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  1. BostonBengal

    BostonBengal Founding Member

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    Not sure if anyone else noticed this...

    http://www.patriots.com/news/index.cfm?ac=latestnewsdetail&pid=16035&pcid=47
     
  2. BostonBengal

    BostonBengal Founding Member

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    As a matter of fact, I have! :thumb: In person!
     
  3. scrappy

    scrappy Founding Member

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    Im happy for him. He's a super guy. He does a lot to help out Brusly High school and is one of this little towns favorite sons. Plus, he has a million dollar smile. You can't help but like the guy.
     
  4. locoguano

    locoguano Founding Member

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    so what is corey webster up to these days?
     
  5. HatcherTiger

    HatcherTiger Freedom Isn't Free

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  6. youcandoit1687

    youcandoit1687 Founding Member

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    how many tigers do we have with the patriots & dolphins. ive lost track but at one point i know we had jarvis green, marquise hill, and rohan davey along with kev faulk. the dolphins are adding them up too...peterman,travis daniels, jack hunt but i think hunt went to nfl europe. any others?
     
  7. StaceyO

    StaceyO Football Turns Me On

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    I thought Peterman was with the Cowboys. Has that changed?
     
  8. HatcherTiger

    HatcherTiger Freedom Isn't Free

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    No, "Big Daddy" is still with the Cowboys:

    PRO: Stephen Peterman was the anchor of an LSU offensive line that paved the way for the Tigers run to the Sugar Bowl game and a victory over Oklahoma to capture the national championship in 2003. He came to Dallas as the Cowboys third round pick (83rd overall) in the 2004 NFL Draft with high expectations but suffered torn knee ligaments in the club's final preseason game, sidelining him for his entire rookie season. After a year of intense rehabilitation and time studying in the classroom, Peterman will bring his love of the game and his intensity in the trenches back onto the field in 2005.

    2004: Peterman tore the ACL and MCL in his right knee in the final preseason game against Kansas City (9/2) and was placed on injured reserve the next day. He underwent surgery on Sept. 7 to repair the injury and spent the entire season rehabilitating the knee.

    COLLEGE: An All-America and All-Southeastern Conference first-team selection as a senior, Peterman was a team leader and anchor of an offensive line that helped lead the LSU Tigers to the SEC title and a win over Oklahoma in the Sugar Bowl to capture the 2003 national title. For his career, he appeared in 48 games at LSU, starting 35. He moved to right guard in his senior season, after starting 25 games over the previous two years at left guard, and allowed just one sack while playing a major role in leading an offense that averaged 418.4 yards-per-game. A first-team All-Southeastern Conference pick as a junior, Peterman started the entire season at left guard and allowed only one sack. The Tigers finished 8-5 overall, tying Arkansas for the SEC West Division title. Peterman started his collegiate career as a tight end and spent his freshman season at defensive end. He made the switch to offense as a sophomore and started all but one game at left guard during a very successful second season, allowing only one quarterback sack. He played a key role in the Tigers 10-3 season that featured a win over second ranked Tennessee in the SEC Championship Game and a 47-34 win over No. 7 Illinois in the Sugar Bowl.

    PERSONAL: Peterman attended St. Stanislaus High School in Bay St. Louis, Miss. He was rated the 18th best player in Mississippi by SuperPrep Magazine and was a first-team all-state selection and a two-time all-district choice. As a senior, Peterman caught 14 passes for 150 yards and one touchdown and was rated the best tight end in the state. He was selected for the Mississippi All-Star Game. He also played basketball in high school. Peterman majored in general studies at LSU. Despite an intense rehabilitation schedule for his knee, Peterman got involved in the Dallas-Ft. Worth community. He attended a local Arlington high school football game to present the Bank of America/Dallas Cowboys Coach of the Week award and $2000 grant. He also set-up the Stephen Peterman Foundation to provide aid to disadvantaged children and to enhance the lives of terminally ill children in Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas. In the spring of 2005, Peterman joined forces with fellow Louisiana State alumnus and PGA Pro David Toms to host the Stephen Peterman Foundation and David Toms Foundation Fort Worth Dinner in Fort Worth, Texas. Proceeds from the fundraising dinner benefited Happy Hill Farm Academy/Home - a residential school/farm where socially and academically disadvantaged youth are given a second chance to prepare for a productive future - and the David Toms Foundation. He is married to the former Colleen Scheyd, and the couple has a son, Stephen Frederick Jr. (8/26/03).



    http://www.dallascowboys.com/team_roster.cfm
     
  9. youcandoit1687

    youcandoit1687 Founding Member

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    sorry...maybe rod reed? lol why do most of our olinmen look the same with the big white, nearly shaved head look. too confusing
    ps thanks for the update on peterman
     

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