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NATE BOYER RUMORS & GOSSIP

Former Green Beret goes through 1st NFL practice in Seattle

RENTON, Wash. (AP) Nate Boyer received the type of reception normally reserved for star quarterbacks and shutdown cornerbacks after finishing his first practice with the Seattle Seahawks. Not bad for an undrafted free agent long snapper. But no long snapper has a story like Boyer's. ''It's hard to grasp for us to understand what he's gone through and what he's endured and the mentality...
Via AP on Fox
May 08, 2015  |  Discuss

Green Beret Nate Boyer scores contract with Seahawks

A decorated 34-year-old military veteran is about to begin an NFL career. Long snapper Nate Boyer -- a Bronze Star recipient who played at the University of Texas following his service as a Green Beret -- is signing with Seattle as a college free agent. During multiple tours of duty in Afghanistan and Iraq, Boyer taught himself how to long snap. He transferred those skills to the...
Via Fox Sports
May 02, 2015  |  Discuss

Seattle signs Army vet Nate Boyer as undrafted free agent

RENTON, Wash. (AP) U.S. Army veteran and former Texas long snapper Nate Boyer says he has agreed to sign with the Seattle Seahawks as an undrafted free agent. In an interview on NFL Network on Saturday, Boyer said he was called by Seattle coach Pete Carroll after the draft concluded. Boyer, 34, was part of the U.S. Army Special Forces in Afghanistan and earned a Bronze Star. Boyer...
Via AP on Fox
May 02, 2015  |  Discuss

Former Texas Longhorns Long Snapper Nate Boyer Signed By Seattle Seahawks After Draft Concludes

One of the best stories of the 2015 NFL Draft ended up having a happy ending after all. Texas Longhorns long snapper Nate Boyer was hoping to have a shot at playing in the NFL. While it is not common for long snappers to get drafted it does happen. What is not common though is for a 34-year old rookie to be drafted.Boyer had served his country as a Green Beret for a number of years...
Via FatManWriting
May 02, 2015  |  Discuss

Texas Tech coach Kliff Kingsbury thanks UT player for military service

Texas and Texas Tech squared off in Lubbock on Saturday, and the Longhorns crushed the Red Raiders, 34-13. After a big loss against a rival, it would be understandable if Red Raiders coach Kliff Kingsbury was in a sour mood. However, according to Texas long snapper Nate Boyer, Kingsbury did something incredibly classy once the game ended. Boyer was a member of the Green Berets Special...
Via College Spun
November 04, 2014  |  Discuss
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