Category: Eric Berry

Eric Berry On Returning From Torn ACL: “This Was Like My Rookie Year All Over Again”

Monday, November 12th, 2012

It's been a trying season for the Kansas City Chiefs, who have been comically sloppy from the beginning of the year despite relatively high expectations. The 1-7 Chiefs, who haven't led in regulation all season, made some big changes after their latest loss, and now enter tonight's game against Pittsburgh ...

Eric Berry Discusses his Rehab from a Torn ACL, Reacts to Offseason Changes in Kansas City

Friday, March 30th, 2012

It seemed the Chiefs were cursed in 2011. The defending AFC West champions stood little chance to compete when, at the get-go, they saw three bright young stars go down with torn ACLs. The highest touted player of that batch was Eric Berry, a 22-year-old former No. 5 overall pick ...

Stevie Johnson on New-Look Buffalo Bills’ Week 1 Win: “This is a new team, a new Buffalo Bills.”"

Tuesday, September 13th, 2011

The Buffalo Bills have a new set of uniforms, a new-look roster, and a new field. Perhaps they're headed for new results on the field and win column as well. Opening Sunday of the 2011 NFL season certainly had some eye-opening games, one of which was Buffalo's 41-7 road drubbing ...

Todd Haley Slowly Molding the Chiefs In His Vision

Wednesday, May 5th, 2010

There's reason to be optimistic once again if you're a fan of the Kansas City Chiefs. Year one of the Todd Haley experiment was met with mixed results - his fiery, abrasive demeanor rubbed some the wrong way, while others were pleased that the team was able to win four ...

Eric Berry and Lane Kiffin Land Their Dream Jobs

Tuesday, April 20th, 2010

Former Tennessee football Head Coach Lane Kiffin may already be immortalized in the words of Lil Wayne, but former Tennessee head ball-hawk (and All-American safety) may soon be immortalized as one of the league's great safeties along with the likes of Ed Reed and Troy Polamalu. After one year together ...

Eric Berry Won’t Drop Past the Buccaneers

Friday, February 26th, 2010

Every year there are plenty of college football players that decide to forgo their remaining years of eligibility and enter the NFL Draft.  Most of them, in my opinion, have made the wrong decision and should have stayed in school to polish their skills, but every now and then there is ...

Taylor Mays Listens to “Crazy” Sparano Not Draft Experts

Wednesday, February 17th, 2010

When it comes to the NFL Draft, teams place added value on quarterbacks, offensive tackles and defensive linemen, while safeties are rarely taken early in the first round. However, most of the best teams in the league have elite safeties. Look at the difference that Darren Sharper made to the ...