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KURTIS DRUMMOND RUMORS

Kurtis Drummond: a Future Kansas City Chief?

In the past, the Kansas City Chiefs have had a horrible time drafting players. The last draft pick the Chiefs made that has actually been a great asset to the team is Eric Berry. Berry is a strong, physical safety with incredible ball skills and return capabilities. He’s a playmaker, and playmakers are a rarity in Kansas City. Last year, the Chiefs only had a few guys that I would...
Via Pro Football Spot
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Some guys the Eagles are talking with at the Senior Bowl practices…

Kurtis Drummond, safety, Michigan State… Bryan Bennett, QB, Southeastern Louisiana and formerly Oregon… Quinten Rollins, CB and former basketball standout for Miami (OHIO)… Brett Hundley, QB, UCLA… Jaquiski Tarrt, safety, Davidson… Erik Rowe, CB/S, Utah… Just a little visual teaser to kick things off this Thursday before the Senior Bowl— I’m following Tommy...
Via Eagles Eye
10 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: The Philadelphia Eagles need to give this Michigan State safety a look

Here’s a radical idea for you: reading a Philadelphia Eagles-themed article that doesn’t mention Marcus Mariota… My bad. Anyway, the Eagles are currently focused on the Senior Bowl and are looking hard at the next generation of defensive backs, per Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Enquirer: Repeat: #Eagles shopping for secondary help at Senior Bowl workouts. My look at some...
Via cover32 - Eagles
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Michigan State Football: Previewing Baylor’s offense

It is somewhat fitting that the Cotton Bowl will be the final game for Pat Narduzzi as the defensive coordinator at Michigan State. Narduzzi is the new head coach at Pitt but will finish the job he started at MSU by coaching the Spartan Dawgs one last time in the Cotton Bowl. The reason it is so fitting an end to Narduzzi’s tenure at Michigan State is because his final task as...
Via isportsweb.com
December 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Michigan State Football: Jack Allen named first team All-American, Kurtis Drummond to second team

Jack Allen became just the fourth center in Michigan State football history to earn All-American honors, while Kurtis Drummond was named to the second team by USA TODAY. The 6-foot-2-inch product of Hinsdale, Illinois, who is a biscuit shy of 300 pounds, led the Spartan offensive line with 16.5 dominators and his 75 knockdowns were good for second best. Allen also won Michigan State’s...
Via isportsweb.com
December 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Michigan State football: What Oregon game means for Spartans

You don’t have to beat the fact into the mind of Michigan State football coach Mark Dantonio that the game between his No. 7 Spartans and No. 3 Oregon Ducks this weekend is huge. He knows. “It’s an exciting week for us this week,” Dantonio said. “A lot of things that you are going to experience this week whether as a coach or as a player, these are things that you anticipate...
Via isportsweb.com
September 05, 2014  |  Discuss

WATCH: Jacksonville State Wide Receiver Lands on His Head After Getting Up Ended By Michigan State's Kurtis Drummond

Before Friday's season opener between the Michigan State and Jacksonville State the Gamecocks had to know they were going to be hurting a little more than usual on Saturday. Mismatches like this often mean the underdog is going to be feeling the pain (but grateful for the payday). Jacksonville State wide receiver Josh Barge is going to really be feeling the pain after landing on...
Via FatManWriting
August 30, 2014  |  Discuss

MSU Football: Kurtis Drummond highlights

Kurtis Drummond has been a starter at safety in the Spartan “No Fly Zone” for the past two seasons. To date, Kurtis has racked up 156 tackles and 8 interceptions. In 2013, the safety was a first team All-Big Ten selection as well as an All-American honorable mention. Drummond will be returning to the Spartans for his senior season in 2014.
Via isportsweb.com
February 07, 2014  |  Discuss

Video: Stanford FB Ryan Hewitt Destroyed MSU’s Kurtis Drummond With A Vicious Block

As soon as this season’s bowl schedule was released several weeks ago, we knew which game to circle on our calendars for hard hits — Michigan State-Stanford in the Rose Bowl. We haven’t been disappointed — the game has featured extremely physical plays and some bone-crushing tackles. There was also, a massive, massive block by Stanford fullback Ryan Hewitt. Late in the fourth...
Via College Spun
January 01, 2014  |  Discuss
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