2023 Football Eligibles

From Portland State, Julius Thomas would have a seven-year career in the National Football League where his best years were spent with the Denver Broncos.  In 2013 and 2014 Thomas as named to the Pro Bowl and he would have 12 Receiving Touchdowns in both seasons, which was good enough to place him in the top five in the league. …
The third member (at least that is where we see him in the pecking order) of Seattle’s famed “Legion of Boom”, Kam Chancellor was a very important figure in the Seahawks rise to prominence in the 2010’s.  Chancellor would win the starting Strong Safety position in 2011 where he would be chosen for the Pro Bowl that year and consecutively…
Lawrence Timmons had a good career at Florida State, and the Pittsburgh Steelers drafted him in the First Round (15thOverall) in 2007. Timmons was a backup in his first two seasons and won a Super Bowl when the Steelers defeated the Arizona Cardinals to win the 2008 Season.
From Texas A&M, Martellus Bennett began his pro career with the Dallas Cowboys where he was the backup Tight End to Jason Witten and was regarded as an above average blocker.  He would later go to the New York Giants and Chicago Bears, the latter of which would see him go to the Pro Bowl in 2014.  Bennett’s career would…
Mike Tolbert played his college ball at Coastal Carolina, and though he was at a small school and played at Fullback, he managed to carve out a successful career in the NFL.
Paul Pozluszny split his career between the Buffalo Bills and the Jacksonville Jaguars where he was one of the more popular players on the defensive sides of the ball.  A Second Round Pick from Penn State, the Linebacker would be named the Bills Defensive MVP in 2008 and he was chosen for the Pro Bowl in 2013 as a member…
Originally from Liberia, Tamba Hali was the 20th overall pick from Penn State in the 2006 Draft.  Hali played Defensive End for the first three years of his pro career (all of which were with the Kansas City Chiefs) but he found greater success when he was moved to Right Outside Linebacker for the 2009 Season.  From 2011 to 2015…
The 5th overall draft pick in the 2003 Draft, Terence Newman made history as the highest drafted Kansas State Wildcat up until that time.  Newman was a more than capable Cornerback who may have only been named a Pro Bowler twice but easily could have received that honor five times.  His best work was with the Dallas Cowboys where his…
An All-Rookie in 2010 with the Cleveland Browns, T.J. Ward won the starting Strong Safety job in training camp.