Found June 08, 2012 on thepigskinreport.com:
If it weren’t for YouTube, chances are average football fans would never had heard of Monmouth College QB Alex Tanney. On YouTube, Tanney produced a video, Trick Shot artist, which went viral. Rarely does a Division III player break into the NFL ranks, but Tanney is currently being looked at by the Kansas City Chiefs and is drawing some rave reviews. Tanney put up some astronomical numbers in Division III, passing for over 14,000 yards and 157 touchdowns while showcasing some insane skills on YouTube with what he can do with a football. Tanney posses prototypical size, coming in at 6′ 4″ 220 pounds and is working out with his second NFL team. Tanney was invited to the Buffalo Bills rookie camp last month and had drawn interest from the Pittsburgh Steelers as well. Chiefs quarterback coach Jim Zorn told reporters that he really like Tanney, stating that he is doing well in pressure, telling reporters, “He’s great.” Zorn said he had been on his radar but not because of his trick shot ...
THE BACKYARD
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
RELATED ARTICLES

Jamaal Charles, Tony Moeaki, and Eric Berry to be examined by Chiefs doctors June 18th

According to the Kansas City Star, the Chiefs’ medical staff will examine Jamaal Charles, Tony Moeaki, and Eric Berry on June 18th. That trio all tore their ACLs early last season and the Chiefs want to be cautious. Charles and Berry will probably be cleared fully for Training Camp on that date, though Moeaki is not so sure of a thing. He has a detailed injury history. Having that...

Five Backup Quarterbacks Who Could Start by Midseason

The backup quarterback is always the most popular guy in the locker room and in the eyes of the fan base when you have a losing team. Fair or not, when the going gets tough, the first guy thrown under the bus after the head coach is usually the starting quarterback. Here are five backups [...]

Todd Haley: “We need to get the pads on to make a full evaluation”

The offseason, the mini camps, it’s the time when Steeler fans cling to any tidbit of information they can get their hands on. The OTA’s give you just enough information to try and predict what may happen but things just don’t always work out how you think they will. You rehash the same news over and over, tweaking your analysis based on whatever updates you get as the days...

Kyle Orton’s chances of becoming a starter again

It wasn’t long ago that Kyle Orton had led the Kansas City Chiefs to a defeat of the then undefeated Green Bay Packers. The win, according to most sports fans, resulted in Romeo Crennel getting the job in Kansas City.   The win didn’t result in Kyle Orton getting his third chance to be a [...]

Haley: Steelers Learning Offense, Excited about Potential

On Wednesday Todd Haley spoke to the media for the first time since being hired by the Pittsburgh Steelers to be their new offensive coordinator. The Steelers 2012 offense will have new terminology for the first time since 2001 when Mike Mularkey took over the offense. Haley made light of the rumors Continue
NFL Forum Discussions
2014 Worst Offseason EVER
39 replies, 1 day ago
He is super producer?
1 replies, 9 days ago
DeSean meeting Coach Kelly
1 replies, 10 days ago
Hello Sanchez! Good bye DeSean!?
1 replies, 10 days ago
Minako Kotobuki Second Live Tour!!
3 replies, 10 days ago
DJ in DC
1 replies, 10 days ago
Allen stay Eagles
3 replies, 10 days ago
Today's Best Stuff
For Bloggers

Join the Yardbarker Network for more promotion, traffic, and money.

Company Info
Help
What is Yardbarker?

Yardbarker is the largest network of sports blogs and pro athlete blogs on the web. This site is the hub of the Yardbarker Network, where our editors and algorithms curate the best sports content from our network and beyond.