Bryan Walters

#81WR,
Yds
231
Y/G
23.1
TD
2
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 195
Born:
College: Cornell
Birth Place: Bothell, Washington
Draft: Undrafted
  • USA Today

    Jaguars sign cornerbacks Dixon, Patmon, place Walters on IR

    JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) — The Jacksonville Jaguars have signed cornerbacks Brian Dixon and Tyler Patmon and placed receiver Bryan Walters on injured reserve. Originally signed by New Orleans as an undrafted rookie in 2014, Dixon has played in 37 games and has 42 tackles. He finished last season with Arizona after being signed off New Orleans' practice squad in December. Dixon's twin brother, Brandon, is on Pittsburgh's roster. Patmon has spent time with Kansas City, Carolina, Dallas, Miami and Tennessee in three years. He has played in 24 games and started two, totaling 21 tackles and an interception. Patmon spent 2016 training camp with the Titans before being waived in the preseason. He played

  • Packers CB Davon House feels 'lucky' to be back in Green Bay
    Packers Wire

    Packers CB Davon House feels 'lucky' to be back in Green Bay

    Packers cornerback Davon House knows he’s one of the rare players to leave Green Bay and return. “I’m lucky,” House said following Tuesday’s OTA session. “From what I know, there’s only been two players that left and came back: Charlie Peprah, and James Jones. So I’m one of the lucky ones, for sure.” House, a 2011 draft pick of the Packers, signed a one-year deal to return to Green Bay after the Jacksonville Jaguars cut him in early March. The veteran cornerback said that even after leaving the Packers in free agency in 2015, he kept all his team gear and followed the team’s results every week. When he was presented with the opportunity to return to Green Bay, he pounced – without hesitation.

  • Jaguars' Bortles striving to 'change narrative' after 2016
    USA Today

    Jaguars' Bortles striving to 'change narrative' after 2016

    JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) — No matter what Blake Bortles does this offseason, he's not going to change perception. He didn't play well in 2016, and the Jacksonville Jaguars were even worse. His offensive coordinator was fired in October, his head coach let go two months later. His best receiver was grumpy most of the year, his offensive line was shaky at best and his running game was mostly nonexistent. In the end, Bortles was a primary scapegoat for one of the worst seasons in franchise history. "You can think a lot about it," Bortles said Tuesday as the Jaguars began organized team activities. "It's that saying, like, 'What have you done for me lately?' Well, that's our lately and that's my lately,