Ray Willis

Height: 6' 6"
Weight: 304
College: Florida State
Birth Place: Angleton, Texas
Draft: 2005 4th round (4th pick) by the
  • Houston Texans OL loses 21 pounds
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    Houston Texans OL loses 21 pounds

    May 27 (UPI) -- Weight has literally been lifted from the Houston Texans' offensive line this year. Right guard Jeff Allen lost 21 pounds this offseason, according to the Houston Chronicle. "I feel good; I lost a few pounds," Allen told the Chronicle. "I think it will be beneficial for me this season. I've done a lot of hard work, a lot of cardio. I changed my diet. I'm eating a little cleaner. I have a better understanding of what I need from my body. Allen, 27, played the first four years of his career for the Kansas City Chiefs. He was heavily pursued by the Chicago Bears and Atlanta Falcons during the 2016 offseason before landing a five-year, $28 million pact with the Texans. Allen had two

  • Panthers add DE from the UK to practice squad
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    Panthers add DE from the UK to practice squad

    The Carolina Panthers added some talent this week from the other side of the globe. On Thursday, the team added Nigerian born and London-raised defensive end Efe Obada to their practice squad. When the news broke, Obada told NFL Films how he got into football and the effect it has had on him as a man: Carolina was awarded Obada through the NFL’s International Player Pathway Program, which gave each NFC South team an under-the-radar prospect from outside of the United States. He has previously spent time on the practice squads for several teams around the league, including the Dallas Cowboys, Kansas City Chiefs and Atlanta Falcons. If nothing else, Obada’s size should make him an attractive option

  • How the Bills can tweak their roster to snag a 2018 third-round pick

    How the Bills can tweak their roster to snag a 2018 third-round pick

    Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer Close Previously covered the Patriots for ESPNBoston.com Providence College graduate Follow on Twitter The Buffalo Bills already have an extra 2018 first-round pick as a result of a draft-night trade last month with the Kansas City Chiefs. But if new Bills general manager Brandon Beane wants an additional third-round pick next spring, he can snag one in the coming months through the NFL's compensatory draft pick system. Currently, the Bills are not projected by OverTheCap.com to receive any compensatory picks in the 2018 draft because they signed more unrestricted free agents (seven) to qualifying contracts than they lost to deals elsewhere (five). That can be fixed.