Akeem Auguste

#36CB,
Height: 5' 10"
Weight: 185
Born:
College: South Carolina
Birth Place: Hollywood, Florida
Draft: Undrafted
  • Fantasy football 2017: Must-have fantasy players at RB, WR, TE and QB
    Washington Post

    Fantasy football 2017: Must-have fantasy players at RB, WR, TE and QB

    In fantasy drafts, you never know when you have struck gold. That’s sort of a glass-half-full way of saying drafts involve a good amount of luck, but it’s worth bearing in mind that players who subsequently jump out as your best picks can come from any round, even the late ones. Here are three players, one each from the early, middle and late rounds, at running back and wide receiver, and two at tight end and quarterback who are must-haves, based on where they are going and their tantalizing upsides. I’ll use Fantasy Pros‘ aggregate of average draft positions from several websites, defaulting to points-per-reception formats (however, much of the analysis can be applied to standard formats, as

  • The 49ers go to Hawaii
    Niners Nation

    The 49ers go to Hawaii

    If you didn’t know, because you took a break from Niners Nation for a week or so, four members of the San Francisco 49ers defensive line spent the majority of the offseason in Oahu and I had the fortunate opportunity to observe of their workout sessions. To get you ready for training camp, I thought you might like a compilation or “mixed tape” of all of the videos that I’ve posted on Twitter and Instagram and a few new ones you haven’t seen. These videos include DeForest Buckner, Arik Armstead, Eli Harold, and Ronald Blair working out at Hawaii Optimum Performance. HOP is a facility partially owned by Seattle Seahawks defensive lineman Michael Bennett. There are several members of the Seahawks

  • Seattle Seahawks star Michael Bennett is writing a book: 'How to Make White People Uncomfortable'
    Los Angeles Times

    Seattle Seahawks star Michael Bennett is writing a book: 'How to Make White People Uncomfortable'

    Michael Bennett, the outspoken Seattle Seahawks football star, will publish a memoir titled “How to Make White People Uncomfortable” with Haymarket Books next year. Publishers Weekly reports that the book will be co-written by Dave Zirin, the sports editor at the Nation magazine and host of the popular podcast “Edge of Sports.” Haymarket Books founding editor Anthony Arnove promises the book will be “a sports memoir and manifesto as hilarious as it is revealing.” Bennett, who played college football at Texas A&M, was selected to play twice in the NFL's Pro Bowl. The defensive end was a standout in Super Bowl XLVIII, notching eight sacks and three recovered fumbles, as the underdog Seahawks routed