Kendrick Lewis

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Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 205
Born:
College: Mississippi
Birth Place: New Orleans, Louisiana
Draft: 2010 5th round (5th pick) by the
  • Report: Baltimore Ravens and Jeremy Zuttah are close to a deal
    Baltimore Beatdown

    Report: Baltimore Ravens and Jeremy Zuttah are close to a deal

    A few months ago, the Baltimore Ravens shipped center, Jeremy Zuttah, out of town in a trade with the San Francisco 49ers for a 2017 sixth-round draft pick. Zuttah spent three years, from 2014-2016 as the starting center for the Ravens, and was coming off two down years heading to the Bay Area. Baltimore, meanwhile, were ready to move on from Zuttah with the likes of Ryan Jensen and John Urschel to compete for the starting center spot. Even at guard, the team had starter Alex Lewis, and also rookie, Nico Siragusa, for depth. Things seemed okay until Urschel retired, along with season-ending injuries to Lewis and Siragusa. Furthermore, Zuttah didn't last that long as a 49er, as he was released

  • NFL player talks Trump, racism and Kaepernick
    CNN

    NFL player talks Trump, racism and Kaepernick

    There's some outrage over Kaepernick not getting signed by an NFL team. What are your thoughts? Watson: I wish the best for any player that desires to play in the league. Colin has proven to be a capable quarterback in the past, and he could definitely help an NFL franchise. This is why, with the context of last year, it is disturbing that he is not on a roster at this point of training camp. Do you think Kaepernick is being punished for his political views? Watson: His actions during the national anthem last year and the subsequent positive and negative reactions are an overwhelming part of the reason he has not been signed. There are a number of other factors that I am not privy to though,

  • Dolphins: Welcome to the Jay Cutler era
    Dolphins Wire

    Dolphins: Welcome to the Jay Cutler era

    The Jay Cutler era will officially begin for the Miami Dolphins on Thursday night. After being with the Dolphins organization for almost two weeks, Cutler is set to play in his first game with the team against the Baltimore Ravens. This will be the first time Cutler has played in any kind of game since November 20, when he was a member of the Chicago Bears. Not long after his last game in November, Cutler had season-ending shoulder surgery and missed the rest of the season. Chicago released Cutler in March after playing eight seasons with the team. Cutler was cleared by doctors in March, but he briefly retired to enter the Fox broadcasting booth before returning to football on August 6. Cutler