NewsTags: Leonard WeaverPhiladelphia EaglesFormer Pro-Bowl fullback Leonard Weaver will sign a one-day contract and retire as a member of the Philadelphia Eagles.
In 2009, Weaver brought a different dimension to the Eagles offense, serving as power-running and receiving threat from the fullback position. He had 85 total touches that season and...
Leonard Weaver’s injury could be more damaging we had earlier anticipated. It was actually a career-threatening.
The Eagles fullback suffered a severe injury in 2010 during a match against the Green Bay Packers and since that time he has not been engaged in any form of serious training.
Sadly, he told the Philadelphia Daily News that his injury could be the end of his young NFL...
As the football world prepares to turn its attention to the NFL Scouting Combine, a piece appearing in Philadelphia Sports Week about former Eagles fullback Leonard Weaver provides a study in contrasts.
Hundreds of young men gather in Indianapolis with stars in their eyes, their football playing futures gleaming bright ahead of them.
And then, a young man who experienced glory in...
Fullback Leonard Weaver, who hasn't played since injuring his left leg early in the 2010 season, told the Philadelphia Daily News this week that he might never return to the NFL.
Leonard Weaver was a Pro Bowl fullback in 2009 with the Eagles, but in the first game of 2010 he suffered a gruesome knee injury that appears to have ended his career. Weaver is still working toward recovering from that injury, but as he told Les Bowen of the Philadelphia Daily News, he isn’t even…
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Everyone remembers Leonard Weaver right? He was the fullback the Eagles signed from the Seahawks, he was a leader and a playmaker in 2009. He was a first-team All-Pro.
Of course you remember. Leonard Weaver was a unique player, and was a great fit for the offense. He was injured on his first play in 2010. It ended his career. Shortly after, a little thing...
NWSB insider Brandon Choate brings us some Seattle Seahawks nostalgia in this weeks Moments In Time. In 2007, the Seahawks and Redskins faced off the Wild Card round of the playoffs. The Seahawks emerged victorious after a furious Redskins rally. Leonard Weaver rumbled in for a score and DJ Hackett beat the Redskins secondary to score one of his own.