Kai Forbath

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Height: 5' 11"
Weight: 197
Born:
College: UCLA
Birth Place: Santa Monica, California
Draft: Undrafted
  • ABC News

    Sam Bradford expected to miss second straight game for Vikings

    Minnesota Vikings quarterback Sam Bradford is not expected to play Sunday against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, a source told ESPN's Dan Graziano. Bradford's left knee did not respond well to practice work this week, the source said. The quarterback practiced on a limited basis Wednesday and Thursday but was not present?for the portion of practice open to the media Friday morning. Bradford reported Friday morning to the team's medical personnel that he was feeling fairly pronounced pain in his knee, a day after there was optimism expressed by coach Mike Zimmer that the quarterback was feeling better and had a chance of playing Sunday. The Vikings will again look to Case Keenum to start Sunday. Keenum

  • JuJu Smith-Schuster delivers block heard round the Steelers' locker room
    ESPN.com

    JuJu Smith-Schuster delivers block heard round the Steelers' locker room

    Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer Close ESPN staff writer Previously a college football reporter for CBSSports.com University of Florida graduate Follow on Twitter PITTSBURGH – Steelers receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster's knockdown of Minnesota Vikings safety Harrison Smith was so good that running back Le'Veon Bell found himself surprised, mid-run. "He kind of knocked him into the hole I was about to go into," said Bell, who gained 6 yards on the play. "I had to adjust where I was going." Then Bell added, "I'm glad he's making his mark." Though it's one play, the block from the first half of the Steelers' 26-9 win on Sunday is an example of the physicality the Pittsburgh Steelers identified in Smith-Schuster

  • Report: Taylor Heinicke signs with Patriots practice squad
    CBS Sports

    Report: Taylor Heinicke signs with Patriots practice squad

    Taylor Heinicke has found his new NFL home. According to Kyle Eisenhauer and confirmed by ESPN's Mike Reiss, the former Minnesota Vikings quarterback is signing with the New England Patriots practice squad after being waived during roster cuts in early September. Heinicke battled it out with Case Keenum for the No. 2 quarterback job behind Sam Bradford in training camp with Keenum pulling away in the preseason. He was waived by the Vikings with an injury designation and reached a settlement to become a free agent. The Vikings, who are down to two quarterbacks in Keenum and Kyle Sloter, would have to sign Heinicke to the active roster if they wanted him back, but could not do so until October