Matt Tobin

#64G,
Height: 6' 6"
Weight: 290
Born:
College: Iowa
Birth Place: Dyersville, Iowa
Draft: Undrafted
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    Jordan Matthews, Carson Wentz went on mission trip to Haiti

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  • Leroux returns to USWNT for first time since pregnancy for Sweden, Norway friendlies
    Sports Illustrated

    Leroux returns to USWNT for first time since pregnancy for Sweden, Norway friendlies

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  • Janoris Jenkins: Giants have 'chip on their shoulder' in 2017
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    Janoris Jenkins: Giants have 'chip on their shoulder' in 2017

    The New York Giants enjoyed one of their best seasons in recent memory with an 11-5 record in 2016. It was the first time they reached double-digit wins since 2010, but cornerback Janoris Jenkins doesn’t see a team that is satisfied. Jenkins came over to the Giants and was a big part of a historical defensive turnaround that helped them secure a playoff spot for the first time since beating the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XLVI. However, Jenkins doesn’t see a team that is proud to go one-and-done in the playoffs. Instead, he sees a team hungry to improve, even this early in the spring. “I think that everyone has a chip on their shoulder,” said Jenkins on Thursday. “An even bigger one than