Josh Samuda

#64G,
Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 315
Born:
College: Massachusetts
Birth Place: Birmingham, England
Draft: Undrafted
  • NFC North Roster Comparison
    Daily Norseman

    NFC North Roster Comparison

    As we move into the OTA and mini-camp season, let’s take an early look at the starting rosters among NFC North teams, which could still see a few changes as position battles in training camp play out, and yet are pretty well established overall. Overall Pro Football Focus (PFF) Grades Below is a comparison of PFF grades by position for every team in the NFC North. This is for nickel/3WR situations, which these days account for more snaps than base units. For each team there could be a few differences from what some are projecting, but for the most part these are not big differences. For example, perhaps a rookie will start instead of a below average or worse veteran after training camp battles

  • Vikings coach Mike Zimmer wants you to know he's not retiring
    Vikings Wire

    Vikings coach Mike Zimmer wants you to know he's not retiring

    Don’t expect Zimmer’s absence to linger on and if you think his coaching career could be coming to an end, think again. “I would like to put to rest, unfortunately I have too much time on my hands now, so I hear about ‘oh, this might shorten his coaching career’ and all these things,” Zimmer said. “Like I texted Kyle Rudolph, I said, ‘hey, I’ll be back shortly with one eye or two, doesn’t really matter, I’m going to be back.’ So, we can put that me retiring thing or whatever to bed quickly.” Zimmer did coach last season with an eye patch on for multiple games, so we shouldn’t doubt him. He plans to return to Minnesota on June 4, with an appointment the next day. He hopes he will be cleared to

  • Raiders' Marshawn Lynch looks to continue postseason dominance in 2017
    Raiders Wire4 hours ago

    Raiders' Marshawn Lynch looks to continue postseason dominance in 2017

    Oakland Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch is no stranger to the postseason, and 2017 should offer Beast Mode the opportunity to continue to demonstrate that he’s one of the best postseason running backs in NFL playoff history. According to Pro Football Reference, Lynch ranks No. 8 in all-time playoff rushing yards with 937. On the top 10 playoff list, only Lynch and Chuck Foreman — a four-time All-Pro who played for the Minnesota Vikings and New England Patriots — aren’t inducted in the Pro Football Hall of Fame to date. While other greats such as former Denver Broncos running back Terrell Davis, Oakland Raiders RB/FB Marcus Allen and former Dallas Cowboys running back Emmitt Smith, among other