CROCKETT GILLMORE RUMORS

Must-see video: Crockett Gillmore runs through three Raiders, into end zone

  Crockett Gillmore is a gargantuan. Despite only being in his second professional season, Gillmore continually proves he’s a legitimate NFL tight end. Not only that, he’s almost un-tackleable. Evidence in this video provided by the NFL on Sunday as Gillmore catches a pass from Baltimore Ravens starting quarterback Joe Flacco, rips through two tackles and runs over an Oakland...
Via BSN Denver
September 22, 2015  |  Discuss

VIDEO: Former CSU star Crockett Gillmore converts crucial 4th down for Ravens

  Next level Rams represented on Sunday. During the Denver Broncos 19-13 victory over the Baltimore Ravens, three former Colorado State Rams football players made an impact on the the game. Ty Sambrailo started at left tackle and played sound football all day long. While the Broncos offensive line gave up four sacks, none of them were due to Sambrailo missing a block or assignment...
Via BSN Denver
September 14, 2015  |  Discuss

Must-see video: Crockett Gillmore sensationally scores in NFL

Over the last two years, four Colorado State Rams have been drafted into the NFL. One of them might just blow up in Baltimore. Crockett Gillmore, a CSU tight end from 2010-13, is catching on quickly at the next level. On Saturday night, during the Baltimore Ravens – Washington Redskins preseason game, the second-year tight end made a highlight reel worthy catch, run and diving...
Via BSN Denver
August 30, 2015  |  Discuss

Will Crockett Gillmore start for Baltimore Ravens at tight end?

  Crockett Gillmore may only be in his second year, but he looks to be playing with the first-team when the Baltimore Ravens’ season kicks off this September. Gillmore, who played tight end for the Colorado State Rams from 2010-13, will be boosted into the starting lineup due to an injury to would-be starter Dennis Pitta. Pitta is “likely” to be placed on the Physically Unable...
Via BSN Denver
July 25, 2015  |  Discuss

Watch: Colorado State runs the Statue of Liberty, beats Washington State

Down 45-30 late in the fourth quarter of the Gildan New Mexico Bowl, Colorado State scored 18 points in the final 2:52 to secure a 48-45 win over Washington State. The Rams tied the game at 45 on this Statue of Liberty play as Donnell Alexander reached the pylon for the two-point conversion. The Cougars fumbled the ensuing kickoff and Rams kicker Jared Roberts made a 41-yard...
Via Sports-Glory
December 22, 2013  |  Discuss
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