Robert Brewster

#79T,
Height: 6' 4"
Weight: 320
Born:
College: Ball State
Birth Place: Cincinnati, Ohio
Draft: 2009 3rd round (11th pick) by the
  • ABC News

    Lucky Whitehead has broken foot, out indefinitely

    FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- Lucky Whitehead's strange summer took an unfortunate turn on Tuesday, when it was announced by the New York Jets that he will be out indefinitely with a broken left foot. Whitehead, the team's most experienced punt and kickoff returner, was injured Monday. He was spotted on crutches, wearing a walking boot Tuesday. Coach Todd Bowles said it's unclear whether Whitehead will require surgery. "I don't know if he's out for the year, but I know he's out for a little while," Bowles said. It has been an eventful few weeks for Whitehead, who was released by the Dallas Cowboys on July 24 after Virginia police announced it had issued an arrest warrant for a shoplifting charge. Whitehead

  • Report: Newly released interview of Ezekiel Elliott's accuser details claims made against Cowboys RB
    SportsDay

    Report: Newly released interview of Ezekiel Elliott's accuser details claims made against Cowboys RB

    INTERVIEWER: What happened on the 16th? THOMPSON: So the 16th, I picked him up from the airport. Everything was fine. We went home, just was hanging out. And then we had gone out that night, came home. And I asked him why a girl was calling his cell at the type of hour in the morning. INTERVIEWER: What time was it? THOMPSON: Around 3 o'clock to 5 o'clock. His phone was blowing up. INTERVIEWER: In the morning? THOMPSON: Mmhmm. INTERVIEWER: This was Saturday, correct? THOMPSON: Saturday, yes. INTERVIEWER: And then what happened? Did he respond do that? THOMPSON: He did. He said don't worry about my phone, worry about yourself. And then he started cussing at me, calling me a b**, got out of bed.

  • Tulsa QB Competition: Looking forward to opener at OSU
    Inside Tulsa Sports

    Tulsa QB Competition: Looking forward to opener at OSU

    Chad President throws a pass while Tulsa coaches look on. It will be ironic when either Luke Skipper or Chad President opens the 2017 season as the starter against Oklahoma State, each in their own way. For Skipper, it goes back to the recruiting process where the Pokes tried to steal him away from Tulsa.