Naufahu Tahi

#45RB,
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 254
Born:
College: Brigham Young
Birth Place: Fontana, California
Draft: Undrafted
  • Jaguars Daily: Doug Marrone on Memorial Day
    Big Cat Country

    Jaguars Daily: Doug Marrone on Memorial Day

    Jacksonville Jaguars head coach Doug Marrone wants players to know the importance of Memorial Day - FirstCoastNews.com Following a week of organized team activities, Jaguars Head Coach Doug Marrone asked his players to take a moment to reflect on the importance of Memorial Day. Marrone tries to teach his players about the importance of the day. He believes it's the right thing to do. "Everywhere I’ve been for Memorial Day, I’ve always wanted to make sure that we understood what the day is about," Marrone said on Friday. Former Dallas Cowboys executive thinks Jacksonville Jaguars and Houston Texans have strongest rosters in AFC South - BigCatCountry.com Former Dallas Cowboys vice president of

  • Cardinals aren't placing burden of Calais Campbell on Robert Nkemdiche
    Cards Wire

    Cardinals aren't placing burden of Calais Campbell on Robert Nkemdiche

    The Arizona Cardinals lost a key part of their defensive line in the offseason when veteran Calais Campbell signed a four-year, $60 million contract with the Jacksonville Jaguars. His consistent production over the years will be hard to replace. However, the Cardinals believe they can and drafted Robert Nkemdiche in the first round a year ago to do just that. However, the Cardinals are making sure not to place the pressure of being Calais Campbell on the youngster. “I told him, ‘Robert, you don’t have to be anything but the best Robert Nkemdiche you can be, and I’m cool with that,'” defensive line coach Brentson Buckner said (via the official team site). “If you give me 100 percent of Robert

  • AFC OTA Surprises: Pass-catchers dominate
    UPI

    AFC OTA Surprises: Pass-catchers dominate

    Off-season practices are not where offensive linemen establish themselves. OTAs (organized team activities) and minicamps are made to order for "skill-position" players that can stand out running around in shorts. That is evident in this look at early surprises in a full week of OTAs for AFC teams heading toward this week's OTAs, although Buffalo and the L.A. Chargers won't be on the field. Asked to identify surprises of the week, our writers on the scene named four wide receivers, three each of tight ends and cornerbacks and one quarterback that caught the eye of the coaches. But, yes, there was one tackle and one center. There were also five rookies among the 16 AFC surprises. WR Breshad Perriman: