George Iloka

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Height: 6' 4"
Weight: 225
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College: Boise State
Birth Place: Houston, Texas
Draft: 2012 5th round (32nd pick) by the
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    Andy Dalton Reveals Bill Belichick Scouted Rex Burkhead In Unorthodox Way

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    After previewing the first half of the 2017-2018 season, the vast majority of people felt that the Broncos would enter the second half of the season with six or seven wins. It’s a very possible result mainly because Denver plays four of its first seven games at home plus they are returning a defense that is still playing at a championship level. The second half of the season will not get any easier for first year head coach, Vance Joseph and the Broncos. The team will play five of their last nine games on the road and will have to play nine games straight without a bye week. With this being said, durability will the key for this team to make it back to the playoffs. Let’s take a closer look at

  • Former Bengals great Anthony Munoz guest coaching Browns
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    Former Bengals great Anthony Munoz guest coaching Browns

    The Cincinnati Bengals lost two of their best offensive linemen this offseason, putting the entire unit as a question mark heading into the season. One of the departures was Kevin Zeitler who went to the Cleveland Browns. To seemingly double down on that sting, the Browns are getting another former Bengal on their fields in Hall of Fame lineman Anthony Munoz. This one has to sting for Cincinnati more than most. Munoz is arguably the greatest Bengals player in the history of the franchise and he’s currently coaching up a division rival. To make matters even worse is that Cincinnati could use Munoz’s help this offseason. With both Zeitler and Andrew Whitworth gone, the Bengals are stuck trying