Tori Mobley

Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 300
College: Jacksonville State
Birth Place: Columbus, Georgia
Draft: Undrafted
  • Cam Newton reveals the one thing his life is missing

    Cam Newton reveals the one thing his life is missing

    Cam Newton is looking to fill a missing void in his life. Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports Cam Newton has everything he wants from life…except for that one missing piece. The Carolina Panthers quarterback revealed what that one thing is in an interview with C Jackson Cowart of the Charlotte Observer at his fifth annual 7-on-7 football tournament on Saturday. Here’s a hint: Newton came awfully close to attaining this one thing very recently. Speaking to the kids at his tournament, Newton gave an inspirational speech in which he told them those who work hard to perfect oneself get what they deserve. “I’m looking at my life right now and I’m saying, ‘I’m missing one thing: I want a Super Bowl,’” Newton

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    Panthers GM on Kelvin Benjamin weight issues: Media goes ‘DEFCON 5 on everything’

    Then it exploded when a picture emerged showing Benjamin wearing a smallish jersey that accentuated his tummy all the more (look here). Now, it’s worth pointing out that Benjamin had reportedly worked himself back into shape by the end of minicamp. But that’s not really the story here. The story here is that the media is being accused of going haywire because it reported on what Rivera said and what was seen on the field. Sure, Benjamin is never going to be skinny. But it’s going to be news whenever any big-time skill position player shows up to workouts in poor conditioning. If Gettleman wants to be upset, perhaps he should aim his criticism at Rivera, who is the person who got the ball rolling

  • Top 5 moments of Derek Carr’s career
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    Top 5 moments of Derek Carr’s career

    A top five list of moments/in-game performances from Oakland Raiders quarterback Derek Carr. The 2014 NFL Draft will always hold a special place in the hearts of Oakland Raiders fans, as well as it should. Not only did the team draft a future NFL Defensive Player of the Year in Khalil Mack as well as a top-tier guard in Gabe Jackson, but that draft also landed the Silver and Black a franchise quarterback in Derek Carr. Through his first three seasons in the NFL, Carr has quickly put himself into elite company. Thus far in his young career, he has mustered 81 touchdowns, over 1,000 completions and over 11,000 yards passing. Not to mention his record-setting season in 2016, in which he became the