Conroy Black

Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 187
College: Utah
Birth Place: Pembroke Pines, Florida
Draft: Undrafted
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    Detroit Lions add another running back with Asiata signing

    To say the Detroit Lions have struggled with the running back position in the last 20 years would be an understatement. With that said, the Lions made a surprising move this past Friday by reportedly signing free agent running back Matt Asiata. Asiata has played for five years with the Minnesota Vikings, backing up the great Adrian Peterson for most of his career. The details of his contract have yet to be released. He recorded 361 carries for 1259 yards, 18 rushing touchdowns, and only one fumble in Minnesota. The 29-year-old started just one game in first two seasons and took over the starting duties for nine games in 2014 when Adrian Peterson was suspended. Asiata amassed 570 yards and nine

  • Marvin Jones out to finish what he started
    Lions Wire

    Marvin Jones out to finish what he started

    If you’ve been watching the OTA videos coming out of the Detroit Lions’ official site, you notice a familiar sight: A wide receiver with height and speed, vein-popped biceps and a blacked-out visor. His effortless motion, sure, strong hands and jersey number . . . oh. That’s “11,” not “81.” Marvin Jones is listed three inches shorter and 39 pounds lighter than Calvin Johnson’s 6-4, 235. But even though he doesn’t have that Megatron larger-than-life quality, Jones put up Johnsonian numbers over the first quarter of 2016. If he kept up his first-four-week pace over the entire season, per Pro Football Reference, Jones would have finished 2016 with 92 catches, 1,928 yards and eight touchdowns. But

  • Cavs-Warriors Part III joins past championship trilogies
    NBCS Bay Area

    Cavs-Warriors Part III joins past championship trilogies

    It never happened between Magic Johnson's Lakers and Larry Bird's Celtics. Same for Michael Jordan and Karl Malone or Jerry West and Bill Russell. While there have been 14 rematches in NBA Finals history, this year's meeting between LeBron James' Cleveland Cavaliers and Stephen Curry's Golden State Warriors will be the first trilogy in league history. After the Warriors beat the Cavs for their first title in 40 years in 2015, Cleveland got revenge last season with a comeback from 3-1 down to give the city its first major championship since 1964. Now they meet for the rubber match starting June 1 in Oakland. While this may be unprecedented in the NBA, it has happened once before in the NFL, NHL