RICKY PROEHL RUMORS & GOSSIP

Where are they now? Playoff hero Ricky Proehl

Every once in a while this offseason, we’re going to examine where some old Rams are these days. Today, we’re going to look at what Ricky Proehl – he of the famous touchdown catch in the 1999 NFC Championship – is up to these days. And for that, I’ll direct you to cover32 Panthers, who wrote a great piece on what Proehl is up to these days in the North Carolina area (he...
Via cover32 - Rams
February 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Where Are They Now? Super Bowl Hero Ricky Proehl

Snapshots always accompany moments that we now regard as legend. During the 1999 NFC Championship Game, the imagery provides a perfect prelude for the events to come. Kurt Warner under center, viewers unable to peer inside his facemask as he barks out instructions to his offensive unit. The anonymous Rams fan with the blue helmet with yellow stripes on top; face covering her mouth...
Via cover32 - Panthers
February 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Panthers assistant receivers coach Taylor takes Stanford RBs job

Panthers assistant receivers coach Lance Taylor will be the next running backs coach at Stanford. Taylor was with the Panthers and receivers coach Ricky Proehl for one season before going to Stanford for his highest coaching position of his young career. Taylor was a graduate assistant at Alabama, his alma mater, from 2007-2008 and coached receivers at Appalachian State in 2009...
Via Pro Sports Daily
February 10, 2014  |  Discuss

Wake first to offer Proehl

Wake Forest was the first to offer Charlotte area product Austin Proehl of Providence Senior High School. The 5-foot-11, 170-pound wide receiver is the son of Demon Deacon and NFL great, Ricky Proehl. He said the connection to the program could be a big plus when it becomes decision time.
Via wakeforest.scout.com
March 07, 2013  |  Discuss

Shula promoted to Panthers OC

After 14 years Mike Shula is getting another chance to run an NFL offense. The Panthers named Shula as their new offensive coordinator Friday and promoted two other assistant coaches. Richard Rodgers was named Carolina's special teams coordinator after taking over that role on an interim basis last season and Ricky Proehl was promoted as the Panthers new wide receivers coach...
Via AP on Fox
January 18, 2013  |  Discuss

Panthers promote Shula to offensive coordinator

The Panthers have named quarterbacks coach Mike Shula as their new offensive coordinator and promoted two other assistant coaches. Carolina also announced Friday Richard Rodgers will become the special teams coordinator after taking over that role on an interim basis last season. Also, Ricky Proehl has been promoted as the team's new wide receivers coach after working as the...
Via AP on Fox
January 18, 2013  |  Discuss

D'Alessandro: New England Patriots don't sit well with Super Bowl veteran Ricky Proehl

'I can’t stand the Patriots,' Hillsborough native says. 'I’d be lying if I didn’t admit that I’m rooting for them to get crushed.'
Via Beat Writers Blog
February 05, 2012  |  Discuss
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