The Colts’ shocked the football world on Sunday when they took the risk of signing the controversial wide receiver Nu’Keese Richardson. What might be more shocking is how quickly Richardson was released.
Richardson had strong potential early on in his college career, before he was arrested and later pleaded guilty to attempted robbery. This ended Richardson’s time with the...
ESPN’s Adam Caplan reports that the Colts have agreed to terms with former Eagles OLB Phillip Hunt on Tuesday.
Caplan adds that Hunt worked out for the team before the agreement was made.
Hunt, 28, is coming off of ACL surgery, but was expected to be work out for teams during training camp.
He originally signed with the Browns as an undrafted free agent out of Houston...
Giants co-owner John Mara told reporters on Monday that they are not actively looking for an offensive lineman who could replace retired G Chris Snee, per Connor Orr.
Mara mentioned that they were given enough time to prepare for Snee’s departure.
John Jerry and Brandon Mosley should compete for playing time at guard during training camp.
The Eagles have waived injured linebacker Phillip Hunt, trimming Philadelphia's roster to 75 players as the preseason finale nears. The move was announced ahead of the NFL's roster deadline Tuesday afternoon.
Hunt suffered an ACL tear during training camp at the team's headquarters. If he clears waivers on Wednesday, he will return to the Eagles and be placed on injured...
Philadelphia Eagles linebacker Phillip Hunt suffered a torn ACL in Friday's preseason opener against the New England Patriots. Hunt underwent a successful surgery on his ACL Thursday, according to Adam Caplan of Sirius XM Radio.
Hunt has become the fourth Eagle to suffer a torn ACL this summer. Fellow linebacker Jason Phillips, and wide receivers Jeremy Maclin and Arrelious...
The curse of Donovan McNabb? Andy Reid waistline? T.O.?
Has to be something.
#Eagles announce that a 4th player has tore his ACL this pre-season for them, LB/DE Phillip Hunt.
— Dov Kleiman (@NFL_RealUpdates) August 15, 2013
STUDS: Phillip Hunt/Brandon Graham/Vinny Curry/Darryl Tapp (DE)
Between the quartet of ends not named Jason Babin or Trent Cole, there were 3.5 sacks and a forced fumble (at the hands of Hunt). That’s not even counting the amount of times Ben Roethlisberger and Byron Leftwich were flushed out of the pocket with the onslaught coming.
Most impressive of the quartet was Hunt, whose...
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While a few backups on the Philadelphia Eagles’ roster could probably start for bad teams, there really is no accomplishment in that. The one player that could actually start for other good teams is defensive end Phillip Hunt.
You remember Phillip Hunt. He was the player the Eagles signed from the CFL prior to the 2011 season. His signing was generally...