Dan Santucci

#77G,
Height: 6' 4"
Weight: 305
Born:
College: Notre Dame
Birth Place: Chicago, Illinois
Draft: 2007 7th round (20th pick) by the
  • Keyshawn Johnson sets terms for son’s return to Nebraska football after pot charge
    The Charlotte Observer

    Keyshawn Johnson sets terms for son’s return to Nebraska football after pot charge

    Where there’s smoke, there’s fire. But in the case of Nebraska wide receiver Keyshawn Johnson Jr., it’s now his dad, the former NFL and Southern Cal star, supplying the heat. The younger Johnson, cited earlier this month on suspicion of marijuana possession by university police, has taken an extended leave of absence from the Cornhuskers program, according to news outlets in Nebraska and the Associated Press. His father, an ESPN analyst who played one season for the Carolina Panthers, told the Omaha World-Herald that the decision to withdraw from Nebraska was a mutual decision reached among himself, Cornhuskers coach Mike Riley and the school’s athletics department. You’re in college now. You’re

  • LOOK: Antonio Brown is working out in a Panthers helmet and no one knows why
    CBS Sports

    LOOK: Antonio Brown is working out in a Panthers helmet and no one knows why

    It's a good thing that Snapchat was invented, because if it wasn't, I'm not quite sure what Antonio Brown would be doing with himself this offseason.  The Steelers wide receiver, who uses Snapchat pretty much nonstop, has stepped up his snapping game over the past week by adding a few interesting surprises.  The first surprise came Monday when he somehow got NFL commissioner Roger Goodell to show up on his Snapchat. Although I'm not sure it counts as an NFL record, I'm pretty sure this was the first time that Goodell had ever showed up on an active player's Snapchat.  Brown's Snapchat antics continued Wednesday when he decided to share a video that confused nearly everyone who saw it. In the

  • Malik Monk is about to light it up for Charlotte Hornets
    charlotteobserver

    Malik Monk is about to light it up for Charlotte Hornets

    For the first time in a long time Thursday night, I agreed 100 percent with the Charlotte Hornets’ first-round draft choice. Malik Monk, the most electric shooter in the NBA draft, was the obvious selection for the Hornets’ first-round pick at No. 11 once the rest of the top 10 picks fell the way they did. And the Hornets didn’t mess it up – as they are often wont to do when it comes to drafting – in selecting the former Kentucky star who is already planning to be something special next season. “I’m trying to be rookie of the year,” Monk said shortly after the draft. Then he repeated the statement later so you knew he meant it. I just keep thinking about that 47-point game Monk had against eventual