Chandler Catanzaro

#7K,
FGM
21
Long
60
XPM
43
Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 200
Born:
College: Clemson
Birth Place: Greenville, South Carolina
Draft: Undrafted
  • Bowles won't stop Jets from protesting during anthem
    SNY

    Bowles won't stop Jets from protesting during anthem

    Ralph Vacchiano | Facebook | Twitter | Archive FLORHAM PARK, N.J. - In the wake of the ugly riots in Charlottesville, Va., there's a possibility that more NFL players will decline to stand for the national anthem during preseason games this weekend, joining a protest started by Colin Kaepernick last year. So far there's no indication any Jets players will join them. But if they do, their coach will have their back. "We don't have a rule book on what's right to protest and not protest," Bowles said at Jets training camp on Wednesday. "You don't know those things until the course of time, whether it's sitting for the anthem, whether it's raising your fist, wither it's speaking out, a walk to Washington

  • Harvard star enjoying this Jets run for however long it lasts
    New York Post

    Harvard star enjoying this Jets run for however long it lasts

    Nearly all of Anthony Firkser’s teammates had left the practice field long before, but the Jets rookie fullback lingered a bit longer, signing autographs for several children screaming for a player who never heard his name called in the NFL draft. “They were all excited, and I’m like, ‘How do you guys know my name?’ ” Firkser said. “It’s been a pretty surreal experience.” Less than four months ago, the Harvard product had a draft party on the event’s final day, hoping he might hear his name called in the final round. After 253 disappointing selections, the draft was done. Minutes later, the party picked up, as Firkser was contacted by the Jets, who were interested in bringing him to New Jersey

  • How would Jets coach Todd Bowles react to an anthem protest?
    ESPN.com

    How would Jets coach Todd Bowles react to an anthem protest?

    Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer Close Longtime Jets beat writer for New York Daily News Syracuse University graduate Follow on Twitter FLORHAM PARK, N.J -- It hasn't happened to the New York Jets yet, but coach Todd Bowles said he'd support a player who decided to protest during the national anthem. “It’s their individual right," Bowles said Wednesday after practice. "We don’t have a rule book on what’s right to protest and not protest. We don’t know those things until the course of time, whether it’s sitting for the anthem, whether it’s raising a fist, whether it’s speaking out, whether it’s a walk to Washington ... who’s to say whose protest is good or bad?" Former San Francisco 49ers quarterback