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Anthony Chickillo is feeling pretty good these days

Though he didn’t say it publicly while playing for the Hurricanes, Anthony Chickillo disagreed with the way UM’s coaching staff used him. Looks like he feels a lot better about his NFL prospects. Chickillo, who was asked to bulk up and play defensive end at UM, will play outside linebacker for the Pittsburgh Steelers, who drafted him in the sixth round. “I haven’t felt...
Via Canes Watch
11 days ago

Football Is A Family Affair For Steelers’ Chickillo

Five years ago, former Miami Hurricanes head coach Randy Shannon had a 2011 recruiting class, with the centerpiece headliner of that class being the highly sought after 5-star recruit, Anthony Chickillo. Now, playing for the “U” is an enigma in of itself, but Chickillo wasn’t your everyday run-of-the-mill signing, as he was a third generation […] Football Is A Family Affair...
Via Steelers Depot
May 29, 2015  |  Discuss

Chickillo Brings His “Motor” to the Steelers

In the first five plays I watched of new Steelers’ defender Anthony Chickillo, I saw him line up in four different spots along the front line of the Miami Hurricanes’ defense. None of those however were the position the Steelers drafted him for which is outside linebacker. While that may be the case, I can flat out tell you that it won’t matter where Chickillo lines up for...
Via Steel City Blitz
May 11, 2015  |  Discuss

Steelers select Miami’s Anthony Chickillo in 2015 NFL draft

Anthony Chickillo (right) upped his NFL draft stock at the East-West Shrine Game. (Miami Herald) ANTHONY CHICKILLO Miami 6-foot-4, 267 pounds, DE Anthony Chickillo was the 36th pick in the sixth round (No. 212 overall) of the 2015 NFL Draft by the Pittsburgh Steelers. Bio: Durable player who finished with 27 tackles for loss and 17.5 sacks. He played in 50 games (tied for third...
Via Canes Watch
May 02, 2015

Anthony Chickillo seems happy to leave Miami Hurricanes defensive system

Anthony Chickillo opened eyes with a stellar performance last Saturday in the East-West Shrine Game. One writer called him “disruptive” and “unblockable at times.” It wasn’t the player Hurricanes fans were used to seeing. Chickillo, a former five-star prospect whose sack totals declined in each of his four years at UM, made comments during an in-game sideline interview...
Via Canes Watch
January 20, 2015

Chickillo: “It’s a big challenge this week”

CORAL GABLES, FL – Hurricanes senior defensive lineman Anthony Chickillo is focused on the task at hand this weekend: beating Florida St. for the first time in his career. Having grown up around the rivalry, this game holds special importance. “I went to all the games when I was little. It’s a big in-state rivalry, Miami and Florida St. always will be. It’s a big challenge...
Via CaneInsider
November 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Duke's offense to test Miami's defense - again

MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. (AP) Given the way Duke's offense has piled up yards and points against Miami over the last two years, it's easy to see why Hurricanes' defensive end Anthony Chickillo was a little confused about the status of the rivalry. ''They've beaten us, what, the last two years?'' Chickillo asked this week. Might feel that way, but no, the teams have actually split those...
Via AP on Fox
September 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Miami's defensive leaders hoping for strong finish

CORAL GABLES, Fla. (AP) It seems like Denzel Perryman and Anthony Chickillo were destined to play at Miami. They met for the first time eight years ago, that initial encounter taking place in the Miami weight room that would eventually become their hangout as Hurricanes. Perryman is a linebacker from Coral Gables, the suburb the university calls home. Chickillo is a defensive lineman...
Via AP on Fox
August 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Al Golden: We’re strongest we’ve been defensively at point of attack

CORAL GABLES — Despite starting 7-0 a season ago, Miami’s defense had trouble getting off the field. Even in Atlantic Coast Conference victories over Georgia Tech (45-30), North Carolina (27-23) and Wake Forest (24-21) to finish off the perfect start, the Hurricanes had to continually outslug their foes on the scoreboard. Then in Miami’s final six games of the 2013 season,...
Via CaneInsider
August 05, 2014  |  Discuss

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