Omar Gaither

Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 235
College: Tennessee
Birth Place: Charlotte, North Carolina
Draft: 2006 5th round (35th pick) by the
  • Michael Vick plans to retire as a member of the Falcons
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    Michael Vick plans to retire as a member of the Falcons

    Michael Vick played the first six seasons of his career with the Falcons and now hopes to officially end his career in Atlanta. Michael Vick’s unconventional and controversial NFL career is over and he plans to end it where it all began. In a conversation with 92.9 The Game in Atlanta, Vick said he’s been in talks with the Atlanta Falcons to sign a one-day contract and retire with the team that drafted him with the No. 1 pick in the 2001 NFL Draft.

  • Houston Texans OL loses 21 pounds

    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

  • Which major Seahawks name will be gone by 2018?
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    Which major Seahawks name will be gone by 2018?

    Turnover on the Seattle Seahawks roster since 43-8 has been high. A mile high, you might even say. By the end of 2016, most of the men who discombobulated the Denver Broncos were out of the NFL or on other teams. 46 Seahawks appeared in XLVIII. In the season-ending playoff loss to the Atlanta Falcons three years later, only 16 of the same men were active. Thirty of them vanished. However, big-time star turnover remained low. Sure, Golden Tate got more money from Detroit; Russell Okung talked the Broncos into a weird deal with lots of dollars attached; Byron Maxwell hit the Philadelphia Powerball; Bruce Irvin is in Oakland making coin with other assorted Seahawks, some of whom took a more circuitous