Levi Horn

#78T,
Height: 6' 7"
Weight: 333
Born:
College: Montana
Birth Place: Spokane, Washington
Draft: Undrafted
  • Cris Carter defends OBJ, says WR had 'anxiety' in playoffs
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    Cris Carter defends OBJ, says WR had 'anxiety' in playoffs

    Odell Beckham Jr. is being mentored by Cris Carter. Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports Odell Beckham Jr has been skipping OTAs with the New York Giants to work with his own personal trainer, Hall of Fame wide receiver Cris Carter. And while Carter is trying to practice tough love with his 24-year-old understudy, he also thinks Beckham has been unfairly criticized early in his career. In an interview with Gary Meyers of the New York Daily News, Carter said some of the game’s best players have skipped voluntary workouts. “With Odell, they go to extremes because it is him,” Carter explained. “In 108 days, he will be ready to play against the Dallas Cowboys. Is he with the Giants at OTAs? I don’t care.

  • Non-Football: Hafþór Björnsson Finishes Second In World’s Strongest Man Competition
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    Non-Football: Hafþór Björnsson Finishes Second In World’s Strongest Man Competition

    The last time fans of the Minnesota Vikings probably saw Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson, he was setting up the 2017 NFL Draft selection of linebacker Ben Gedeon from his native Iceland. (Just to clarify, Björnsson is from Iceland, not Gedeon.) Björnsson, who is more well-known as “The Mountain” from the hit HBO series Game of Thrones, is not just a world-famous actor, but he’s also one of the strongest men in the world. Seriously, he just competed in the annual World’s Strongest Man competition in Botswana. The competition ended on Sunday, and Björnsson did a pretty solid impression of the Minnesota Vikings in his own right. . .meaning he came very, very close to winning, but he didn’t quite get there.

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    Detroit Lions add another running back with Asiata signing

    To say the Detroit Lions have struggled with the running back position in the last 20 years would be an understatement. With that said, the Lions made a surprising move this past Friday by reportedly signing free agent running back Matt Asiata. Asiata has played for five years with the Minnesota Vikings, backing up the great Adrian Peterson for most of his career. The details of his contract have yet to be released. He recorded 361 carries for 1259 yards, 18 rushing touchdowns, and only one fumble in Minnesota. The 29-year-old started just one game in first two seasons and took over the starting duties for nine games in 2014 when Adrian Peterson was suspended. Asiata amassed 570 yards and nine