JARED ODRICK RUMORS & GOSSIP
It's good to see Tom Brady have to work for a win from time to time. The longtime New England quarterback was put to the test before breaking loose in the second half en route to a 27-17 win over the tough Miami Dolphins.
It's also good to see that young guys like Miami Dolphins defensive lineman Jared Odrick appreciates a classic like the Pee Herman Dance when he celebrates...
DAVIE, Fla. -- Miami Dolphins defensive tackle Jared Odrick apparently has a celebrity fan of his "Pee-wee Herman" sack dance -- Pee-wee Herman.
@peeweeherman sent a tweet @JaredOdrick98 on Tuesday.
@JaredOdrick98 I like your style, Odrick! Smooth moves! MNF NFL peewee sackdance Pee-wee Herman (@peeweeherman) October 1, 2013
Odrick retweeted the message from Herman ...
Miami Dolphins defensive end Jared Odrick did it again!
On Monday night against the Saints, Odrick once again did his now infamous Pee-Wee Herman sack dance after he took down Saints quarterback Drew Bress in the second quarter.
Odrick has done the dance multiple times throughout his career. No matter who he takes down, he never forgets his favorite “Tequila” dance.
Miami Dolphins lineman Jared Odrick sacked Drew Brees in the first quarter of Monday’s game against the Saints in New Orleans. To celebrate, he busted out the ol’ Pee Wee Herman dance.
Strangely enough, as @WorldOfIsaac pointed out, it’s not the first time Odrick has gone that route.
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After a successful 2012 season, Jared Odrick showed he was capable of being the first round draft choice that GM Jeff Ireland envisioned him to be. After posting a combined 11 sacks in consecutive season (six in 2011, five in 2012), Odrick showed that he can be a leader on this defense.
Last season Odrick played like a man possessed recording 5 sacks and...
You've heard the story before. Pro athlete with a lot of money puts his trust in someone that he really doesn't know but figures what's the worse that can happen. All of a sudden, the athlete gets taken for a lot of money before he catches on.
This story involving Miami Dolphins defensive end Jared Odrick is just a bit different than the rest. Odrick was ripped off...
Armando Salguero of The Miami Herald suggests that the Dolphins should consider placing DE Jared Odrick on the trading block this offseason.
Odrick, the team’s first-round pick in 2010, was drafted for the team’s previous 3-4 defense system, but since then they’ve changed to a 4-3 base defense. At 300 plus pounds, he’s hardly an ideal fit to 4-3 defensive end.
BUST A MOVE
One thing that I know about NFL players is that they love to celebrate their accomplishments and Miami Dolphins defensive end Jared Odrick pulled out a classic celebration.Odrick took down New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez earlier today and decided to bust out the classic dance performed by actor Paul Reubens.Better known as Pee Wee Herman:
The Dolphins will be using a 4-3 defense in 2012, rather than their old 3-4, under new Head Coach Joe Philbin. Jared Odrick was a 1st round pick in 2010, coming to the NFL as a defensive tackle from Penn State. In Miami’s 3-4, they played Odrick at defensive end, something college defensive tackles often do. Odrick was a prototypical fit for the position, the so called 5-technique...
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The Miami Dolphins haven’t had much to celebrate this season. At 2-7, the Dolphins celebrating has been kept to a minimum…although we’ve seen quite a bit over the last 2 weeks. The Dolphins players are excited to be winning games again….and why shouldn’t they? CBS cameras caught Cameron Wake, Karlos Dansby and Kevin Burnett doing [...]