Undrafted free agents can be incredibly fun to talk about for fanbases during the off-season. After all, what better time for speculation? When it comes to A.J. Tarpley, the speculation has turned to his ability to make the Buffalo Bills as a backup. During mini-camp, Tarpley started the process of making the team by making an impression on linebackers coach Bobby April III. Despite...
Two Stanford undrafted linebackers have reached free agent deals with NFL teams. A.J. Tarpley, one of Stanford's most productive linebackers, has reached a deal to play for Rex Ryan and the Buffalo Bills. James Vaughters has reached a deal to play for the Green Bay Packers.Tarpley, a fifth-year senior who finished the 2014 season with 84 tackles, was disappointed that he was not...
Stanford sending six players to Indianapolis, but linebackers A.J. Tarpley and James Vaughters also were snubbed.
Via Contra Costa Times - Cal
February 19, 2015
STANFORD, Calif. (AP) A.J. Tarpley heard all offseason how Stanford would need to replace the production and locker room leadership linebackers Shayne Skov and Trent Murphy provided. He heard how the departures of defensive coordinator Derek Mason and inside linebackers coach David Kotulski to Vanderbilt could complicate the Cardinal's transition. And he heard how the linebackers...
Via Associated Press
August 15, 2014 | Discuss
Stanford has not had the perfect season by any stretch. They had a confusing loss to Utah early in the season and they lost to USC in a close physical game. Arizona State has had a great season up to this point and I’m sure they wanted nothing more than to win the conference title at home in front of their friends and family. Saturday night the Cardinal still celebrated as they...
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