Former first-round NFL Draft pick Aaron Curry has been a bust and he admitted that the money he made changed him as a person.
New York Giants linebacker Aaron Curry believes he can be the impact player the Giants need at linebacker.
“I’m very optimistic about the future,” Curry said, via the New York Daily News.“I really believe I have the ability to be an impact linebacker on this defense. I feel like I can affect each play that I’m in the game.”
Currry explained why he’s had a hard time...
The New York Giants are giving linebacker Aaron Curry a second chance at making it in the NFL.
The Giants on Friday signed Curry, hoping the fourth overall pick in the 2009 draft can reinvent himself after showing little while playing with Seattle and Oakland in what has been a disappointing career.
Curry, signed to a six-year, $60 million contract with the Seahawks, lasted little...
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May 10, 2013
Alameda, CA- Like many things that have to do with the Oakland Raiders, the tenure of linebacker Aaron Curry did not work out as expected.
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Per a tweet from Aaron Curry’s Twitter feed, he has announced he has been released by the Oakland Raiders:
Curry, drafted 4th overall in the 2009 NFL draft by the Seattle Seahawks, was widely considered to be the best linebacker in his draft, and there was even speculation he could go as high as #1 overall. He signed a 6-year, $60 million contract, with $34 million guaranteed...
The Oakland Raiders have activated linebacker Aaron Curry to the 53-man roster this Tuesday, as announced by the team’s official twitter account. Curry was placed on the Physically-Unable-to-Perform list before the start of the season with injuries on his knees. To make room for the former 4th overall pick in the 2009 Draft, the Raiders have waived also linebacker Vic So’oto, [...]
Even though it’s very likely that Oakland Raiders linebacker Aaron Curry will be activated from the PUP list next week, the Raiders aren’t sure what kind of impact he’ll make on defense.The Raiders certainly could use help on defense. We hear they just do not know if LB Aaron Curry, who is eligible to return to practice next week, will provide it, though. Curry has been on...
The Raiders have posted their first official depth chart for the 2012 season. Looking through the list, you don’t really see any surprises. One thing you may notice is that neither Aaron Curry nor Shane Lechler are listed on the chart. This is because Curry is on the PUP (physically unable to perform) list, and [...]
Seems only fitting that the Seahawks logo remained intact.
LB Aaron Curry, drafted 4th overall by the Seahawks in 2009, has turned out to be a monumental bust, to the point that Seattle shipped his underproductive body to the Raiders in October of 2011 for a late round pick in 2012, and a conditional pick in 2013. Apparently the Wake Forest product had some not-so-nice things...
Aaron Curry #51
College: Wake Forest
Weight: 254 lbs
Arm Length: N/A”
Hand Size: N/A”
40 Yard Dash: 4.56
3 Cone Drill: 7.15
20 Yard Shuttle: 4.51
Bench Press: 25 reps
Vertical Jump: 37″
Broad Jump: 124″
Curry was a very highly touted linebacker coming out of Wake Forest who seemed to be the total package. After being selected fourth overall in 2009...