PHILADELPHIA (AP) The Philadelphia Eagles added a third quarterback when they were awarded Stephen Morris off waivers from the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday. The Eagles traded quarterback Matt Barkley to the Arizona Cardinals on Friday and released Tim Tebow on Saturday. That left just two quarterbacks, starter Sam Bradford and veteran backup Mark Sanchez, on the roster. Morris...
Via Associated Press
September 06, 2015 | Discuss
The Miami Hurricanes are going into the 2014 season with a new face at the quarterback position. Former Hurricanes quarterback Stephen Morris has now graduated and now is with the Jacksonville Jaguars as an undrafted free agent and is competing just to make the roster at this point since the Jaguars have drafted quarterback Blake Bortles to be the future of the franchise. Morris...
The Jacksonville Jaguars continue to make moves to improve the franchise’s roster – both through the NFL Draft and free agency. The team has announced, according to Fox Sports, that 17 rookie free agents have been signed after Saturday evening to come and compete for a roster spot.By doing so, the team also was able to acquire a second rookie quarterback, possibly the one team...
The Jacksonville Jaguars announced Monday they have agreed to terms with 17 rookie free agents, including University of Miami quarterback Stephen Morris, and released Will Rackley, their starting left guard for most of the 2013 season. Morris went undrafted last week after the 6-foot-2, 218-pound Miami native spent four years with the Hurricanes, arting every game for them as a junior...
This may not be the BCS finale to the Cardinal football season we had hopes for at the beginning of the year, but Charlie & Co. will take the field in Orlando today with the opportunity to make history anyway as just the 2nd team in program history to notch a 12-win season. A win today would also make Charlie Strong the first coach in Louisville football history to win 3 bowl...
Stephen Morris will leave Miami ranking among its all-time passing leaders in completions, attempts and yards. He's also leaving with a degree, which makes him particularly proud. Best of all, he's leaving when he should. When the NCAA mess over the acts of a former booster struck Miami in 2011, it jeopardized Morris' future. Bowl bans were coming. Speculation was rampant that...
Via Associated Press
December 26, 2013 | Discuss
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