Steve Skelton

#44TE,
Height: 6' 5"
Weight: 250
Born:
College: Fordham
Birth Place: El Paso, Texas
Draft: Undrafted
  • Cleveland Browns QBs Cody Kessler, Brock Osweiler begin early stages of competition
    UPI4 hours ago

    Cleveland Browns QBs Cody Kessler, Brock Osweiler begin early stages of competition

    BEREA, Ohio -- Another session of OTAs has begun at the Browns training complex in the Cleveland suburb of Berea, and that means another quarterback battle is underway. Cody Kessler, by virtue of his eight starts as a rookie last year, is working with the first team. It doesn't matter that he lost all eight games; his experience puts him ahead of trade acquisition Brock Osweiler and rookie DeShone Kizer. Kevin Hogan is the fourth quarterback. Of course, much could change between now and the start of training camp in late July. Even that is a long way from the start of the regular season in a home game with the Pittsburgh Steelers. "I think Cody is stronger and the ball has more zip on it," coach

  • Fox News

    Texans' David Quessenberry returns to practice after completing cancer treatment

    Lineman David Quessenberry joined the Houston Texans for practice on Tuesday after spending nearly three years away from the game of football while undergoing treatment for non-Hodgkins T lymphoblastic lymphoma. “When I finished my intensive treatment I felt like the furthest thing from a football player – no hair, skinny – but your body is an amazing thing,” Quessenberry, 26, told The Houston Chronicle. “We just took it slowly. We just did one workout at a time, one treatment at a time and eventually here we are.” In April, Quessenberry shared a video of his ceremonial ringing of the “chemo bell” to signify the end of his treatment. More than 33,000 people watched him ring the bell so hard that

  • Las Vegas Super Bowl may be a while off, but not for reason you might think
    USA Today

    Las Vegas Super Bowl may be a while off, but not for reason you might think

    With a lease now signed, sealed and approved by NFL cohorts for his team to ultimately take up residency at a new stadium in Las Vegas, Oakland Raiders owner Mark Davis wasted no time pondering another potential layer of the equation: A Sin City Super Bowl. Davis said during the NFL spring meetings this week that he fully expects to bid on either or both of the next two available Super Bowls — in 2023 and 2024 — for the $1.9 billion stadium to be constructed in Vegas. Given his future home's reputation, someone asked Davis to project the odds of getting either Super Bowl. Another matter of business conducted at the one-day league meeting could provide owners with reason for pause when it comes to awarding Super Bowls for stadiums that have yet to be completed.