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Stanford safety Ed Reynolds declares for NFL Draft

According to David Lombardi of, Stanford Cardinal safety Ed Reynolds has decided to declare for the 2014 NFL Draft. This doesn’t come as a surprise to many people, as Reynolds is expected to have a chance to beat out other safeties across the country for a chance to be an early second-day draft pick. Reynolds finished with 82 tackles this past season at Stanford...
Via Sports-Glory
January 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Stanford loses Devon Cajuste and Jordan Williamson for Oregon State game

The Stanford Cardinal will try to stop red-hot Oregon State on Saturday night in Corvallis, but it will have to due it without wide receiver Devon Cajuste and kicker Jordan Williamson. Cajuste is the team’s second-leading receiver, and has been ruled out with a knee injury. Williamson missed last week’s game and will not return this week, according to an AP report: Coach David...
Via Sports Injury Alert
October 25, 2013  |  Discuss

Stanford receiver, kicker out vs. Oregon State

Stanford receiver Devon Cajuste and kicker Jordan Williamson will sit out the eighth-ranked Cardinal's game at Oregon State on Saturday night because of injuries. Coach David Shaw said after practice Thursday night that Cajuste is still recovering from a bruised right knee suffered in last weekend's win over UCLA. Williamson will miss his second straight game with a leg...
Via AP on Fox
October 24, 2013  |  Discuss

No. 8 Stanford getting relief ahead of key games

Stanford is getting some much-needed relief just when it needs it most. Coach David Shaw said Tuesday that wide receiver Devon Cajuste could practice later this week and play Saturday when the eighth-ranked Cardinal (6-1, 4-1 Pac-12) visit Oregon State (6-1, 4-0). He said an MRI exam on Cajuste's right knee showed no ligament damage. Cajuste caught seven passes for 109 yards...
Via AP on Fox
October 22, 2013  |  Discuss

Friday Fix: Glory of the Big Catch

Wide receiver Devon Cajuste emerged as an explosive Stanford threat for the first time last Saturday against San Jose State, while running back Tyler Gaffney did so for the second time. The Cardinal hopes to maintain contributions from both players heading into game two.
September 13, 2013  |  Discuss

Devon Cajuste catching on at WR for No. 5 Stanford

(Eds: Updates. Will stand. With AP Photos.) By ANTONIO GONZALEZ AP Sports Writer Devon Cajuste visited Stanford during a major recruiting weekend two days after David Shaw became the head coach in January 2011. The big receiver needed no sales pitch from Shaw - just the right answer to his question. ''Coach, you going to move me to tight end?'' Shaw recalls Cajuste...
Via AP on Fox
September 12, 2013  |  Discuss

Radio: Stanford WR Devon Cajuste

Stanford assistant coach Mike Sanford calls wide receiver Devon Cajuste a "match-up nightmare" on the outside because of his size-speed combination. The junior is one of the more intriguing Stanford offensive players heading into Saturday's spring game because of his versatility.
April 11, 2013  |  Discuss
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