Originally written on isportsweb.com  |  Last updated 11/4/14

Heels in the Pro’s ~ Thursday, September 27, 2012

While it feels that just a short time ago we were all waiting for the National Football League to get ready, the reality is that today NFL begins its fourth week of the 2012 campaign. Besides being a game where we will have a former North Carolina football player in it, it’s also marks the first time this season that the league will have the regular referees back. As usual to gather my information I have used information used UNC Pro’s and ourlads web sites, along with some information I gathered as well. But now, with further interruptions, let’s get going with the sole game for Thursday, September 27, 2012…

M&T Bank Stadium ~ 8:20 p.m. EST ~ NFL Network

For the Cleveland Browns (0-3)…

WR Greg Little #15 (6’2″/220 lbs) ~ 23 Years old ~ 2 Years Exp
Roster Position: 1st on Depth Chart @ LWR

How will the wide out, who plays on one of only two teams in the NFL that are winless this season, react to the coaching staff’s threats of benching him if he keeps dropping passes?

[To listen to the game: Sirius XM Radio: 92 & 93 | Westwood One]

And there you have it, the only game for Thursday, September 23, 2012, with just one former North Carolina football player in it, but one that has been warned by his franchise, which will make the game that much more interesting. Of course for those that follow UNC football there is plenty going on this week, starting with Saturday’s game at Kenan which is Military Appreciation Day and then the former Heels that will play during the weekend. For more information about North Carolina football and/or basketball players, current or former, make sure to come back to isportsweb often! And for more information about the National Football League teams that isportsweb follows check out here.


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