Swayze Waters

#6P,
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 185
Born:
College: UAB
Birth Place: Jackson, Mississippi
Draft: Undrafted
  • Dale Earnhardt Jr. feels Michael Oher's pain
    ESPN.com

    Dale Earnhardt Jr. feels Michael Oher's pain

    Bob Pockrass NASCAR • NASCAR writer for ESPN.com • 2009, 2013 NMPA Writer of the Year • More than 25 years experience covering motorsports Follow on Twitter INDIANAPOLIS -- NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt Jr. takes pride that he was able rehab from his concussion and feels fortunate to return to racing in 2017. So he can relate to Michael Oher, the offensive tackle who was released Thursday by the Carolina Panthers after failing a physical. Oher has not played since the third game of the 2016 season because of a concussion. Earnhardt talked to Oher in February as both were being treated by doctors at the UPMC Sports Medicine Concussion Program in Pittsburgh. Earnhardt missed the final 18 races of

  • Malik Jackson boldly predicts the Jaguars to go undefeated and win Super Bowl LII
    Jaguars Wire

    Malik Jackson boldly predicts the Jaguars to go undefeated and win Super Bowl LII

    With less than a week to go before training camp, Jacksonville Jaguars defensive tackle Malik Jackson already has half of his Super Bowl prediction in mind, and it shouldn’t surprise anyone that he believes the Cardiac Cats will be the team to win it all in 2018. In a recent episode of the Simms and Lefkoe Podcast of Bleacher Report, Jackson was asked if he believes 2017 will be the year the Jags finally live up to the hype and had the following to say on the matter: After the Super Bowl, I told myself we’re going 16-0. That’s what I believe and, until we lose, that’s when I’ll believe different. The Panthers did it. If the Panthers can do it after the season they had [in going 7-8-1 in 2014].

  • UConn Football in 2017 NFL Training Camps
    The UConn Blog

    UConn Football in 2017 NFL Training Camps

    With rookie reporting dates starting across the NFL and veteran reporting dates soon to follow, it’s time to look at how many former UConn Huskies football players will be taking part in training camps across the country. As of today, 19 former Huskies will be trying to make the final 53-man rosters of their respective teams. They are: Andrew Adams (New York Giants): signed by the Giants as undrafted free agent in 2016 and originally on their practice squad, Adams joined the 53-man roster on September 23, 2016, and ended up playing in 14 games, making 13 starts. He racked up 46 tackles and one interception. Darius Butler (Indianapolis Colts): entering his ninth season and sixth with the Colts,