Kyle Wilber

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Height: 6' 4"
Weight: 245
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College: Wake Forest
Birth Place: Apopka, Florida
Draft: 2012 4th round (18th pick) by the
  • Jets Hall of Famer Curtis Martin, NFL greats meet Pope Francis
    Jets Wire

    Jets Hall of Famer Curtis Martin, NFL greats meet Pope Francis

    On a special trip to the Vatican, former New York Jets running back Curtis Martin was among seven other NFL legends who met Pope Francis on Wednesday. The trip was organized by Hall of Fame board member Steve Schott, who has been active in supporting Catholic charities all around the world. Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones and other legendary players like Ronnie Lott and Franco Harris joined Martin on the trip. In a statement released yesterday, Martin said “This was a wonderful day.” “Just to have an opportunity to shake his hand and to feel his presence in person was a blessing. He is the closest thing we know to Jesus walking the earth.” According to Fox News, most of the Pope’s talking points

  • Study: Patriots fans rank as NFL's 2nd best
    Patriots Wire

    Study: Patriots fans rank as NFL's 2nd best

    The New England Patriots have created the second best fanbase in the NFL, according to one study by scholarblogs.com. The study used three metrics to measure the team brands to calculate the “best” NFL teams. The three factors the study used were fan equity, road equity and social media following. Here’s what they wrote on the Patriots, who finished behind the Dallas Cowboys and ahead of the Philadelphia Eagles, New York Giants and Pittsburgh Steelers. First, Patriot fans may be bandwagon fans.  But at this point it is tough to tell.  The team has been excellent and the fans have been supportive for a long time.  And even when things tend to go wrong for the Patriots they come out ahead.  I believe

  • What Dak, Zeke bring behind the scenes; teammate says they won't rest until Cowboys win Super Bowl
    SportsDay

    What Dak, Zeke bring behind the scenes; teammate says they won't rest until Cowboys win Super Bowl

    Obviously the Cowboys wouldn't have come close to a 13-win year without the standout rookie seasons turned in by Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott. Their contributions, however, were much greater than just what was on display during games. Cowboys veteran wide receiver Cole Beasley recently shared what Prescott and Elliott contributed behind the scenes. "They brought a lot of young energy that we needed in this locker room, and it made it a lot more fun to play," Beasley said. "They kind of loosened it up in here a little bit. Like, we can still go to work and still do our jobs and work hard as ever, but we can still have fun at the same time. That kind of young energy, that kind of new swagger