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NFL Draft Live Blog Day 2: Logan Ryan Goes No. 83 Overall to Patriots

9:40 p.m.: The Patriots selected a Rutgers defender. Surprise, surprise. Logan Ryan is a slot/zone cornerback who may struggle if he’s asked to play man outside. He’s a smart player and has strong instincts. 9:39 p.m.: The Saints got a space filler on defense in nose tackle John Jenkins out of Georgia. 9:31 p.m.: The Bills got the highly athletic Marquise Goodwin out of Texas...
April 26, 2013  |  Discuss

Eagles Draft Bennie Logan in Third Round

In the third round, the Eagles drafted Bennie Logan, a defensive tackle out of LSU. Scouts have mixed emotions on him. He has a strong upper body and has played very well at times. However, he is known to lack a ton of consistency at times. Logan stands 6-3 and 295 pounds and it seems that he may be the type of player the Eagles like could he could show a lot of versatility. With...

Is LSU's Bennie Logan A Good Fit For Jacksonville?

Future NFL defensive tackle Bennie Logan dominated the SEC while playing at LSU, and looks to do the same at the next level in the NFL. Wearing the number 18 at LSU is not just a number, but instead a symbol. The number is representative of the player who best represents what it means to be a Tiger on and off the field. Logan is projected to be amid to late round prospect, and a...
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February 18, 2013  |  Discuss

2013 NFL Draft: LSU Loses Defensive Linemen Mingo, Montgomery, and Logan to NFL

The mass exodus from LSU has continued, though this time, the players declaring aren't unexpected. After having six players declare already, including an under-used running back and a punter, three defensive linemen leaving for the NFL from LSU shouldn't be much of a surprise. Despite all three (maybe Logan the least of them) not playing as dominant as expected in the...
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January 06, 2013  |  Discuss

Logan, Loston Visit Redemptorist Mardi Gras Parade

BATON ROUGE - Two SEC champion LSU football players, Bennie Logan and Craig Loston, stopped by Redemptorist Elementary School's Mardi Gras Parade.
February 22, 2012  |  Discuss
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