Larry Black

#63DT,
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 315
Born:
College: Indiana
Birth Place: Cincinnati, Ohio
Draft: Undrafted
  • Andy Dalton Reveals Bill Belichick Scouted Rex Burkhead In Unorthodox Way
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    Andy Dalton Reveals Bill Belichick Scouted Rex Burkhead In Unorthodox Way

    Matt Lengel apparently wasn’t just a tight end for the New England Patriots last season. He also had a part-time job as a pro scout. Lengel supposedly played a role in Rex Burkhead signing with the New England Patriots this offseason. How do we know this? Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton was asked about Burkhead on Friday’s episode of Barstool Sports’ “Pardon My Take” podcast. Burkhead was teammates on the Bengals with Dalton from 2013 to 2016. “Rex is one of my good buddies,” Dalton said on the show. “I remember talking to somebody — so, we had a tight end who was with us, Matt Lengel, he ended up with the Patriots this past year. They picked him up off our practice squad. We were

  • Steelers wire poll: How many AFC north teams make the playoffs in 2017?
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    Steelers wire poll: How many AFC north teams make the playoffs in 2017?

    The AFC North has only existed since 2002, but during that time, the Pittsburgh Steelers made the playoffs 10 times including seven division championships. 2017 looks like a strong year for the division with the Baltimore Ravens and Cincinnati Bengals improved. Even the Cleveland Browns seem to be rebuilding but probably aren’t quite playoff ready just yet. But how many teams will make the playoffs from the AFC North this season? Pittsburgh looks to be the favorite to win the division, but that’s not to say there can’t be multiple teams make the playoffs. Last season injuries tore the Ravens apart last season and it still came down to the final week of the season to sort out their playoff spot.

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    Denver Broncos: Preview of weeks 9-17 of the 2017-2018 season

    After previewing the first half of the 2017-2018 season, the vast majority of people felt that the Broncos would enter the second half of the season with six or seven wins. It’s a very possible result mainly because Denver plays four of its first seven games at home plus they are returning a defense that is still playing at a championship level. The second half of the season will not get any easier for first year head coach, Vance Joseph and the Broncos. The team will play five of their last nine games on the road and will have to play nine games straight without a bye week. With this being said, durability will the key for this team to make it back to the playoffs. Let’s take a closer look at