Walt Aikens

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Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 212
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College: Liberty
Birth Place: Charlotte, North Carolina
Draft: 2014 4th round (25th pick) by the
  • Jay Cutler says losing with Bears wore on him: 'No one likes losing'
    Chicago Tribune

    Jay Cutler says losing with Bears wore on him: 'No one likes losing'

    Some wondered whether Miami Dolphins quarterback Jay Cutler still had the fire in his belly, so to speak, to play football. Cutler answered that question after Monday’s practice against the Eagles in Philadelphia. “I don’t think I really ever lost it,” he said. “I just kind of channeled it in a different direction. I still wanted to be in football and still wanted to be around it, and I was going to have that opportunity through FOX. Then once this new opportunity arose, it seemed like a natural fit for me.” Cutler, the 34 year old who was coaxed out of retirement to sign with the Dolphins on Aug. 7 to replace the injured Ryan Tannehill, said he always thought about football during his three-month

  • Jets' Forte practices fully, 'no doubt' he'll play in opener
    USA Today

    Jets' Forte practices fully, 'no doubt' he'll play in opener

    FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) — Matt Forte's hamstring is feeling healthy and he's ready for some game action. The New York Jets running back practiced fully on Tuesday for the first time in more than three weeks and insists he'll be ready to play in the regular-season opener. "No doubt," said Forte, who was sidelined since July 31 with a hamstring injury that limited him to only individual drills the last several days. The Jets' projected starter at running back ran without any issues in practice Tuesday. "It felt good to finally be out there, and be more than just a jog-through," Forte said. "I hate having to watch through camp. But with an injury, you've got to do that." The 31-year-old Forte said

  • Byron Maxwell still holds a grudge against the Eagles
    Bleeding Green Nation

    Byron Maxwell still holds a grudge against the Eagles

    Let's get to the Philadelphia Eagles links ... Byron Maxwell using trade from Eagles as motivation; Kiko Alonso not so much - CSN Philly "Yeah, I would be lying if I told you I don't want to do better than the Eagles do," he said. "I do. I want to win more games than them. I want to prove them wrong." If he knows the Eagles traded him to get a franchise quarterback, how does he still use the trade as motivation? "That's just what I do," he said. "You can call it petty -- I don't know what it is. But that's just what I do, how I feel. That's just realistic. I know what it is but I still want to do better than my old team. I don't think no player wants the team to get rid of you and then they do