Sean Murnane

#70DT,
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 266
Born:
College: Central Michigan
Birth Place: Green Oaks, Illinois
Draft: Undrafted
  • Three teams didn't get one player on NFL's top 100 players list
    Shutdown Corner

    Three teams didn't get one player on NFL's top 100 players list

    At least the Cleveland Browns have Joe Thomas, and therefore aren’t one of the sad-sack teams that can’t even claim one player on NFL Network’s “Top 100 Players” list. The annual top 100 list is flawed in many ways, but it’s still a decent barometer of which teams have the most blue-chip players. Three teams suffered the ignominy of having zero players on the NFL Network’s “Top 100 players.” There are no surprises on this list: Chicago Bears, New York Jets and San Francisco 49ers.

  • Forget waiting, Mitch Trubisky should see the field this season
    Chicago Sun-Times

    Forget waiting, Mitch Trubisky should see the field this season

    OK, play the kid. Not at the start. Let older quarterback Mike Glennon have ‘‘my year’’ and see how far he gets with that. But when Glennon screws up or gets hurt — and both likely will happen, such is the life of NFL quarterbacks — then let rookie Mitch Trubisky try to lead the Bears. I know. I know. Trubisky is a mere child of 22. Yesterday he was in diapers, on his little back, burbling and swatting Toys ‘‘R’’ Us footballs arranged above his crib like ingredients on a plastic shish kebab. My Lord, goes the cry, if you put this defenseless rookie from North Carolina on the field this season you might as well send him out to fight a lion with a ballpoint pen. A bunny in a weasel house would

  • Does Titans receiver Tajae Sharpe have tenuous grasp on roster spot?
    The Tennessean

    Does Titans receiver Tajae Sharpe have tenuous grasp on roster spot?

    A year after claiming a starting role out of training camp, former fifth-round draft pick Tajae Sharpe may head into his second NFL season with a tenuous grasp on a roster spot. An infusion of talent at wide receiver has pushed him down the Titans’ depth chart. A civil lawsuit and police investigation over an alleged assault hang overhead. And surgery for a stress fracture in his right foot sidelined him for the final two weeks of offseason workouts. Sharpe hopes to be healthy for the start of training camp in late July. But there’s a difference between being healthy and being physically able to compete at an elite level against teammates who continue to work out and hone their craft. “Some of