Danny Woodhead

Height: 5' 8"
Weight: 204
College: Chadron State
Birth Place: North Platte, Nebraska
Draft: Undrafted
  • Ranking the 49ers' depth chart by position
    NBCS Bay Area5 hours ago

    Ranking the 49ers' depth chart by position

    LT: Joe Staley, John Theus, Darrell Williams LG: Zane Beadles, Norman Price, John Flynn C: Daniel Kilgore, Jeremy Zuttah, Tim Barnes, Erik Magnuson RG: Joshua Garnett, Brandon Fusco, Andrew Lauderdale RT: Trent Brown, Garry Gilliam, Richard Levy The 49ers have more pieces with which to work on the line than previous seasons. The key competition is at center. Depending on how that shakes out, it could start a chain reaction that impacts the remainder of the interior O-line. Zuttah, who earned a trip to the Pro Bowl last season as a member of the Baltimore Ravens, could end up at left guard if Kilgore gets the nod at center. The new regime has no allegiance to Garnett, a first-round pick last year.

  • Ravens are among worlds most valuable sports franchises
    Ravens Wire

    Ravens are among worlds most valuable sports franchises

    The Baltimore Ravens have only been around for 22 seasons now, but they’ve certainly made their presence felt around the NFL, both in their standing in the league and their value. According to Forbes, Baltimore ranks as the 27th most valuable team in all of sports in the world at $2.3 billion which ranks 14th in the NFL and first in the AFC North. What is part of the reasoning for the Ravens being ranked so high? According to Kurt Badenhausen per Forbes, the revenue the NFL generates has a lot to do with that. “No sports league is as profitable as the NFL where the average team earned an operating profit (earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization) of $91 million and no one

  • Free Agency News: LB Zach Orr Visits With The Texans
    Battle Red Blog

    Free Agency News: LB Zach Orr Visits With The Texans

    The Texans are just two days out from training camp but that doesn’t mean they still aren’t scouring the free agent market for potential upgrades. Per Marc Berman and Aaron Wilson: Orr rose to prominence last year with the Baltimore Ravens with whom he had a starring role which lead to him being named on the All Pro Second Team. After his performances last season Orr had seemingly retired from football citing ‘‘a congenital neck condition’’ . This retirement was cut short after Orr received a ‘‘encouraging diagnosis’’ on the condition which has promted him to try and find a spot back on a NFL team. So what do you make of this news Texans fans? Do you want Orr on this team? Do you think he has