Andre Martin

#43CB,
Height: 5' 11"
Weight: 197
Born:
College: North Dakota State
Birth Place: St. Louis, Missouri
Draft: Undrafted
  • John Elway confident he'll get a contract extension before 2017 NFL season
    Broncos Wire

    John Elway confident he'll get a contract extension before 2017 NFL season

    John Elway’s contract with the Broncos will expire after the 2017 season, but the general manager is confident an extension will get done. “We’re continuing to work at it,” Elway said on Wednesday evening after receiving an award from the Mizel Institute for his philanthropy. “I don’t see any problems with that. I look forward to being here with the Broncos for a long time.” Elway also noted that he believes an extension will get done before the 2017 season begins. There have been rumors in recent months that Elway could leave Colorado to join the Los Angeles Rams, but Elway said he has no plans of moving. “This will always be my home. [I’m] not going anywhere. As a kid, I moved around quite

  • Rams Wire Daily: What about Todd Gurley? Andrew Whitworth Highlights
    Rams Wire

    Rams Wire Daily: What about Todd Gurley? Andrew Whitworth Highlights

    We found the most important stories about the Los Angeles Rams. Today’s edition focuses on Todd Gurley and his role in McVay’s offense. Every day, we will include the best stories about the Rams. We will also devote one section of our recaps to a video highlight. Let us know if you think a story should be included in our daily post by sending us a tweet @TheRamsWire! There’s been plenty of talk about how head coach Sean McVay and his offensive system should aid in improving quarterback Jared Goff. But there are plenty of other players the new scheme will affect. One of them is running back Todd Gurley, who’s had a favorable impression of the offense thus far. Read more Fans of the Los Angeles

  • One reason folks are skeptical rainfall caused delay for Rams stadium
    Rams Wire

    One reason folks are skeptical rainfall caused delay for Rams stadium

    The new Los Angeles Rams stadium in Inglewood will be delayed for an entire season, which also pushed the Super Bowl back a year as well. Reports indicated that atypical rain in Southern California was to blame. But this is not the first time the Rams have used poor weather as an excuse. In fact, we posted about a storm in February 2016 that pushed the beginning of construction back. CBS Sports reports NFL owners are skeptical about the setback of the Rams stadium. Some may wonder what, if any, benefit the team has to postpone construction. Why would it not be simply a question of rainfall? One possible reason unrelated to the weather is troubles with the Federal Aviation Administration considering