Damiere Byrd was one of the more intriguing undrafted free agents signed by the Carolina Panthers after the 2015 NFL draft. After one weekend of action wearing the black and blue, he's already showing us why.According to Jeremy Igo of Carolina Huddle, Byrd may very well have been the MVP of rookie camp.Igo made an interesting statement about the strong showing from Byrd, comparing...
Damiere Byrd ran a blazing 4.28 40-yard dash at South Carolina's pro day … which was held on grass.
South Carolina wide receiver Damiere Byrd is not a name that a lot of folks that are not fans of the Gamecocks are going to know. In his four years with the team he caught just 68 balls for 1265 yards and 10 touchdowns. So it is not hard to see why he wasn't invited to the combine. After the day he had at South Carolina's Pro Day you kind of have to wonder why the Gamecocks didn...
South Carolina football has lost yet another star receiver to the NFL due to Bruce Ellington’s early departure from Columbia. What does the receiving corp look like without him? The Gamecocks have a very talented group of receivers that have a fair amount of experience, but it will be imperative for someone to replace Ellington as the clear leader of the group. Shaq Roland was...
No. 8 South Carolina will be without second-leading receiver Damiere Byrd for the Capital One Bowl after he injured his knee at practice this week. The school said Friday that Byrd would have arthroscopic surgery in a day or two. The Gamecocks (10-2) will face No. 19 Wisconsin (9-3) in Orlando, Fla., on New Year's Day. The 5-foot-9 Byrd is from Sicklerville, N.J. He had 33 catches...
Via Associated Press
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