It was his first game in the NFL, and he was a good lineman in college and took over the right Guard Position for the Bucs on the very first play. He had rave reviews in his very first game as a Buc, starting at right guard. Im talking about current Bucs Radio Station WDAE 620 afternoon co host Ian Beckles, but you could have thought I meant Ali Marpet who also passed the eye test...
Kentucky Wildcats vs. Ohio Bobcats When: 3:30 p.m. Saturday September 6, 2014 Where: Commonwealth Stadium Television: ESPNU (Clay Matvick and Anthony Becht) Radio: WHAS 840 AM, Sirius/XM (Tom Leach, Jeff Piecoro and Dick Gabriel) Betting Line (via VegasInsider.com): UK -13 Weather (via Weather.com): The Kentucky Wildcats will look to equal their win total in both 2013 […]
Joe Caporoso discussed the NFL Draft with former New York Jets tight end Anthony Becht on the latest TOJ Podcast! Becht currently works as both a NFL and college football analyst. He provided an excellent breakdown of the top tight end prospects in the NFL Draft, Geno Smith and discussed his favorite memories from his playing days in New York. Give it a listen and make sure to...
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When the five-yard out route is your signature play, you’re Anthony Becht. Becht, the fourth first-round pick for the New York Jets in the 2000 NFL Draft, played 12 seasons for the Jets, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Arizona Cardinals, Kansas City Chiefs and St. Louis Rams. Becht, though, spent most of his career in New York, starting at tight end for Chad Pennington and Vinny Testaverde...
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