Jake Grove

#64C,
Height: 6' 4"
Weight: 300
Born:
College: Virginia Tech
Birth Place: Johnson City, Tennessee
Draft: 2004 2nd round (13th pick) by the
  • Hey, Jerry Jones: Don’t forget to thank Jimmy Johnson at your Hall of Fame enshrinement
    SportsDay

    Hey, Jerry Jones: Don’t forget to thank Jimmy Johnson at your Hall of Fame enshrinement

    CANTON, Ohio -- What started at a Tex-Mex restaurant over a plate of nachos in Dallas 28 years ago ends on a stage at the Pro Football Hall of Fame next month. Jimmy Johnson and Jerry Jones, together again. Jones will be there for his enshrinement into the Hall of Fame. Johnson will be on the stage Aug. 5 as the presenter for one of Jones' Hall of Fame classmates, defensive end Jason Taylor. Johnson drafted Taylor for the Miami Dolphins. He also drafted the players who put three Super Bowl rings on the hand of Jones. Two of his Dallas selections became Hall of Famers, Troy Aikman and the NFL's all-time leading rusher Emmitt Smith, and 10 more became Pro Bowlers. Back in 1992, the smart money

  • Fox News

    All-Star edition of 'Marlins ClubHouse' premieres July 21 on FOX Sports Florida

    MIAMI (July 20, 2017)FOX Sports Florida, the statewide television home of the Miami Marlins, will be premiering an all-new episode of Marlins ClubHousetomorrownight at6 p.m.Marlins ClubHouse is a magazine-style show co-hosted by FOX Sports Florida digital hostKelly Sacoand kid reporter,Josephine, making her television debut. All-Star Week was quite a ride for baseball fans, and Marlins ClubHouse was on-site at all the festivities to present a fun, all-access look at what happens when the Midsummer Classic comes to Miami. From FanFest in Miami Beach, where our hosts got into the "swing" of things, to PlayBall Park in Bayfront Park, where Kelly and Josephine had the chance to compete at the site

  • Ravens are looking for a new airline in 2017 and beyond
    Ravens Wire

    Ravens are looking for a new airline in 2017 and beyond

    In April, American Airlines dropped the Baltimore Ravens from their charter flights along with the Pittsburgh Steelers, Miami Dolphins, Arizona Cardinals, Indianapolis Colts and Jacksonville Jaguars. So the Ravens are looking for a new ride as they travel over the course of the 2017 season and beyond. Baltimore has yet to settle on a new arrangement, according to Pro Football Talk. With preseason games set to begin in less than a month, the Ravens — particularly owner Steve Bisciotti — need to make a decision in a hurry. While some would question how NFL teams could even be in this position with all of the money they make, expenses for hundreds of people for 10 road games at the minimum (eight