CHARLES WALKER RUMORS

Eagles sign Oklahoma DT Charles Walker, report says | 5 things you need to know

If Walker winds up making the team, he would likely push both Elijah Qualls and Destiny Vaeao for snaps in Jim Schwartz's defensive line rotation. Watch video With rookie minicamp sent to begin Thursday evening at the NovaCare Complex, the Eagles continue to bolster the bottom of the roster by bringing in undrafted rookie free...
Via NJ.com
14 days ago

DT Charles Walker Explains Why He Left Oklahoma Mid-Season to Pursue His NFL Dream

It wasn't the way Charles Walker had dreamed of making headlines. Last November, Walker—a redshirt junior from the University of Oklahoma—gained widespread media attention when he announced his decision to depart from the Sooners football team and focus on training for the NFL. The 6-foot-4, 310-pound defensive lineman had recently suffered the third concussion of his collegiate...
Via Stack
March 29, 2017  |  Discuss

Oklahoma defensive lineman Charles Walker leaves program

NORMAN, Okla. (AP) Oklahoma defensive lineman Charles Walker has chosen to leave the program and enter the NFL draft. Defensive coordinator Mike Stoops made the announcement after Tuesday's practice. Walker, a second-team All-Big 12 pick by the coaches last season, missed the national semifinal last season against Clemson with a concussion. This season, Walker played in only...
Via Associated Press
November 16, 2016  |  Discuss

Oklahoma’s Mike Stoops blasts Charles Walker for quitting on teammates

Oklahoma Sooners defensive lineman Charles Walker quit the football team to turn his attention towards preparing for the 2017 NFL Draft. Walker is believed to be one of the top prospects at his position in this year’s class. After the news was confirmed, it became immediately clear that Walker’s decision did not sit well with one of his coaches. Oklahoma defensive coordinator...
Via Campus Sports Net
November 16, 2016

Mike Stoops calls out Charles Walker for ‘quitting on teammates’

It came as a bit of a shocker late on Tuesday when it was announced that Oklahoma defensive tackle Charles Walker would leave the team to prepare for the 2017 NFL Draft. Walker sent out this tweet hours before his decision, essentially implying that this is about his future and his family, rather than about quitting on his team or being selfish. Perhaps sign from Charles Walker...
Via Heartland College Sports
November 16, 2016

Oklahoma Sooners Football: Charles Walker Addresses Rumors

Some have speculated that Charles Walker’s playing days at OU are finished Oklahoma defensive lineman Charles Walker has addressed those who have speculated that has playing days at OU are finished. Walker sustained a concussion against TCU and has not made an appearance on the field since. Additionally, he was not listed in Oklahoma’s depth chart this week. Walker was also...
Via Crimson and Cream Machine
October 18, 2016

Oklahoma DT Charles Walker out for Orange Bowl

Oklahoma defensive tackle Charles Walker, a redshirt sophomore who posted 36 tackles and six sacks for the Sooners this season, will not play in the Orange Bowl today due to a concussion. Walker’s injury was reported on Twitter by Carey Murdock of WWLS as well as Walker himself on Instagram. Was holding until kickoff as source requested earlier this week but DT Charles Walker...
Via Campus Sports Net
December 31, 2015  |  Discuss

Oklahoma Defensive Tackle Charles Walker Announces That He’s Out For Clemson Game

Oklahoma will be without a key defensive lineman for today’s College Football Playoff semifinal against Clemson. Charles Walker, a redshirt sophomore who has recorded 36 total tackles and six sacks this year, made the announcement on Instagram that he cannot play in this afternoon’s pivotal game. According to WWLS reporter Carey Murdock, he is out with a concussion. Was holding...
Via College Spun
December 31, 2015  |  Discuss

Photos: Per Tradition, A Few Oklahoma Sooners Are Wearing The “Golden Hat” After Beating Texas

Despite a lackluster performance, especially on the offensive side of the ball, the Oklahoma Sooners prevailed in today’s Red River Rivalry game against Texas, 31-26. And to the victor goes the spoils – in this case, the “Golden Hat” trophy that is awarded on the field of play following the game. Per tradition, a number of Sooners – namely Zach Sanchez and Charles Walker...
Via College Spun
October 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Photo: Oklahoma DT Charles Walker Is Absolutely Jacked

It’s no secret that college football players often utilize the offseason to work on their strength and conditioning – some can come back as entirely new athletes. Oklahoma redshirt freshman Charles Walker, who many believe is going to be a huge factor on defense this year for the Sooners, looks like he has hit the weight room hard since January. Walker posted a photo of himself...
Via College Spun
August 03, 2014  |  Discuss
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