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Logan Woodside intercepted by Bucs Don Gardner Rookie CB Don Gardner gets the first takeaway of the game for the Bucs’ defense, intercepting a deep ball down the left sideline thrown by Logan Woodside.
The development of young talent in the secondary has been a hallmark of the Los Angeles Chargers’ success.
Caleb Huntley’s stand-out season came to an early close in the second play of the Falcons vs. Saints game with an Achilles injury.
On March 27th, Boise State University’s Pro Day was a showcase for talented football players looking to impress NFL scouts and teams. Among the standout performers was Caleb Biggers.
On March 20th, the James Madison football program hosted their pro day at Beidegorth stadium, which drew the attention of more than 20 NFL scouts. A total of 12 Dukes participated, showcasing their abilities both in the weight room and on the field.
While the Chargers moved cornerback Kemon Hall (hamstring) to injured reserve Monday, the team added Layne to its 53-man roster in a corresponding move to provide further secondary depth.