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MICHAEL OHER RUMORS & GOSSIP

Report: Panthers GM Dave Gettleman 'most pleased' with LT Michael Oher

General manager Dave Gettleman and the rest of the Carolina Panthers organization have plenty to be excited about heading into 2015, even after the tough loss of wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin. The Panthers are loaded with one of the stronger defenses on paper and still have a few very intriguing offensive weapons.Recently, Gettleman stopped to talk with reporters after practice,...
Via Fox Sports
20 hours ago  |  Discuss

Panthers OL coach John Matsko on Michael Oher: 'I love the guy'

While it hasn't been the easiest of runs in the NFL for Michael Oher, there are many things making him feel at home with the Carolina Panthers. He got off to a strong start in his first preseason game with the team, which may in part have to do with some familiar coaching on his new team.  As Max Henson of Panthers.com explains, Oher is back working with John Matsko, the offensive...
Via Fox Sports
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Carolina Panthers: Can Oher cut it?

26 days from now the Carolina Panthers will step onto the field at Wofford College for the first day of training camp. Located in Spartanburg, South Carolina, Wofford is where the Panthers have held training camp every year since their inaugural season in 1995. Offensive line coach John Matsko and Michael Oher during Oher’s rookie season in 2009 The school’s Richardson Athletic...
Via isportsweb.com
July 05, 2015  |  Discuss

Michael Oher blames “The Blindside” for derailing his NFL career

Carolina Panthers offensive tackle Michael Oher has been in the news this past week, claiming that the reason people criticize him was because of his role in the the book and eventual film, “The Blind Side.” “People look at me, and they take things away from me because of a movie,” Oher said to ESPN. “That’s why I get downgraded so much, because of something off the field...
Via cover32
June 23, 2015  |  Discuss

Michael Oher, Subject Of Blockbuster ‘The Blind Side,’ Hates The Movie

If you’ve ever wanted someone to make a movie about your life, think again. One star thinks it’s actually one of the worst things that has ever happened to him. Carolina Panthers offensive lineman Michael Oher, subject of 2009 Academy Award-winning movie “The Blind Side,” thinks the movie hurts the perception of his NFL career. “I’m not trying to prove anything,” Oher...
Via NESN.com
June 17, 2015  |  Discuss

Has ‘The Blind Side’ hurt Michael Oher’s career?

Michael Oher doesn’t subscribe to the notion that no publicity is bad publicity. Even though he was portrayed in a likable manner in “The Blind Side,” a 2009 movie about his life, the Carolina Panthers offensive tackle feels the attention he’s received as a result of that film has actually hurt his football career. “People look at me, and they take things away from me because...
Via This Given Sunday
June 17, 2015  |  Discuss

Michael Oher dislikes attention brought by 'The Blind Side'

Michael Oher’s life was documented in 2009 blockbuster film “The Blind Side,” which starred Oscar-winning actress Sandra Bullock. The movie detailed Oher’s high-school days, how he became involved with football and how he wound up at Ole Miss. The now-Carolina Panthers offensive lineman soon became a recognizable figure in the Baltimore Ravens’ trenches. However,...
Via Sportsnaut
June 17, 2015  |  Discuss

Carolina Panthers: Draft prospects by position – Offensive Tackle

The buzz and anticipation that surrounds draft day has been brewing for weeks. Probably the most thrilling aspect of the draft is its uncertainty, nothing is for sure. In the past we’ve seen teams take players far earlier than predicted, or select a player in a position that was seemingly fulfilled. For the Carolina Panthers however, this year one thing is for certain, they need...
Via isportsweb.com
April 25, 2015  |  Discuss

Titans Play It Safe Signing Michael Oher

Michael Oher is as widely known as any player in all of sports. His off the field narrative is considerably more cogent than his actual performance on the field. Since entering the league in 2009 Oher consistently ranks near the worst at his position and is the most frequently penalized player in the NFL, according to Andrew Powell-Morse http://www.bestticke.../nfl-penalties/‎...
Via Pro Football Spot
March 25, 2014  |  Discuss

His father's murder left Aaron Green's football career in doubt. NFL Draft prospect and UAB offensive lineman says, "Michael Oher," is his model

    Everyone has a story, heck it's what make the Olympics, so memorable is the athletes and the adversities they have overcome. Olympic athletes aren't the only ones who have faced things in life, yet have continued to work diligently on making their dreams a reality. My father was murdered my junior year (High School), said UAB offensive line Aaron Green. My grades fell extre...
Via College2Pro.com
March 06, 2014  |  Discuss
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