Ed Dickson

Height: 6' 4"
Weight: 255
College: Oregon
Birth Place: Inglewood, California
Draft: 2010 3rd round (6th pick) by the
  • Did Panthers make right move with GM shuffle?
    The Draft Wire

    Did Panthers make right move with GM shuffle?

    The Carolina Panthers made waves a week ago with the surprising firing of general manager Dave Gettleman, ending a four-year stint with high peaks and deep valleys. Just a year removed from a 15-1 season, and a Super Bowl appearance, the Panthers fell flat in 2016, going just 6-10 and plummeting to the basement of the NFC South. Still, the team had won three straight division titles under Gettleman’s watch, with an overall record of 40-23-1 over his four years in charge of personnel. Replacing Gettleman in the meantime is Marty Hurney, who served as the team’s general manager for 10 years. Now, the same switch is happening in the opposite direction. Did the Panthers make the right call?

  • Eight NFL veterans on roster bubble heading into camp

    Eight NFL veterans on roster bubble heading into camp

    NaVorro Bowman could be on the roster bubble in San Francisco. Stan Szeto-USA TODAY Sports NFL training camps have officially kicked off. This makes the next several weeks very critical ones for certain players trying to avoid the dreaded roster cut down. By the close of the preseason, all teams will whittle down their rosters to a final 53 men. Older players competing against fresher legs will have to find ways to stand out and prove themselves capable of keeping a final roster spot. This will be the case for a new Denver running back trying to sustain his NFL career. In other cases, off-field issues and suspensions will be considered when deciding the fates of several players. It is an exciting

  • 90 Players in 90 Days: LB Ramon Humber
    Buffalo Rumblings

    90 Players in 90 Days: LB Ramon Humber

    While the Buffalo Bills are missing the surefire All Pro linebacker that Sean McDermott had with the Carolina Panthers in Luke Kuechly, there is some talent in the group he has to work with now. One of those guys has spent some time bouncing around the league for a few years before finding himself with the Bills last year as a special teamer. Could he be in for a bigger role this year? Name: Ramon Humber # 50 Position: LB Height/Weight: 5’11”, 232 lbs Experience: 9 College: North Dakota State Draft: UDFA (2009) Financial Situation (per Spotrac): Humber signed a one-year deal with the Bills this offseason that will pay him $900,000, of which $80,000 is guaranteed. 2016 Recap: Humber was signed