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TONY JEFFERSON RUMORS

Arizona DB doesn’t remember game after concussion

Sometimes the side effects of playing the physically violent game of football at the highest level can be sobering to players around the NFL. This appears to be the case with Arizona Cardinals safety Tony Jefferson, who suffered a concussion against the Philadelphia Eagles last weekend. The following report comes from ESPN.  While driving after Sunday’s game, Arizona Cardinals...
Via Sportsnaut
26 days ago  |  Discuss

Now Here’s A Solid Football-Related Costume

You get it? @SportsCast_THN best costume ever. #ButtFumble pic.twitter.com/Qjrhetuzbk — Proto (@ProtoM4n) October 31, 2014   Happy Halloween everyone! You may also be interested in:Now Here’s A Solid Football-Related CostumeArizona Cardinals season could be affected if these Week 9 bold predictions come trueTony Jefferson Doesn’t Remember Arizona’s Win Over Philly
Via cover32 - Cardinals
27 days ago  |  Discuss

Tony Jefferson Doesn’t Remember Arizona’s Win Over Philly

There are going to be people who forget details on things as days go by. For example, you might remember what you had for dinner last night but what did you have on Tuesday? It’s minor by comparison to what happened to Arizona Cardinals safety Tony Jefferson. According to Josh Weinfuss of ESPN, Jefferson suffered a concussion and had little memory of the game. “I don’t really...
Via cover32 - Cardinals
27 days ago  |  Discuss

Cards’ Tony Jefferson Forgot He Played Sunday After Suffering Concussion

Arizona Cardinals safety Tony Jefferson must have really taken a hard blow, because he aid he doesn’t remember playing against the Eagles after he suffered a concussion during the game, Josh Weinfuss of ESPN reports. Jefferson, who said he thinks the concussion happened during a kickoff, was diagnosed on Monday. The problem started on his drive home when he had to pull over. “I...
Via BlackSportsOnline
27 days ago  |  Discuss

Jefferson has distanced himself from draft-day snub

GLENDALE, Ariz. -- Tony Jefferson remembers 2013 NFL Draft day like it was yesterday "Good thing I didn't have a draft party," he quipped. "Terrible day." When Jefferson elected to leave Oklahoma after his junior season and 34 career starts, he did so because his evaluation came back suggesting he would be a second-round pick. "The first day, first round...
Via Fox Sports Arizona
August 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Tony Jefferson adjusting to role as starter

(Photo courtesy of azcardinals.com) Tony Jefferson played college football at the University of Oklahoma and declared for the NFL Draft following his junior year. He certainly expected to be selected in the draft but was surprised when his name went unannounced. After going undrafted he was admittedly bitter and developed a major chip on his shoulder as he signed with the Arizona...
Via Phoenix Sports-Kings
August 07, 2014  |  Discuss

Weekly Rewind: Next in the ring, Jeffersonian diplomacy, Rookie symposium impact and more

The good news is we’re more than halfway to Christmas. The better news is we hit the middle of summer with the Fourth of July on Friday. The best news is that we’ve recapped the entire week that was on our site right here! Meet the top five players who should be next to join the Ring of Honor. (READ) Tony Jefferson has a request for North Korea. (READ) Rookies learn tough lessons...
Via cover32 - Cardinals
June 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Tony Jefferson has a request for North Korea

Arizona defensive back Tony Jefferson is quite the colorful character on Twitter. News came out recently that the nation of North Korea is apparently upset at an upcoming Seth Rogen movie that talked about killing Kim Jong Un, their leader. Here’s how Jefferson responded on Twitter.   Bra if we have a nuclear war over a movie ima be mad af lol that’s just awful — Tony Jefferson...
Via cover32 - Cardinals
June 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Arizona Cardinals Top Five Breakouts Of 2014

The Arizona Cardinals have tons of youthful talent on their roster. Yet, after a relatively heartbreaking 2013 season in which the Cardinals finished at (10-6) and did not make the playoffs. Some of the young talent have either been bitten by the injury bug, or just simply did not have as good a season as they expected.  This next season the Cardinals will need these players to...
Via Phoenix Sports-Kings
April 14, 2014  |  Discuss
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