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Indianapolis Colts sign safety Mike Adams

The Indianapolis Colts have had a hole at safety for quite some time now. It wasn’t so much that there was weak play as it was the fact that the talent at the position is an unknown. Delano Howell was slotted to start opposite LaRon Landry for most of the off-season. Now, the Colts have signed safety Mike Adams along with placing safety Corey Lynch on IR. Adams was a solid contributor...
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June 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Mike Adams; More Than Depth fo rColts Secondary

Mike Adams comes to Indianapolis in his eleventh NFL season, now playing with his fourth team. In 2004 Adams went undrafted out of The University of Delaware, and later signed with the San Francisco 49ers. Adams earned love from the fans and the respect from his teammates by fighting his way to a starting role in just his second season.After three seasons in San Francisco, Adams...
Via Pro Football Spot
June 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Adams: I’ll walk to N.J. hometown if Broncos win Super Bowl

Should the Broncos emerge victorious next Sunday, Mike Adams knows where he's going. And it's not Disney World. Or Omaha. The Broncos safety told the Denver Post that he will walk to his hometown of Paterson, N.J. if his team wins Super Bowl XLVIII. "If we win the Super Bowl, I'm going to keep my helmet and pads on and I'm walking home," Adams said. ...
Via Helmet2Helmet
January 26, 2014  |  1 Comment

Adams gives back to rough hometown

Mike Adams remembers feeling the pit in his stomach when, instead of going to the supermarket, his mom, his aunt and a few of his six siblings walked around the corner to the church to pick up Thanksgiving dinner. The volunteers put the cranberry sauce, the turkey, the mashed potatoes and the rest into a shopping cart and little Mike, not even 10 at the time, followed everyone back...
Via AP on Fox
November 21, 2012  |  Discuss

Broncos DB Mike Adams inherits more than Brian Dawkins’ jersey number

Denver Broncos safety Mike Adams, pictured here in 2011 as a member of the Cleveland Browns, will continue to wear #20 for the Broncos, last worn in Denver by Brian Dawkins. (Jim McIsaac/Getty Images) Brian Dawkins was only a member of the Denver Broncos for three seasons, but in that short time, he left a legacy. Dawkins, who announced his retirement last month, left a legacy of...
Via BroncoTalk
May 23, 2012  |  Discuss

DB Mike Adams signs with Denver- not offered a contract by Browns

The Denver Broncos have signed former Browns CB/S Mike Adams according to reports, and by Adams himself via his twitter account- “clev didnt offer a contract for me 2 stay, so now im a Bronco. I went hard every play 4 u clev! I will miss that locker room, and the fans!” Adams reportedly had other visits scheduled, but Denver couldn’t let the veteran leave without a deal....
Via Waiting For Next Year
March 15, 2012  |  Discuss

NFL Free Agency: Browns S / CB Mike Adams visiting Denver Broncos

Finally a source you can trust! Mike Adams reports on his own twitter account that he is headed to the airport to visit the Denver Broncos. As he says, “unfortunately” he obviously wants to be back in Cleveland. Adams just finished up a three-year $4.1 million deal with the Browns as he heads into his 30s. Mike Adams has proven to be a valuable asset because of his versatility...
Via Waiting For Next Year
March 14, 2012  |  Discuss

Browns eye offensive tackle Mike Adams

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- The first official affect the Browns Scouting Combine tidbit was dropped at about 1350 hours in Indiana on Thursday. Thats when Ohio State tackle Mike Adams said that the Cleveland Browns were one of two teams that had talked to him about playing right tackle in the pros, the other being the Washington Redskins. Of those two teams, only one has two first-round...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
February 23, 2012  |  Discuss

NFL Combine News: OT Mike Adams talked with Browns about move to RT

Former Ohio State Buckeye Mike Adams had his turn at the scale and in front of the mic in Indianapolis Thursday. Adams was measured at 6’7″ and weighed 323 pounds. According to Adams, he has been asked by a couple of teams about the possibility of switching to right tackle in the pros. Cleveland and Washington are two of those teams he mentioned. He said he was open to the move...
Via Waiting For Next Year
February 23, 2012  |  Discuss

NFL Draft Rumor: Browns Linked to Buckeye Mike Adams?

We all know that the Cleveland Browns need to figure out the right side of the offensive line as betting on Tony Pashos only paid off when compared to John St. Clair if at all.  Apparently the Browns could be placing a high priority on it as well in the draft according to WalterFootball. Word is that the Cleveland Browns have serious interest in Ohio State offensive tackle Mike...
Via Waiting For Next Year
January 25, 2012  |  Discuss
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