David Rolf

#88TE,
Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 257
Born:
College: Utah
Birth Place: Piqua, Ohio
  • CBS Sports46 minutes ago

    Patriots president: There 'wasn't one person who said' to hire Bill Belichick in 2000

    The hiring of Bill Belichick seems pretty obvious in hindsight. He’s won so many Super Bowl rings he has to rename his boat every other year . But in 2000 it wasn’t entirely obvious to many people. Patriots president Jonathan Kraft recalled on Tuesday night’s “Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel” (will air at 10 p.m. ET on HBO) that there “wasn’t one person” who thought the Pats should hire Belichick. But his dad, Robert Kraft, who also took aim at critics during the segment , was dead set on doing it.  “There wasn’t one person who said to do it. I learned a long, long, long time ago, when my dad says his gut says something is the right decision -- he’s always right,” Jonathan Kraft said. “He’s never

  • How Victor Cruz spends his money
    CNN Money

    How Victor Cruz spends his money

    Victor Cruz doesn't want to end up being a statistic. Cruz was released by the New York Giants on Monday. The good news is that he's been careful about his money since the start of his career. He may not be heading into retirement any time soon, but the wide receiver has been planning for it so that he won't end up broke, the way other players do. It all started with his first NFL paycheck in 2010. "Oh man. I remember holding it up into the light and making sure it was real. Kind of hiding it like is everybody else seeing this?" Cruz said. "It was definitely a moment where I knew things were different and where I had to take care of this and make sure I make this forever and ever and ever and

  • John Lynch: 49ers will be up-front with Kaepernick
    CSN Bay Area

    John Lynch: 49ers will be up-front with Kaepernick

    Trent Baalke’s final two seasons as 49ers general manager brought defensive linemen to the organization with the club’s top draft picks. And, for that, new 49ers general manager John Lynch said he is grateful. Arik Armstead and DeForest Buckner may have been chosen when the 49ers’ base defensive alignment was a 3-4, but Lynch said the two Oregon products are versatile enough to thrive in the new system defensive coordinator Robert Saleh will install. “I think they fit very well,” Lynch said Tuesday on 95.7 The Game. “And that’s one thing I think I want to make sure (to say) because I really believe it, I think Trent Baalke did a great job of getting guys that, yes, they were picked for one system,