Oren Wilson

#68DT,
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 305
Born:
College: Akron
Birth Place: Teaneck, New Jersey
Draft: Undrafted
  • Eagles defense poised to improve in Year 2 under Jim Schwartz
    Bleeding Green Nation

    Eagles defense poised to improve in Year 2 under Jim Schwartz

    Let's get to the Philadelphia Eagles links ... Better D - Iggles Blitz In Year 2, Schwartz sees significant improvement. Granted, both places the defense struggled mightily in his first year so there was a lot of room for improvement. Still, the sign of a good coach is one who can identify problems and fix them. There are two basic ways to improve a unit. First, you want the players you have to play better. Second, you want to add talent. When you make the kind of jumps that Schwartz did, you are pretty good in both areas. Getting your returning players to improve involves several things. You must help them master the scheme. It is one thing to know the playbook, it is another to know it inside-out.

  • New York beat writer: This list of Giants will threaten Cowboys, Dak Prescott in Week 1
    SportsDay

    New York beat writer: This list of Giants will threaten Cowboys, Dak Prescott in Week 1

    As the Cowboys work to avoid sophomore slumps for their stars and gear up a new defensive backfield, the New York Giants are at work bolstering QB Eli Manning's offensive support and considering what, if anything, to do with Odell Beckham Jr.'s contract. But which team is more dominant heading into 2017? Who should be the favorite on Sept. 10 when the Giants open at the Cowboys?  1) What stood out most to you at Giants OTAs/minicamp? Duggan: The biggest thing was the potential for a much more versatile and potent offense. The Giants’ offense was a major disappointment last season, finishing 26th in scoring a year after ranking sixth. One of the main problems last season was that the Giants became

  • NFC East Q&A: Can Terrelle Pryor, Josh Doctson help Redskins' passing game?
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    NFC East Q&A: Can Terrelle Pryor, Josh Doctson help Redskins' passing game?

    John Keim ESPN Staff Writer Close Covered the Redskins for the Washington Examiner and other media outlets since 1994 Authored or co-authored three books on the Redskins and one on the Cleveland Browns Follow on Twitter Today's question: The Washington Redskins had a dangerous passing attack with 1,000-yard receivers DeSean Jackson and Pierre Garcon. With both players now elsewhere, how dangerous will the Redskins' passing game be with their replacements, Terrelle Pryor Sr. and Josh Doctson? Todd Archer, Dallas Cowboys reporter: I liked the Pryor signing because he still has something to prove. Doctson's rookie year was really a wash, so I wouldn’t presume that he will put up numbers of a Jackson