head coach Jim Caldwell talks about the warm welcome the team has received thus far in London and how the group has maintained focus.