Nate Ness

Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 190
College: Arizona
Birth Place: Gardena, California
Draft: Undrafted
  • Former Lions LB Stephen Tulloch builds Jamaican school, honors mother
    Lions Wire

    Former Lions LB Stephen Tulloch builds Jamaican school, honors mother

    It’s a huge day for Detroit Lions doing huge charity work in their island homelands. First Cliff Avril building 12 homes in Haiti for hurricane-displaced families, and now former linebacker Stephen Tulloch building a schoolhouse in Jamaica: Tulloch, who like Avril was born in the U.S. but had family in the islands, played five of his 11 NFL seasons in Detroit. During that time he compiled 340 tackles, 145 assists and 10 sacks. But a fan favorite at a key position wasn’t quite the same after he ruptured his ACL celebrating a sack in 2014. It seemed the relationship between Tulloch and the organization would sour after a protracted 2015 contract standoff—but Tulloch retired as a Lion earlier this

  • Reuters

    NFL-National Football League roundup

    New Orleans Saints defensive tackle Nick Fairley was placed on season-ending injured reserve Monday because of a heart issue. Fairley consulted with at least three specialists this offseason, with at least one suggesting that he no longer play football, Saints coach Sean Payton said earlier this month. The Saints are not required to pay Fairley his $1 million base salary this year because his injury was not related to football.

  • Predicting the NFL's next big-money QB deals

    Predicting the NFL's next big-money QB deals

    Dan Graziano ESPN Staff Writer Close Joined ESPN in 2011 New Jersey native and author of two published novels Follow on Twitter Derek Carr got his new contract from the Oakland Raiders last week -- a sweet, $25-million-a-year job with $40 million in full guarantees at the time of signing. It's the latest big quarterback deal to be handed out, but it surely won't be the last. Who will be next? Which quarterbacks will be looking for (and receiving) new contracts in the coming months and years? Let's take a look at the next several guys in line for big quarterback deals and hereby present our best guess as to the order in which they will sign them. With one year and $16.5 million left on his contract,