Gabe Carimi

#68T,
Height: 6' 7"
Weight: 316
Born:
College: Wisconsin
Birth Place: Cottage Grove, Wisconsin
Draft: 2011 1st round (29th pick) by the
  • ProFootball Talk on NBC Sports

    Michael Bennett, columnist, appear to bury hatchet after apology

    Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett threatened to boycott the Seattle Times after a column critical of Bennett appeared in the paper on Sunday. While the column from writer Matt Calkins largely praised Bennett for his on-field performance, numerous charity endeavors and engaging personality, the piece primarily took issue with an incident that occurred in the locker room following Seattle’s playoff loss to the Atlanta Falcons in January. What Bennett didn’t know at the time was that the reporter – Bill Wixey – had survived cancer.

  • Saints sign former Falcons, Dolphins offensive lineman for offseason grind
    Saints Wire

    Saints sign former Falcons, Dolphins offensive lineman for offseason grind

    A team can never have enough able bodies on the offensive line. In that vein, New Orleans has brought back a journeyman player who has spent time with the Saints, Falcons, Dolphins and Jaguars. Bryce Harris is back with the team after spending time between 2012 and 2014 in the Big Easy. Harris, who attended the three-day rookie minicamp on a tryout basis, returns for a second stint with the Saints and provides depth. The 6-foot-6, 300-pound Harris originally joined the Saints in 2012 after being signed from the Atlanta Falcons practice squad, and then went to play three seasons in New Orleans (2012-14), appearing in 34 games with four starts. Harris is the sixth player signed from that workout

  • Sources: Owners talk timing change for hires
    ESPN.com

    Sources: Owners talk timing change for hires

    Adam Schefter ESPN Senior Writer Close ESPN NFL Insider Joined ESPN in 2009 Former president of the Pro Football Writers of America and the author of four books Follow on Twitter Owners on Monday were discussing a change to the timing of certain NFL head-coaching hires, which would allow teams to agree on but not announce the hiring of a coach in the playoffs after a second interview, according to league sources. If the change is approved, it will alter the timing of when teams can officially hire coaches still in the playoffs and allow those organizations to begin assembling coaching staffs so they will not be playing catch-up later. Currently, teams must wait until a coach's current team is