Maurice Stovall

Height: 6' 5"
Weight: 220
College: Notre Dame
Birth Place: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Draft: 2006 3rd round (26th pick) by the
  • ABC News

    Leonard Fournette: Time to help Jaguars get back on track

    JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Leonard Fournette didn't mean to cause a stir on social media when he said he'd consider going to the Super Bowl a successful rookie season with the Jacksonville Jaguars.  He was just being honest. After all, he has never played for a losing team before and he's not about to start now. Jacksonville selected Fournette with the fourth overall pick of the NFL draft on Thursday night. The former LSU running back said Friday he can help lead the Jaguars out of a decade of futility and into the playoffs. "Any player wants that for themselves and for the team," Fournette said, moments after showing off the No. 27 jersey he will be wearing in the fall. "I didn't mean to stir nothing

  • SB Nation

    5 best and 5 worst landing spots for Kirk Cousins in 2018

    Kirk Cousins is probably going to be a free agent next offseason. After not reaching a long-term deal with Washington before the July 17 deadline, Cousins is on a one-year deal with the team that pays $23.94 million. Washington will have a last chance to keep Cousins after the 2017 season, but franchise-tagging Cousins again would mean owing him more than $34 million in 2018, and giving him the transition tag would cost more than $28 million. The most realistic way Washington keeps him is if the team manages to negotiate a long-term deal before Cousins reaches free agency. Based on the negotiations of the last two offseasons, that seems like a long shot. So which team is going to swoop in and

  • Lil Wayne compares Falcons LB Duke Riley to Drake
    Falcons Wire

    Lil Wayne compares Falcons LB Duke Riley to Drake

    Atlanta Falcons linebacker Duke Riley is part of a new generation of athletes that are flipping the script on traditional representation. In January, the former LSU standout signed with Young Money Sports, a new sports management venture of rapper Lil Wayne. Jacksonville Jaguars rookie wide receiver Dede Westbrook is also a client. Wayne also manages a number of fairly wealthy and famous entertainers. Young Money’s biggest client is the Canadian hip hop star Drake. Apparently, Lil Wayne sees a lot of Drake in Riley, according to Vaugh McClure at ESPN: Duke’s drive to be the best, his work ethic, charisma and personality reminded me of an artist I signed on the music side of Young Money. The world