Titans take former Eagles center Andy Gallik

After taking Oregon star quarterback Marcus Mariota with the No. 2 overall pick in the NFL draft, the Tennessee Titans picked a player that one day could be snapping to him when they selected former Boston College center Andy Gallik with their second sixth-round pick (208 overall). Many predicted that the 6-2, 306-pound Gallik would be the first Eagles player drafted, but fellow...
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May 04, 2015  |  Discuss

Titans conclude draft with OLB Deiontrez Mount, C Andy Gallik, WR Tre McBride

Oops, I thought I got up a post on these guys from my phone while hanging out in the media workroom. Apparently not. Well, this post is better than that would have been. The Tennessee Titans rounded out the 2015 NFL draft by selecting Louisville outside linebacker/defensive end Deiontrez Mount with their sixth-round pick, 177th overall. They used their second sixth-round pick, 208th...
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May 03, 2015  |  Discuss

Gallik, Mihalik taken in NFL Draft

Congratulations to the newest Eagles in the NFL. First the Tennessee Titan took Andy Gallik in the sixth round Saturday. One round later, the Philadelphia Eagles selected Brian Mihalik. Both were somewhat surprising.Most projections had Gallik going in the midrounds. Falling into the sixth means less upfront money -- and doesn't even assure a final roster spot -- but Gallik should...
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May 02, 2015  |  Discuss

Gleaning Draft stuff from

We know Andy Gallik performed well at the NFL Combine. We know the turnout was good for BC's Pro Day. But will any of it lead to a big group of BC draftees? One of the best ways to gauge what NFL Teams are thinking is through the NFL's own website. Every year prior to the Draft the NFL loads up profiles of potential draftees. This year three Eagles are already in the system: Andy...
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April 02, 2015  |  Discuss

Pro Day speaks to past recruiting and current development

24 NFL teams sent representatives to BC's annual Pro Day. Considering we lack any true first day draft picks, that sort of turnout is impressive. Of the potential draftees, Andy Gallik probably generated the most attention, but there weren't 24 teams there to see just him. This Pro Day was about the diamonds in the rough that helped lead the resurrection of BC football under Addazio...
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March 18, 2015  |  Discuss

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