Versatile Brendan Langley can fill a number of holes for Denver

The motto remains true that “defense wins championships,” and in the pass-happy NFL, a team can never have too many defensive backs. They can also never have too many young players players who can contribute in multiple phases. With the 101st pick in the 2017 NFL Draft, awarded to Denver as a compensatory third-round pick, the Denver Broncos added a nice depth defensive back...
Via Mile High Sports
April 28, 2017

Broncos add defensive depth with selection of Brendan Langley

  The Denver Broncos used the 101st selection of the NFL Draft on cornerback Brendan Langley out of Lamar. The 6’0″, 201-pound Langley began his career at the University of Georgia before transferring to Lamar in his junior season in search of more playing time. He responded by putting up 43 tackles, seven passes broken up and six interceptions, earning All-Southland Conference...
Via BSN Denver
April 28, 2017

Mock draft: San Francisco 49ers take Lamar cornerback Brendan Langley

The San Francisco 49ers released cornerback Tramaine Brock on April 7 and are looking for extra cornerback depth on their roster. The cornerback is a vital part of a football team’s defense. He’s positioned to the right or left side of the linebackers. He’s responsible for covering the outside areas near the sidelines against end runs and pass plays. The 49ers are left with...
Via EndZoneScore
April 17, 2017

Lamar cornerback Brendan Langley worked out for the Houston Texans, per report

The Houston Texans continue to look to add depth at the cornerback position. Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle is reporting that Lamar University cornerback Brendan Langley worked out for the Houston Texans. Langley played at the University of Georgia before transferring to Lamar after losing his starting job with the Bulldogs during his freshman […] Lamar cornerback Brendan...
Via Toro Times
April 02, 2017

2017 NFL Draft Sleepers: Brendan Langley

In this edition of 2017 NFL Draft sleepers, I will focus on Brendan Langley. Langley started his college career at the University of Georgia but after two years of limited playing time, he transferred to Lamar. In his two years at Lamar, Langley proved to be effective not only at cornerback but returner as well. In his senior year, he was tied for third in Division I-AA with six...
Via Baltimore Beatdown
March 27, 2017

From SEC to FCS, Brendan Langley reflects on decision to leave Georgia: ‘Very humbling experience’

INDIANAPOLIS — Change is an unavoidable part of life in the SEC, where coaches drift in and out of programs like flotsam and players jump ship with little hesitation, and the turnover can result in some strange situations. Case in point: The 2017 NFL Combine featured more Georgia transfers (two) than players who actually finished their career with the school (one-man show Isaiah...
Via Dawg Nation
March 11, 2017

NFL combine invitee: Brandan Langley, CB, Lamar (UGA, Kell High)

Lamar University senior corner back Brendan Langley was named American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) FCS All-America. (Credit: Lamar University) FLOWERY BRANCH — We are powering through the list of 330 players invited to the NFL scouting combine. As we find the locals with Georgia connections, we will post them until we have the list completed. Here’s our latest find:...
Via AJC's Atlanta Falcons Blog
February 22, 2017

Georgia Football: Todd Grantham on Brendan Langley, “… we can only play so many guys”

If you regularly follow Georgia message boards, or frequent the comment section of some of the more well-known Georgia Bulldog pages, you’ve likely read a few statements relating to why Georgia defensive back Brendan Langley hasn’t played much over the…Read more →
Via The Lady Sportswriter
November 27, 2013  |  Discuss

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