Prince Amukamara

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Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 202
Born:
College: Nebraska
Birth Place: Glendale, Arizona
Draft: 2011 1st round (19th pick) by the
  • Green Bay confident city can host successful NFL Draft
    UPI

    Green Bay confident city can host successful NFL Draft

    Green Bay, by far the smallest market in the NFL, is pushing to host an upcoming draft. Philadelphia hosted the NFL Draft in April and the event drew over 250,000 people in a three-day span. Brad Toll, president and CEO of the Green Bay Convention and Visitors Bureau, is confident the city could manage a Philadelphia-sized crowd with enough working space and hotel accommodations. "My gut feeling is with the people they had in town (in Philadelphia), we could accommodate that," Toll told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. "Between the Resch Center and Titletown District, we certainly have every bit of space they need." Green Bay's biggest challenge could be the number of hotel rooms to accommodate

  • Rossi tops opening practice at Road America
    NBC Sports

    Rossi tops opening practice at Road America

    Alexander Rossi led the opening 45-minute practice session for this weekend’s KOHLER Grand Prix at Road America, in the No. 98 NAPA Auto Parts/Curb Honda for Andretti-Herta Autosport. The young American has always liked this track, as this was one of the tracks he had past experience on prior to his debut season in IndyCar. At the 4.014-mile circuit, Rossi posted a best time of 1:43.3285, clear of three Team Penske Chevrolets of Simon Pagenaud, Will Power and Josef Newgarden.

  • Ranking the worst-to-first chances of the NFL's eight cellar dwellers in 2017
    CBS Sports

    Ranking the worst-to-first chances of the NFL's eight cellar dwellers in 2017

    The Dallas Cowboys did it last year. Washington did it the year before. The Carolina Panthers did it in 2013, and the Indianapolis Colts did it in 2012.  What are we talking about? Going from worst to first in a division. Almost every year, it seems like there's at least one division winner that finished in last place in that division the year before. In fact, it's happened 16 times since the NFL expanded to 32 teams and established eight four-team divisions back in 2002. (There have been 16 worst-to-firsts in 14 seasons, or 1.15 per year.)  With that in mind, we're here to rank 2016's last-place teams by how likely they are to win their division in 2017. In reverse order of likelihood (No. 8