Mizzou Made wide receiver L’Damian Washington has kept himself plenty busy since graduation last year. Life in the NFL Washington recently signed a future/reserve contract with the Pittsburgh Steelers, ensuring he’ll enter next year’s training camp in black and gold. Practice squad members and free agents are eligible to sign futures contract once the regular season
“Energy is equal to desire and purpose.” –Sheryl Adams At first glance, relaxation and intensity seem to be two contradicting terms. It is rare to be in an atmosphere that is tense, yet relaxed, or to describe a conversation that is intense, but relaxing at the same time. However, the two concepts go hand in
defensive end Shane Ray announced January 7 that he will enter the 2015 NFL Draft and forgo his last season of eligibility at Mizzou. Ray, a Kansas City native, said his decision was a difficult one, but an opportunity he never would have had without his Mizzou family. “I had a lot of great experiences
“Quality is never an accident. It is always the result of intelligent action.” –John Ruskin Whether you’re sharpening an athletic skill or working toward a personal goal, nothing happens overnight. Improvement and working toward excellence requires paying attention to the quality of your work and making tangible steps in the right direction. When an athlete
Mizzou Made Carolina Panthers defensive end Kony Ealy earned the first playoff victory of his NFL career on Saturday, January 3. Ealy’s Panthers dominated the Arizona Cardinals 27-16 to advance to the NFC Divisional Round where they will face the Seattle Seahawks (home to Mizzou Made offensive lineman Justin Britt). Ealy recorded one tackle in the contest.
Behind a dominant rushing attack and a stout defensive effort, Mizzou Football defeated Minnesota 33-17 in the 2015 Buffalo Wild Wings Citrus Bowl to claim its third consecutive bowl victory and secure its second straight season with 11 or more wins. Marcus Murphy ran for 159 yards, Russell Hansbrough added 114 and a touchdown, and
Mizzou Made Carolina Panthers defensive end Kony Ealy will make his postseason debut at 3:25 p.m. Saturday on ESPN against the Arizona Cardinals. Ealy, a third-round selection by the Panthers in the 2014 NFL Draft, has racked up 12 tackles and a forced fumble in his rookie season. The Panthers earned a playoff berth after