Chase Blackburn

#93LB,
Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 240
Born:
College: Akron
Birth Place: Marysville, Ohio
Draft: Undrafted
  • Yardbarker

    New York Giants: Odell Beckham Jr’s dominance over Josh Norman

    To be successful in a tough, and physical, sport like the NFL, a player has to have the mental toughness to deal with the physicality of the league. Every player in the NFL is physical, but only a select few has the mentality to be in the trenches every week throughout the season. There has been some classic trash talkers throughout the history of the NFL, but in today’s game, the one player who probably wears the crown as the king of trash talk is Josh Norman. During Norman’s breakout season, he developed a fierce rivalry with New York Giants star wide receiver, Odell Beckham Jr. During their Week 15 encounter, both players channeled their inner Rick James and habitually stepped over the lines of the NFL rule book — which led to a hefty fine for Norman and a one-game suspension for Beckham.

  • Rookie Taylor Moton is promising, but Michael Oher key for tackle depth
    ESPN.com

    Rookie Taylor Moton is promising, but Michael Oher key for tackle depth

    CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- In some form or fashion, offensive tackle Michael Oher was a part of many of your questions on the Carolina Panthers this Memorial Day weekend. This one hit on many aspects. The question centered on depth at tackle if Oher, who has been in the concussion protocol since September and hasn't participated in organized team activities thus far, doesn't play this season. Let's backtrack. A league source told me last week that Oher plans to be at the June 13-15 minicamp and play for the Panthers this season if he passes the concussion protocol. In late March general manager Dave Gettleman showed optimism, reminding Oher was working out five days a week and was doing football-type

  • This Jonathan Stewart stat proves he still has a place with Panthers
    Panthers Wire5 hours ago

    This Jonathan Stewart stat proves he still has a place with Panthers

    When the Carolina Panthers used their first-round pick on Christian McCaffrey in last month’s NFL draft, a lot of people jumped to the conclusion that Jonathan Stewart’s days with the team were numbered. While McCaffrey’s potential is exciting and he will probably eventually replace Stewart, that day may not come for some time. McCaffrey is an excellent pass-catching running back who can run routes out of the backfield with the best of then, but when it comes to downhill, between-the-tackles kind of running nobody does it better than Stewart. In fact, over the last two years Stewart has broken more tackles than any other running back in the NFL, and it’s not even close. Take a look at this chart