Lawrence Okoye

#96DE,
Height: 6' 6"
Weight: 304
Born:
College: None
Birth Place: Croydon, England
Draft: Undrafted
  • 4 NFL teams that won't make the playoffs again in 2017
    For The Win2 hours ago

    4 NFL teams that won't make the playoffs again in 2017

    For an eleventh consecutive NFL season, at least four playoff teams from the prior season failed to make it back to the postseason. The Redskins, Vikings, Panthers and Bengals all missed out in 2016 after making it in 2015. Given the parity in the league these days, we can expect that trend to continue next season. But which four playoff teams will fail to make it back? Let’s take a look at some of the team that will have a hard time making it back, starting with the most likely to prove us wrong. 1. New York Giants This is really just a bet on Eli Manning’s future. If he improves on a down 2016 season, the Giants not only easily make the playoffs in 2017, but they’re also a legit Super Bowl

  • 4 causes for concern in 2017 for Raiders
    Raiders Wire

    4 causes for concern in 2017 for Raiders

    With NFL free agency nearly over and the NFL draft squarely in the rear-view mirror for the Oakland Raiders, the time to look forward is now. Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie has done a commendable job at stockpiling talent at key positions while not overplaying his hand this offseason, but the team still has some vital questions to answer this season. Here are the four biggest causes for concern heading into 2017 for Oakland. McKenzie didn’t do a lot this offseason to address the team’s concern at inside linebacker, only signing former Miami Dolphins inside linebacker Jelani Jenkins and drafting Marquel Lee in the fifth round. This is somewhat confusing after McKenzie allowed team leader

  • The most improved Miami Dolphins player this offseason is ....
    Miami Herald1 hour ago

    The most improved Miami Dolphins player this offseason is ....

    In the Spring of 2011, Miami Dolphins coaches were impressed by one player they saw take a significant jump from what they saw the previous season to what they were seeing only months later in the the offseason workout program. Safety Reshad Jones was the talk of the coaching staff. The team was only in its early part of the program but coaches were wowed by Jones’s performances -- granted, in limited team drills that did not include contact. That raised their expectations for him dramatically for the coming season and even caused them to pencil the former fifth-round draft pick as a starter. Jones, by the way, did not disappoint and today is among the best safeties in the NFL. Today, on the