The former John Ehret star recorded 12 tackles and a huge forced fumble in a 20-13 Tigers' victory
Via The Times Picayune - LSU
14 days ago
Going into the draft this year, the Broncos had only a few roster holes to fill. One of the biggest, was middle linebacker.Since John Elway took over as an executive and de facto General Manager, the Broncos have employed the likes of Joe Mays, Keith Brooking, Wesley Woodyard, and Paris Lenon to man the "Mike" position. Of that group, Brooking was the most effective, but he was too...
The Denver Broncos made their fifth-round selection on Saturday, taking Lamin Barrow out of Louisiana State. In the coming month, there will be plenty of coverage of the newest member of the Broncos. But in the meantime, here are five things to know about the linebacker. 1. Barrow led LSU with 91 tackles during the 2013 season. He was named Second Team All-SEC and totaled 195 tackles...
The Denver Broncos finally took an inside linebacker in the NFL Draft, waiting until the fifth round to select LSU’s Lamin Barrow. Some folks have him listed as an OLB, but there’s no doubt Denver envisions Barrow as a Mike. His highlight video will get you pumped to finally have a guy in the middle again who can be a playmaker for the Broncos. Welcome to the Mile High City...
LSU Linebacker Lamin Barrow We have watched for an number of years the Packer defense letting TE’s just do to much. To go with all the Safety talk or middle of the defense problems, inside linebacker has been sorry to say this, ******* about since Hawk was drafted. I am not Hawk hater and I think Jones having been banged up most of last season has sown doubt about him after being...
The Reeses Senior Bowl began today with the official weigh in and North and South team practices. It's always to time discover new players and cross check the players that have had been logged over the last few months. LSU LB - Lamin Barrow Scouting Notes: Barrow kid did a nice job, said Jacksonville Jaguars head coach Gus Bradley who leads the So...
Linebacker Lamin Barrow never doubted that the Tigers had the talent to bottle up two-time Heisman hopeful Johnny Manziel. The challenge was getting a unit full of first-year starters to develop the discipline and trust in one another required to execute the schemes drawn up by the man they call ''Chief,'' defensive coordinator John Chavis. ''Every week, Chief goes out and draws...
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