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DEANGELO TYSON RUMORS

Ravens select Georgia DT DeAngelo Tyson in draft

The Baltimore Ravens have selected Georgia defensive tackle DeAngelo Tyson the seventh round of the NFL draft. Tyson is a 6-foot-2, 315-pounder who can stop the run but is not yet an accomplished pass rusher. A starter in his last two seasons, Tyson had 16 tackles in a game against Georgia Tech in 2010. Tyson was taken with the 236th overall pick. He is the last of Baltimore&...
Via AP on Fox
April 28, 2012  |  Discuss

Remember, cut blocks are entirely legal.

Probably like many of you, I assumed when DeAngelo Tyson went down on the second play of the Tech game and the flag came out that he was the recipient of a chop block.  Turned out the replay showed that wasn’t the case; he just went down on his own favoring a leg.  I then assumed that he’d tweaked something before the game. Wrong, bacon breath.  Here’s what happened to Tyson...
Via Get The Picture
November 30, 2011  |  Discuss
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