Tiquan Underwood

#11WR,
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 185
Born:
College: Rutgers
Birth Place: Lawrenceville, New Jersey
Draft: 2009 7th round (44th 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

  • UPI

    Carolina Panthers tight end Greg Olsen could hold out of training camp

    June 21 (UPI) -- Veteran tight end Greg Olsen didn't dismiss a hold out from Carolina Panthers training camp when asked recently about the possibility during a radio interview. Olsen appeared on Adam Schefter's Know Them From Adam podcast, which was posted Wednesday. Schefter asked Olsen directly if he would consider holding out of training camp. "I think it's early on right now. I think as the summer goes on and we get some feedback from the organization about how they feel, we'll make the best decision that we can," Olsen said. "But I'd be lying if I didn't say that we feel very strongly about where we should be in that totem pole of the top tight ends. I'd be hard pressed to find anybody that

  • Bills preview: Sean McDermott's arrival gives Buffalo needed reboot
    USA Today

    Bills preview: Sean McDermott's arrival gives Buffalo needed reboot

    1. Buffalo is starting from scratch again Head coach Rex Ryan and general manager Doug Whaley were fired, as was the entire scouting and personnel staff. Sean McDermott is the new coach; his former colleague with the Carolina Panthers, Brandon Beane, is the new GM, and together they will chart the course for a Bills team that has failed to make the playoffs for 17 years in a row. That’s the longest drought for any team in the four major North American sports. The first step, now that Beane has been hired, is to build the scouting staff so they can begin to prepare for the upcoming college football season. 2. Despite doubts, Taylor is back and entrenched as the starter No one should think otherwise.