Eric Weems

#14WR,
Height: 5' 9"
Weight: 195
Born:
College: Bethune-Cookman
Birth Place: Ormond Beach, Florida
Draft: Undrafted
  • Big-name NFL rookies holding out again? Why it's possible
    ESPN.com

    Big-name NFL rookies holding out again? Why it's possible

    Dan Graziano ESPN Staff Writer Close Joined ESPN in 2011 New Jersey native and author of two published novels Follow on Twitter Could a 2017 first-round draft pick do what Joey Bosa did last year and hold out of training camp while his contract remains unsigned? Absolutely. More than one could, in fact. With a little more than a week to go before the start of most NFL training camps, a surprising six first-round picks remain unsigned, including three of the top six. Those three are Solomon Thomas of the San Francisco 49ers (No. 3), Corey Davis of the Tennessee Titans (No. 5) and Jamal Adams of the New York Jets (No. 6). Six is an unusually high number of unsigned first-rounders for this time

  • Ex-Titan Michael Oher due in court on Uber driver assault charge
    The Tennessean

    Ex-Titan Michael Oher due in court on Uber driver assault charge

    Former Tennessee Titans football player Michael Oher, whose journey to the NFL is memorialized in the book and film "The Blind Side," is due in court Friday morning for a hearing in connection to an assault charge in Nashville. Oher was charged with misdemeanor assault in the early morning of April 14. Nashville police said Oher pushed and kicked his Uber driver over an apparent dispute with the fare. Oher, who has been in the NFL's concussion protocol since September, was released from the Carolina Panthers on Thursday with a failed physical designation. Oher is due in court before Davidson County General Sessions Judge Melissa Blackburn for a preliminary hearing. The judge is expected to listen

  • Ex-Raiders LB Kirk Morrison thinks Derek Carr will be NFL's best in 5 years
    Raiders Wire

    Ex-Raiders LB Kirk Morrison thinks Derek Carr will be NFL's best in 5 years

    On Wednesday, former Oakland Raiders linebacker Kirk Morrison said on ESPN’s First Take that Raiders quarterback Derek Carr will be the best quarterback in the NFL five years from now. Morrison likes what he sees around Carr with “the guys he’s got on his offense” and “the chemistry he’s got going” with his teammates, as Morrison explained on the debate show. The former Aztec went on to say that Carr would be better than “Russell Wilson, Jameis Winston” and “Marcus Mariota,” who are the other young quarterbacks who could pose a threat to Carr’s throne. It is tough to put Carr over Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson at the moment, as Wilson is a Super Bowl Champion, but Carr is younger