Duke Calhoun

#14WR,
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 200
Born:
College: Memphis
Birth Place: Memphis, Tennessee
Draft: Undrafted
  • Derek Carr had a great answer to his first purchase after signing a record-breaking $125 million contract
    Business Insider

    Derek Carr had a great answer to his first purchase after signing a record-breaking $125 million contract

    Last Thursday, Derek Carr signed a five-year, $125 million contract with the Oakland Raiders that set the record for highest annual pay in the NFL. When asked about his first purchase during his press conference to announce the signing, Carr said he had a treat in mind.

  • WATCH: All 11 of Charles Woodson's career pick-sixes
    Packers Wire

    WATCH: All 11 of Charles Woodson's career pick-sixes

    Only one player in NFL history has more interception returns for touchdowns than former Green Bay Packers cornerback Charles Woodson. Rod Woodson, a Hall of Famer and former Pittsburgh Steelers great, tallied 12. Woodson finished his decorated career with 11. Of Woodson’s 11, nine came during the seven years when he played for the Packers. The NFL recently put together a full highlight package of Woodson’s career pick-sixes. The first two touchdowns came during Woodson’s first stint with the Oakland Raiders, but Packers fans will enjoy the final nine: Woodson’s first pick-six with the Packers came during his first season in Green Bay in 2006, when he intercepted a deflected pass from Miami Dolphins

  • PFF: Giants' Weston Richburg was best pass-blocking center in 2016
    Giants Wire

    PFF: Giants' Weston Richburg was best pass-blocking center in 2016

    While the New York Giants offensive line catches a lot of criticism, it doesn’t mean the unit is without its standouts. One of the members of the unit that stood out in 2016 was center Weston Richburg, who was extremely productive when pass blocking. Per Pro Football Focus, the Giants’ center recorded the best pass-bocking grade of anyone playing the position in 2016, narrowly beating out Oakland Raiders center Rodney Hudson. Despite having a solid 2016 season, Richburg actually played the campaign with some torn ligaments in his hand, which could be an explanation as to why his run blocking didn’t appear to be as strong as it usually is. “I had some hand stuff going in. I had to get my hand