All the talk recently has been about how the Ducks were too soft to beat Ohio State. We thought we were different this year, tougher, more stout up the middle and we could compete with the big boys. I’d say…
Fantasy football fight, Oregon Duck beer pong and John Boyett arrested in the latest Where Did The Week Go.
When news broke that Don Pellum was going to be Oregon’s new defensive coordinator, a number of people asked me how it would affect recruiting. “It won’t,” I said, “the thing to watch is whether or not John Neal stays put.” I was worried, since I knew that Neal really wanted that defensive coordinator position. How would he react to …
The Denver Broncos announced Tuesday that they have signed John Boyett to their practice squad. Boyett is a former Oregon safety who was originally drafted by the Indianapolis Colts in the sixth round of the 2013 NFL Draft. He was released from the Colts earlier this year after he was arrested in Indianapolis on Sept. 2. […]
Former Oregon safety John Boyett has been arrested and it’s quite the story. “You can’t arrest me, I’m a Colts player,” Boyett yelled after being caught.
The 2013 NFL Draft is quickly approaching, with several athletes from the University of Oregon projected to be drafted in the first to mid-to-late rounds. Seeking to provide you with coverage of these athletes as they continue their athletic careers, Eugene Daily News is bringing you profiles of each player in the week leading up to the draft, with the final profile coming out on Thursday.
Last Thursday, Oregon hosted its Pro Day for the latest batch of NFL-prospects to come out of Eugene. Although it’s the Ducks speedy, electrifying offense that gets national recognition (not even going to mention their uniforms – oops, just did), it’s the players on the defensive side of the ball that has all the scouts’ attention.
Next Friday, Jordan will take a big step in his journey to the NFL, when he will fly to Indianapolis to work out at the NFL Scouting Combine, a series of physical and mental tests designed to help NFL coaches, general managers, and scouts determine the value of NFL prospects.