Jeremy Deering

#39S,
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 209
Born:
College: Rutgers
Birth Place: Tampa, Florida
Draft: Undrafted
  • Fox News

    Buccaneers, Jaguars to hold joint practices before preseason game

    JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) -- The Jacksonville Jaguars will host the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for two joint training camp practices before their preseason game in August. The teams will practice Monday and Tuesday before playing Thursday night, Aug. 17. The Jaguars also will have two joint practices at New England a week earlier, before their preseason opener. New coach Doug Marrone and top executive Tom Coughlin want the Jaguars to be more physical. Holding joint practices in consecutive weeks will make that clear to the players. Marrone says he's a fan of joint practices "as long as you can make sure that it is competitive and not combative." The Jaguars and Bucs also practiced together in Jacksonville

  • Davon House's return amps up Green Bay Packers' secondary competition in OTAs
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    Davon House's return amps up Green Bay Packers' secondary competition in OTAs

    GREEN BAY -- Plenty has changed since Davon House last played for the Green Bay Packers on Jan. 18, 2015. Fellow defensive backs Tramon Williams, Sam Shields, Casey Hayward and Micah Hyde no longer are with the team, as they all were when the Packers suffered the forgettable 28-22 overtime loss at the Seattle Seahawks in the NFC Championship during the 2014 season. As House returned to the Packers this year after what turned out to be a two-season getaway in Florida with the Jacksonville Jaguars, the once-former understudy to those aforementioned mentors has been entrusted as a leader in the secondary. "From when I was here before, we had Sam and Tramon, so they were THE guys," House said Tuesday.

  • Who lost the offseason? From Kaepernick to the Texans, here are 10 candidates
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    Who lost the offseason? From Kaepernick to the Texans, here are 10 candidates

    You can't win a Super Bowl in the offseason, but you can lose one. Unless you're the Atlanta Falcons , that is. How else do you explain losing the Super Bowl when you're holding a 28-3 third-quarter lead against the New England Patriots ? Case in point: Last year's Houston Texans , a playoff-caliber team that the made bold move last offseason to hand Brock Osweiler  a mega-deal despite never really even meeting with him or seeing him play high-quality football. Osweiler ended up throwing more interceptions than touchdowns, was replaced at times by Tom Savage  and failed to turn the Texans into a championship-caliber team. The Texans' reckless bet on Osweiler didn't just doom their season, it