Nigel Bradham

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Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 241
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College: Florida State
Birth Place: Crawfordville, Florida
Draft: 2012 4th round (10th pick) by the
  • NFL players seeking month dedicated to social activism
    ABC News

    NFL players seeking month dedicated to social activism

    A group of four players sent the NFL a memo in August requesting league support and asking for a month to be dedicated to social activism, not long after commissioner Roger Goodell reportedly had talked to several players regarding their game-day activism efforts. According to Yahoo! Sports, Seattle Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett, Philadelphia Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins and wide receiver Torrey Smith, and former Arizona Cardinals wideout Anquan Boldin co-authored a 2,740-word document intended to push the NFL to honor activism in an effort "similarly to what the league already implements for breast cancer awareness, honoring military, etc." The letter was obtained by Yahoo! Sports

  • Barber says Manning could be in 'body bag' if Flowers remains left tackle
    SNY

    Barber says Manning could be in 'body bag' if Flowers remains left tackle

    Former Giants RB Tiki Barber said QB Eli Manning could end up in a "body bag" if LT Ereck Flowers is allowed to keep playing. "If Ereck Flowers has a job on Wednesday morning, then Eli Manning might be in a body bag three weeks from now. I'm serious," Barber said during the Tiki and Tierney show on CBS Sports Radio on Wednesday. "The Philadelphia Eagles' defense is really good, and they get after the quarterback," Barber said. "If Ereck Flowers is allowed to protect Eli Manning's backside any longer, Eli is going to get killed. Ereck Flowers can't be your left tackle any longer. Ereck Flowers either has to go to tackle or has to go inside to guard or sit on the bench." Flowers had an abysmal

  • Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia

    NFC East Report, Week 2: Like Ivan Drago, the Dallas Cowboys are not a machine

    Each week, well take a look at how the Eagles division rivals fared the previous weekend (spoiler alert: I feel the same way about them as Martha Stewart feels about Pumpkin Spice) and what they have upcoming. This week, the Giants did absolutely nothing different, Washington barely beat a team that lost twelve games a year ago, and the Cowboys, like the old Siberian Express, looked vastly overhyped on their way to an ugly beatdown. Heres what happened, and whats happening, in the NFC East after Week Two.