Emil Igwenagu

#44TE,
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 245
Born:
College: Massachusetts
Birth Place: Raleigh, North Carolina
Draft: Undrafted
  • Barnwell's offseason report cards for all 32 NFL teams
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    Barnwell's offseason report cards for all 32 NFL teams

    Bill Barnwell ESPN Staff Writer Bill Barnwell is a staff writer for ESPN.com. Follow on Twitter It's time to reflect on the 2017 offseason. There are a few stray veterans left in the free-agent pool, and teams could still execute something unexpected if injuries arise, but organizations have mostly closed their checkbooks and built the rosters they will take onto the field in September. Click the links below to see how I graded your team's offseason. Arizona Cardinals: A big hole at cornerback remains, but Arizona managed to retain their best pass-rusher without overpaying. How did the Cardinals grade out? Atlanta Falcons: Atlanta continued to add pieces to a young, speedy front seven and locked

  • The Browns just hired the guy who once took Trent Richardson off their hands
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    The Browns just hired the guy who once took Trent Richardson off their hands

    Just a few months removed from being removed as Colts general manager, Ryan Grigson has found a new home, landing with the Cleveland Browns as a senior personnel executive, the team announced on Wednesday. In his new role, Grigson will report to VP of player personnel Andrew Berry and provide another "traditional" football mind to a front office that skews modernly analytical.  "Ryan brings valuable experience to our personnel group," VP of football operations Sashi Brown said. "He was raised as a road-scout and has been evaluating talent in this league for almost 20 years. We place a premium on that experience and on his passion for football.  Ryan has much to offer to any personnel department

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    Prosecutors: Ex-NFL player is the victim of $4.5M fraud

    INDIANAPOLIS –  A money manager stole more than $4.5 million over nearly a decade from an unnamed former NFL player who played several years for the Indianapolis Colts, federal prosecutors said Friday. Kenneth Ray Cleveland, 63, of Agoura Hills, California, was indicted on seven counts of wire fraud and three counts of money laundering in the investment fraud scheme, U.S. Attorney Josh Minkler said. Cleveland was the football player's financial adviser starting when the player entered the NFL after college, prosecutors said, and the player provided Cleveland with millions of dollars to invest. Cleveland used $2 million of the money he received from the player to pay other clients in a Ponzi scheme