Ty Nsekhe

#79T,
Height: 6' 8"
Weight: 335
Born:
College: Texas State
Birth Place: Arlington, Texas
Draft: Undrafted
  • Carson Wentz further asserting himself as Eagles' leader in Year 2
    CSN Philly

    Carson Wentz further asserting himself as Eagles' leader in Year 2

    FRISCO, Texas -- Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott was a passenger in a minor car accident and is missing the first three offseason practices as a precaution. Elliott, the 2016 NFL rushing champion as a rookie, bumped his head in the crash Sunday night, but running backs coach Gary Brown said Wednesday that Elliott doesn't have a concussion. Coach Jason Garrett said Elliott would miss the third practice of the week Thursday after sitting the first two sessions with soreness and neck stiffness. Garrett said Elliott was expected to practice next week. Elliott, who made the All-Pro team after Dallas drafted him No. 4 overall last year, finished with 1,631 yards rushing and 15 touchdowns,

  • Jordan Reed missed OTAs Tuesday but was still putting in work with Chad Johnson
    CSN Mid-Atlantic

    Jordan Reed missed OTAs Tuesday but was still putting in work with Chad Johnson

    You would think that after spending two years as the team’s third-down back, playing more snaps than any other running back last season, and getting a second-round restricted free agent tender that will pay him $2.7 million this year, Chris Thompson might feel comfortable as the Redskins start up the final phase of their preseason program. “Even after the last preseason game when you guys talk to me I’m going to still be nervous when that time comes around because I never forget that feeling,” he told reporters on Monday prior to the Redskins charity golf tournament at Army-Navy Country Club. “He [coach Jay Gruden] knows that I’m healthy and I can stay healthy. If Gruden plans on Thompson getting more work on the ground, that likely means that the Redskins anticipate running the ball more ofent than they did in 2016, when they were 27th in the NFL with 379 rushing attempts.

  • ABC News

    For Broncos, Taylor's death conjures memories of Williams

    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. -- Broncos owner Pat Bowlen knows the anguish fellow owner Daniel Snyder is going through. Broncos receiver Brandon Marshall understands the grief the Washington Redskins players are experiencing. The death of safety Sean Taylor from a gunshot wound has stirred up memories of cornerback Darrent Williams for the Broncos players. Williams was killed in a drive-by shooting on Jan. 1 following an argument at a Denver nightclub. The mood in the Denver locker room was subdued Wednesday. "We dealt with this last year. We're still dealing with it," Marshall said. "It hit home." Broncos offensive lineman Chris Myers heard his phone beep at 4:30 a.m. Tuesday and knew something was wrong.