Courtney Upshaw

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Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 272
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College: Alabama
Birth Place: Eufaula, Alabama
Draft: 2012 2nd round (3rd pick) by the
  • Cavs ‘Eastern Conference Champions’ Gear Goes On Sale After Game 4
    New England Sports Network

    Cavs ‘Eastern Conference Champions’ Gear Goes On Sale After Game 4

    The Cleveland Cavaliers most likely are going to reach the NBA Finals after taking a 3-1 series lead over the Boston Celtics in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference finals, but that doesn’t mean they can’t be victims of karma. If the Cavs blow their 3-1 lead — and the Cavs know a thing or two about teams blowing 3-1 leads — then they can thank Dick’s Sporting Goods. The retailer prematurely began advertising “Eastern Conference Champions” and “2017 NBA Finals” merchandise for the Cavaliers after they came back to beat Boston 112-99 on Tuesday. The page actually selling the items was taken off the Dick’s Sporting Goods website Wednesday, but Yahoo! Sports’ Ben Rohrbach provided a link to the Google

  • Falcons docked 3 practices after excessive contact in 2016
    The Falcoholic

    Falcons docked 3 practices after excessive contact in 2016

    The Atlanta Falcons begin OTAs next week. Yes, Falcons fans, we are officially in “Phase Three” of the offseason program! Here’s an awesome breakdown from the NFL Players Association website, if you’re wondering how this works. In short, the Falcons would normally get 10 organized practices, including a mini-camp week. But they screwed up last offseason, and now they’re paying the price. Both the Seahawks and the Falcons lost a week of OTA sessions — three each — due to excessive contact during 2016 offseason workouts. While the extra aggression apparently worked, with both teams making it to the divisional round in the year the rules violations occurred, it’s now time to pay the fiddler via

  • #TGW: Winding Road Brings Cone Back to The Flats
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    #TGW: Winding Road Brings Cone Back to The Flats

    Upon first review, Kevin Cone's job as assistant director of football operations at Georgia Tech might seem an odd match, but jumping to quick conclusions about the former Yellow Jacket would count as investigative failure. Before returning to his alma mater in January after a stopover as a mechanical engineer, the 6-2, 218-pound native of Stone Mountain and graduate of St. Pius X Catholic High school spent much of the past seven years as a well-traveled professional football player. There was a three-year run with the Atlanta Falcons, followed by time spent with the Miami Dolphins, Arizona Cardinals and Cleveland Browns -- all in 2014 -- and another turn in Miami.