Josh LeRibeus

#66G,
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 310
Born:
College: Southern Methodist
Birth Place: Richardson, Texas
Draft: 2012 3rd round (8th pick) by the
  • Former colleagues view Packers' Russ Ball as future NFL GM
    Packers Wire

    Former colleagues view Packers' Russ Ball as future NFL GM

    Former colleagues from the Kansas City Chiefs and New Orleans Saints see Russ Ball – the Green Bay Packers vice president of football operations and player finance and the secret weapon of Ted Thompson’s front office staff– as a future general manager in the NFL. The comments came from a revealing feature on Ball from Michael Cohen of PackersNews.com. “I’m surprised that he’s not a general manager in the NFL,” former Saints head coach Jim Haslett said. “There’s nothing that he hasn’t done to qualify him to be a successful general manager. He’s done it all.” Ball, 57, has been with the Packers since 2008. Before being hired by Thompson in Green Bay, Ball served 10 years with the Chiefs and six

  • NFL’s 10 most underrated players
    Yardbarker

    NFL’s 10 most underrated players

    Saints running back Mark Ingram (22) scores a touchdown past  Falcons linebacker LaRoy Reynolds (53) during the fourth quarter of a game at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports It’s hard to prove someone is overrated or underrated because perception isn’t something you can totally quantify. But I do spend an unhealthy amount of time consuming NFL Twitter, reading NFL analysis and watching NFL games. I know who’s getting love and who’s getting hate. And I know that in some cases, players receive too much of one or the other. Here are 10 who don’t get enough love considering what they’ve done, based on results as well as reception. 1. Drew Brees, New Orleans Saints QB 

  • Are the Broncos on the decline?
    Mile High Report

    Are the Broncos on the decline?

    In an article from Sportsnaut, they discussed six teams they felt had peaked and are now on the decline. And yes, the Denver Broncos made the list along with the New Orleans Saints, Pittsburgh Steelers, Arizona Cardinals, Green Bay Packers, and Seattle Seahawks. I tried reading their reasoning, but only the first two paragraphs made much sense. It really doesn’t matter how good Denver’s defense is if the team doesn’t find a way to solve its problems on the other side of the ball. Even after both Trevor Siemian and Paxton Lynch struggled under center last season, the Broncos did very little to address the quarterback situation. This has put new head coach Vance Joseph in an unenviable position