Forever A Bull
MACing the Draft
Over the last 10 years, which MAC school has had the most players drafted into the NFL?
Mason Schreck drawing praise from the get-go
"I thought Mason (Schreck), our tight end from Buffalo, did a nice job today as a receiver — to me, he was in position to make some plays catching the ball one-on-one. That was good to see him do t...Marvin Lewis 5/6 Press Conferenc...
Schreck to wear 86 with Cincinnati Bengals
"Tight end Mason Schreck, who was Cincinnati’s final draft pick, will wear No. 86. James Wright is who most recently wore that number, but he was cut this offseason, paving the way for Schreck to take it over for the time being."
New Bulls In The Pro's
Mason Schreck was drafted, JJ got signed as an UDFA, and Roubbens Joseph is getting a tryout.
Jackson Signs With Montreal
The UB Alumnus and CFL All-Star will suit up for the Alouettes in 2017
Ernest Jackson signs two-year deal with Montreal Alouettes
BREAKING: Ernest Jackson @EJack09 has signed a two-year deal with the #AlsMTL! One more talented receiver for our offense! #IsItJuneYet pic.twitter.com/ci04tboZzM— #AlsMTL (@MTLAlouettes) February 16, 2017
Jackson has put up numbers everywhere he's been, and after catching the Grey Cup-winning score last year, he's cashing in with Montreal
How to lose donations
UB Football has a ton of scholarships to give, and they won’t even take a chance on Khalil Mack’s brother
James Starks cut by the Packers
Starks leaves Green Bay after a seven-year tenure that saw him score a total of 17 touchdowns including playoffs. His best year was in 2013, when he made a formidable one-two punch with rookie Eddie lacy and averaged 5.5 yards per carry. Starks’ 2010 postseason was a big reason for the Packers’ drive to Super Bowl XLV, as he picked up 315 rushing yards over the team’s four playoff wins.
One of the most important plays of the playoffs had a touch of Buffalo to it. The story of Packers punter, and WNY native Jake Schum: pic.twitter.com/usjHuQpzqx— Joe Buscaglia (@JoeBuscaglia) January 20, 2017
What’s next for Portland Timbers’ Russell Cicerone?
A league-wide emphasis on Combine results hurt Cicerone, but he’s a pro now
Mack named Pro Football Writers of America Defensive Player of the Year
Congratulations to @52Mack_ on being named the 2016 @PFWAwriters Defensive Player of the Year!— OAKLAND RAIDERS (@RAIDERS) January 18, 2017
Read: https://t.co/UhOS0oN45K pic.twitter.com/GMUnaLeyuw
Mack on the move? Raiders file for move to Las Vegas
It's been long speculated but now the ball is rolling on the long rumored move from Oakland to Las Vegas for the Raiders. That means UB's all-time great Khalil Mack could be playing in Sin City pending a vote of league's owners in March.
Kristjan Sokoli signs with Indianapolis Colts Practice Squad
As a defensive end!
Steven Means among Eagles players raising fists in protest during Monday Night Football national anthem
Malcolm Jenkins, Steven Means and Ron Brooks. #Eagles pic.twitter.com/WsItyIy5yr— Billy Penn (@billy_penn) September 20, 2016
Means was joined by Marcus Smith, Ron Brooks, and Malcolm Jenkins, who told ABC News that 'the protest "has nothing to do with this country or the flag or the anthem itself," adding that it is a meant to "push forward the conversation about social injustice."'
The raised fists are evocative of Tommie Smith and John Carlos atop the podium in the 1968 Mexico City Olympics.