Gabe Ikard

#60C,
Height: 6' 4"
Weight: 304
Born:
College: Oklahoma
Birth Place: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Draft: Undrafted
  • Yardbarker

    Derek Carr is worth every penny for the Oakland Raiders

    Early Thursday morning, in a move that had been anticipated for days, the Oakland Raiders made Derek Carr not just the highest paid quarterback, but the highest paid player in the NFL in terms of average yearly salary.  Entering just his fourth season in the league, there is no doubt that Carr is one of the NFL’s brightest young players, however, is he truly worth the 5-year, $125 million deal the Raiders awarded him?  The answer is a very simple, and emphatic, yes. Carr may not yet be better than the top-tier quarterbacks whom he will be earning more than, such as Aaron Rodgers, Tom Brady, Ben Roethlisberger and Drew Brees, but he didn’t get paid because he is the best quarterback in the league. 

  • Cleveland Browns Training Camp 2017: QB Preview, Part 2
    Dawgs By Nature

    Cleveland Browns Training Camp 2017: QB Preview, Part 2

    In Part 1 of our QB preview for the Cleveland Browns, we looked at the top two players on the depth chart in Cody Kessler and Brock Osweiler. Now in Part 2, we look at one player who could offer serious competition (DeShone Kizer) and another who is probably just going to end up being a camp arm (Kevin Hogan). 3. DeShone Kizer - Rookie QB Height: 6-4 | Weight: 233 lbs | Age: 21 Experience: Rookie | College: Notre Dame Taken in the 2nd round of this year’s draft, Kizer was the 52nd overall pick. Looking at all four quarterbacks on the roster, that makes Kizer the highest pick on the team, since Osweiler was taken 57th overall back in 2012 by the Denver Broncos. Considering that no one on Cleveland’s

  • Cleveland Browns positional preview: cornerback
    Browns Wire

    Cleveland Browns positional preview: cornerback

    Like most units on this Cleveland Brown squad, the cornerback depth is not complete, but appears to be heading in the right direction and maybe closer than most think. The only real changes to this unit are the departure of aging Tramon Williams, signing Jason McCourty and the drafting of Howard Wilson. Here is what we can expect from each player on the depth chart at the cornerback position. The last two seasons for Haden have been disappointing and that is in large part due to constant injuries, but even when he was listed as healthy he was underwhelming. It has become a yearly tradition to hear the overly confident corner tell us he is healthy and ready to go, but he has used this off-season