ZIGGY HOOD RUMORS & GOSSIP
The Blake Bortles era started on Sunday with a road game against the San Diego Chargers. Unfortunately for Bortles and the Jacksonville Jaguars, this game ended the same way every other game this season has ended. The Jaguars lost 33-14 to the Chargers and were outscored 16-0 in the 2nd half. Through three games the defense has looked horrible. They have looked lost in their...
Okay, it's not like the Steelers are being crippled by free agency losses or anything, but there are still now-former Steelers signing deals with new teams, and it's still fitting to remember those men who gave their blood, sweat, and tears to the Black and Gold.
Evander "Ziggy" Hood was the Steelers' first-round draft pick in 2009, 32nd overall after the victory...
The overhauling of what was one of the NFL's least imposing defensive lines last season continues.
The Jacksonville Jaguars have reached agreements with ends Chris Clemons, whom head coach Gus Bradley knows well from his years as defensive coordinator of the Seattle Seahawks, and Ziggy Hood, who played five seasons with the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Clemons, 32, was cut Wednesday by the...
The Pittsburgh Steelers have lost another one of their unrestricted free agents as John Oehser of jaguars.com is reporting Thursday morning that defensive end Ziggy Hood has reached an agreement with the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Hood, who is expected to sign his contract soon after making a visit Wednesday to Jacksonville, will more than likely be kicked inside and play a one-gap defensive...
BREAKING: #Jaguars agree to terms with former @steelers DT Ziggy Hood. pic.twitter.com/lcgeC2nqsA
— Jacksonville Jaguars (@jaguars) March 13, 2014
Ryan O’Halloran first reported that the Jacksonville Jaguars have agreed to terms with former Steelers DT Ziggy Hood.
Hood, 27, was taken in the first-round of the 2009 NFL Draft by the Steelers and spent the past five years...
In just a little bit more than a week, Pittsburgh Steelers defensive end Ziggy Hood will be an unrestricted free agent and the organization must decide whether or not to move on from their former first-round draft pick or try to re-sign him for a more few years.
Should the Steelers ultimately decide to let Hood leave, it would mark the first time the organization hasn't re-signed...
Today if the salary cap is in fact set at 132.3 million dollars it will help the Steelers, but it will not solve their cap issue. The team is an older team on defense and they are lacking playmakers on the offensive side of the ball. With the cap rising it could help them, but […]The post Steelers could be forced to move on without Ziggy Hood, Emmanuel Sanders and Jason Worlids...
By Matthew Marczi
Player: Ziggy Hood
Position: Defensive End
Experience: 5 Years
Free Agent Status: Unrestricted
2013 Salary Cap Hit: $2,990,860
2013 Season Breakdown: Defensive end Ziggy Hood began his fifth season starting for the Pittsburgh Steelers, but ended it as a backup. In fact, he ended his fifth game of the season as a backup.
That’s usually not good when you’re talking...
A rarely seen penalty nearly spoiled the Pittsburgh Steelers' 38-31 win Sunday over the Packers.
Defensive lineman Ziggy Hood was called for illegal batting in the third quarter when he poked the ball out of bounds after it had been loose following a blocked field goal.
Officials conferred a few minutes before calling the penalty and awarding the ball back to Green Bay, ruling...
Via AP on Fox
December 22, 2013
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Pittsburgh Steelers defensive end Ziggy Hood has limped off the field with an ankle injury of some sorts in the first quarter of the Sunday game against the Miami Dolphins. His return is questionable. The Steelers are already without defensive end Brett Keisel for this game as he is inactive with a foot injury. Nose […]
Steelers DE Ziggy Hood Leaves Dolphins Game With Injury is...