Chris Baker

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Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 320
Born:
College: Hampton
Birth Place: Windsor, Connecticut
Draft: Undrafted
  • 2017 AFC East Outlook: New York Jets
    Buffalo Rumblings

    2017 AFC East Outlook: New York Jets

    In 2015, the New York Jets looked like a team on the rise. They had fired loudmouthed head coach Rex Ryan and replaced him with the reserved, focused, and still-fiery Todd Bowles. The team was 10-5, on the verge of its first playoff appearance since 2010, and all that stood in their way was a date with the Buffalo Bills, who had already been eliminated from playoff contention. We know what happened next. Former Buffalo Bills’ quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick melted down in epic Fitzpatrician fashion, throwing three interceptions in the fourth quarter. The 22-17 loss dropped the Jets to 10-6, and a victory that same week by the Pittsburgh Steelers eliminated the Jets from contention. Rather than building

  • After never winning, Stanley C. Panther wins again at Mascot Games
    Miami Herald

    After never winning, Stanley C. Panther wins again at Mascot Games

    There is the Stanley Cup, and now there is Stanley’s Cup. After going 0-for-forever, Stanley C. Panther of the NHL Florida Panthers not only raised the Cup once but twice at the Wawa Mascot Games. Stanley represented the OUC The Reliable One Green Team along with Chomps of the NFL Cleveland Browns, Tommy Hawk of the NHL Chicago Blackhawks, Hugo of the NBA Charlotte Hornets, Rocky the Bull of the NCAA University of South Florida, and team captain Stuff the Magic Dragon of the NBA Orlando Magic. Miguel Colon Jr. was the team’s honorary coach. Stanley started the two-day event by helping the OUC The Reliable One Green Team win the Mascot Games trophy on Friday, June 23 at the Amway Center. It marked

  • Chris Godwin dishes on QBs, Bucs' weapons and the rookie transition
    The Draft Wire

    Chris Godwin dishes on QBs, Bucs' weapons and the rookie transition

    One of the biggest steals in the 2017 NFL draft, Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Chris Godwin landed in one of the NFL’s most promising young offenses. The Bucs snatched up Godwin with the 84th overall pick in the third round, adding him to an already dangerous unit that includes Mike Evans and DeSean Jackson, along with quarterback Jameis Winston and 2017 first-round pick, O.J. Howard. Before making the jump to the pros, Godwin put together three solid seasons at Penn State, accumulating nearly 2,500 receiving yards. In this exclusive interview, Godwin dishes on the game-day atmosphere at Beaver Stadium, what to expect from Nittany Lions running back Saquon Barkley in 2017, what he took from