Reports: Former Florida DE Bryan Cox Jr. signing with Eagles as undrafted free agent

Bryan Cox Jr. dealt with several injuries during the 2016 season, which is likely a reason why the former Florida defensive end was passed over during the 2017 NFL Draft. But not long after the draft concluded, Cox made the next step in his football career, signing as an undrafted free agent with the Philadelphia Eagles, according to multiple reports. Cox suffered a broken hand —...
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NFL Combine 2017: Bryan Cox Jr. says his game resembles Tamba Hali

I remember the name Bryan Cox from the Bills-Dolphins rivalry back in the day. Cox has a son named after him, Bryan Cox Jr., who is headed to the NFL and he has a small Chiefs connection. Cox Jr., a Florida linebacker, was asked at the Combine who his game resembles and he said Terrell Suggs and Tamba Hali. Tamba is a great person to follow because he’s a technician with his hands...
Via Arrowhead Pride
March 05, 2017

East West Shrine Game Player Spotlight Day 2: Bryan Cox Jr. is covering all of the East West Shrine practices this week from St. Petersburg, and will daily provide a player spotlight article. On Monday we profile former Gators defensive lineman Bryan Cox Jr. Cox (6-3, 269) is the son of former NFL standout Bryan Cox Sr. who was a Bucs assistant under former coach Greg […] The post East West Shrine Game Player Spotlight...
Via Pewter Report
January 17, 2017

Gators DE Bryan Cox Jr. dismisses injury concerns, says he’s ready for full workload against Mizzou

GAINESVILLE, Fla. — As Florida coach Jim McElwain rarely provides specifics when it comes to player injuries, such matters are often left up to interpretation. And so as he talked last week about redshirt-senior Bryan Cox Jr.’s determination and his expectation that the defensive end would at least try to give it everything he had even if he couldn’t take on his usual share...
Via SEC Country
October 11, 2016

Florida's Bryan Cox Jr. out for bowl game after hip surgery

GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) -- Florida defensive end Bryan Cox Jr. will miss the Birmingham Bowl following hip surgery. Interim coach D.J. Durkin said Thursday that Cox's injury has been "deteriorating over time" and needed to be addressed. The third-year sophomore from Fort Lauderdale had surgery Monday. Cox, the son of former NFL standout Bryan Cox, ranks third on the team with four...
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December 18, 2014  |  Discuss

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