Jake McQuaide

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Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 244
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College: Ohio State
Birth Place: Cincinnati, Ohio
Draft: Undrafted
  • Plenty of time for the Los Angeles Rams and Aaron Donald to reach an agreement
    Los Angeles Times

    Plenty of time for the Los Angeles Rams and Aaron Donald to reach an agreement

    An oversized yellow dump truck served as a backdrop for photographers, dwarfing Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald. It was November, and the Rams were celebrating the groundbreaking for their planned $2.6-billion stadium in Inglewood. Donald was there to stick a ceremonial shovel in the ground for a complex that was not scheduled to open until 2019. A reporter asked Donald, on his way to earning Pro Bowl recognition for the third time in three NFL seasons, if he would be playing for the Rams under a new contract when the stadium opened. “We going to see,” Donald said. “Right now, we’re worried about 2016 and 2017, and we’ve got some games to win now in the Coliseum.” At that point, the Rams had

  • Broncos QB battle again tops in the NFL this offseason
    USA Today

    Broncos QB battle again tops in the NFL this offseason

    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) — This offseason's biggest position battle is again in Denver, the quarterback-crazed city where John Elway and Peyton Manning both left the game caked in confetti and continue to cast long shadows. The Broncos, a team with a dazzling defense and ambitions of a deep playoff run, must decide which young quarterback will lead them in 2017: gifted first-rounder Paxton Lynch or egghead seventh-rounder Trevor Siemian . New coach Vance Joseph declared at his introductory news conference he would hold an open QB competition between Siemian, the incumbent, and Lynch, his backup. Either one will be a bargain in the budget-based NFL. Siemian is due $615,000 this season and Lynch $880,000.

  • Grading the Chargers' handling of tumultuous transition
    Chargers Wire

    Grading the Chargers' handling of tumultuous transition

    The Los Angeles Chargers, that name will remain having a funny ring to it for many years to come for the most ardent Bolts fans, however, few front offices could have handled the early stages of such a trying transition as well as L.A. has this offseason. For years the NFL has been trying to get the game back into the nation’s second-largest market, and the Los Angeles Rams’ success at making that vision come to fruition weighs heavy into the Chargers being able to make the move happen. By any valuation, the Chargers will see their team worth sore from their final season in San Diego. That is especially true when one considers that just the news that the Bolts were destined for L.A. increased