Kyle Turley’s career in New Orleans is perhaps most well known for this incident towards the end of a game against the Jets in 2001:
Turley ripped off the helmet of Jets’ defender Damien Robinson and proceeded to toss it across the field (earning a tossing of his own via the referees).
When actually participating in football-related activities Turley played both guard and tackle...
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Nope. Not this time. We didn’t spiral into getting “Kyle Turley throw a Jet helmet across the room” angry or upset. Honestly. Now we do drink Green and White colored Kool Aid...
Kyle Turley was once a stud lineman at San Diego State University. Turley was a consensus All American in 1997 and the #7 pick of the 1998 draft by the New Orleans Saints.
Turley had some good NFL years and definitely will be remembered for throwing a Jets players helmet almost 30 yards during a 2001 game, after watching Saints quarterback Aaron Brooks take a dirty hit.
ROAD TO RECOVERY
10 seasons as an NFL lineman took its toll on Kyle Turley, so much so that the he says he's considered taking his own life.
Affect the head.
Of all the sadistic instruction defensive coordinator Gregg Williams gave his unit before the New Orleans Saints' playoff game against San Francisco last season, the above statement targeting members of the 49ers offense resonates with Kyle Turley the most.
That's because Turley and some of those close to him are affected by cerebral trauma suffered on...
Former Saints first team All-Pro offensive lineman Kyle Turley introduced a new perspective to the analysis of the Saints bounty program. During a radio interview Monday, Turley charged the players union with the responsibility of investigating and stopping the bounty programs that provides financial incentives for players to injure other players. He specifically targeted Drew Brees...
Twenty-one former players, including cornerback Patrick Surtain and offensive tackle Kyle Turley, have filed a lawsuit against the NFL concerning the longterm effects and neurological risks associated with concussions.
Former NFL pro bowler and current touring musician Kyle Turley came on The Sporting Rave Podcast to talk football and music. He gives his take on Ndamukong Suh and why the guys in the trenches are part of a fight on every play, and how the NFL is getting way too strict with penalties. We [...]
Kyle Turley is coming to town, and he’s not Santa Claus — unless Santa has gone emotional and outraged.
By Jim Weber
Jim Weber runs Lost Lettermen, a college football and men's basketball website. This week, he caught up with former NFL offensive lineman Kyle Turley.
If you had to guess which former NFL offensive lineman is now trying to become a rock star, Kyle Turley would probably be near the top of your list.
He's the free-spirited, heavily-tattooed, tell-it-like-it-is...