Smart, Tough, Reliable: The Story of N’Keal Harry

Before coming to the United States, 21 year old N’Keal Harry spent the earliest part of his childhood on a small island in Saint Vincent, where the population was last estimated to be under 110,000. Like many other countries, the popularity of American football is nowhere near that of soccer and rugby. (Fun fact: you … Continue reading Smart, Tough, Reliable: The Story of N’Keal Harry

Russell Wilson is Seattle’s greatest gamble

I've been back and forth on the Russell Wilson extension ever since the numbers were announced last week. I'm glad that he ended up being the highest-paid quarterback in the NFL, and the inclusion of a no-trade clause gives the appearance of a mutual commitment between the player and front office. Numbers from Over the … Continue reading Russell Wilson is Seattle’s greatest gamble

Hunting for 5-Techs: Dre’Mont Jones

The search for an impact 5-technique brings our focus to Ohio State defensive lineman, Dre’Mont Jones. IntroductionAt nearly 6’3” and 281 pounds, Jones was an electric and productive defensive tackle for OSU, totaling 8.5 sacks and 13 tackles for loss in 14 games. He did not test well at the combine, registering average jumps to … Continue reading Hunting for 5-Techs: Dre’Mont Jones

(im)permanence

Notre Dame burned yesterday. A cathedral that was erected over the course of a century and stood for another 750 years burned. Its towers stood as the tallest structure in Paris for over 600 years, until they were surpassed by the Eiffel Tower. You neither have to believe in God nor ignore the horrors that … Continue reading (im)permanence