Gavin Escobar

#89TE,
Yds
30
Y/G
1.9
TD
1
Height: 6' 6"
Weight: 260
Born:
College: San Diego State
Birth Place: New York, New York
Draft: 2013 2nd round (15th pick) by the
  • ABC News

    Sheldon Richardson: Locker room better without Brandon Marshall

    FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- Defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson says the New York Jets' locker room is a better place without wide receiver? Brandon Marshall. Richardson, who nearly came to blows with Marshall last season after a Week 3 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs, took a belated parting shot Tuesday on the first day of OTA practices. "The locker room is a whole lot easier to get along with now," Richardson told reporters. Asked to elaborate, he smiled and said, "Man oh man, y'all are thirsty. Let's just say I've got 15 reasons why it's better." That was a reference to Marshall, who wore No. 15. Marshall requested his release after the season and signed with the New York Giants. He didn't return

  • Steelers' Martavis Bryant after drug reinstatement: 'It’s my last chance'
    USA Today

    Steelers' Martavis Bryant after drug reinstatement: 'It’s my last chance'

    Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Martavis Bryant will be subject to multiple drug tests per week, a condition of his reinstatement following last year’s suspension, he told reporters Tuesday at the club's of organized team activities. “I know it’s my last chance,” he said. Failed drug tests nearly derailed Bryant's promising career. He underwent rehab for substance abuse near Las Vegas while serving his suspension and described the last year as a “rough time” in his life. He said he continues to attend weekly counseling sessions since returning to Pittsburgh, all part of what Bryant said has been a complete life change over the past year. “I developed better habits. I changed who I hang around.

  • Jah Reid isn't the villain in UCF lawsuit
    Orlando Sentinel

    Jah Reid isn't the villain in UCF lawsuit

    Perhaps you’ve heard the saying, “It’s better to ask forgiveness than permission.” Apparently they have at UCF. Its athletic department has stumbled into a legal battle that could have been avoided had somebody had thought to pick up a phone and ask, “Mind if we do this?” The person getting the call should have been Jah Reid, the former Knight offensive lineman now with the Kansas City Chiefs. UCF used pictures of him to promote coach Scott Frost’s football camp. You wouldn’t think that’s a big deal, and it shouldn’t have been. Now a simple mistake has evolved into national “Athlete Suing Alma Mater” story where nobody looks good. Start with Reid, who has filed a civil suit seeking $200,000 in