DURHAM, N.C. - With NFL teams either winding down OTAs or mandatory mini camps beginning, many former Blue Devils have been on the gridiron and impressing. Below are photos, videos, tweets and articles covering Duke's NFL members.
Highlighting the week were Kenny Anunike and Juwan Thompson meeting President Barack Obama as part of the Denver Broncos' Super Bowl visit to the White House. A video of the trip can be found here.
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"Cash made a good impression on Carolina Panthers officials at his pro day at Duke and during subsuquent interviews and was signed as an undrafted free agent shortly after the draft ended."
Undrafted Duke standout Jeremy Cash eager to get opportunity with defending NFC champion Panthers
by Richard Walker, Gaston Gazette
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"The forgotten man in those discussions, at least publicly, is Ross Cockrell. The Steelers haven’t forgotten."
Young Steelers CBs must get through Ross Cockrell -- yes, Ross Cockrell
by Jeremy Fowler, ESPN Staff Writer
Cockrell, Golden getting big opportunity for Steelers
by F. Dale Lolley, Observer-Reporter
"Through the first two weeks of organized team activities (OTAs), the work Cockrell gets in practice is still predominantly in off coverage, he said, and he has been taking first-team reps."
Steelers CB Ross Cockrell talks changing Pittsburgh defense, his place in it
by Jacob Klinger, PennLive.com
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"The underrated aspect of the group remains second-year receiver Jamison Crowder."
Crowder to 'make plays' in deep Redskins WR corps
by Kevin Patra, Around the NFL writer
"Jamison Crowder set the bar high for rookie wide receiver contributions despite not having a starting role. Last season he recorded a franchise rookie record with his 59 catches to go with his 604 yards, two touchdowns and 34 first downs."
Redskins mailbag: On breakout players and whether wide receiver was a draft need
by Mike Jones, Washington Post
Video feature - Dream Catcher Braxton Deaver
"Moments later, quarterback Thad Lewis hit DeAndrew White for a leaping touchdown on a fade route in the other corner for the end zone against cornerback Keith Reaser for an 8-yard score."
49ers minicamp observations: Offense wins the day
by Matt Maiocco, CSN Bay Area
"Thad Lewis made back-to-back impressive throws during the team red-zone portion."
15 Observations from Day 2 of 49ers Mandatory Minicamp
by Joe Fann, 49ers.com Team Reporter
Video - Highlights from mini camp
Nick Folk and rookie Ross Martin both good on 58-yard field goals. #nyj— Rich Cimini (@RichCimini) June 8, 2016
Rookie Ross Martin also hits from 58. Both Martin and Folk made up for their misses from 50.— Eric Allen (@eallenjets) June 8, 2016
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"Vincent Rey will fill in admirably again."
How the Bengals will weather Vontaze Burfict's suspension
by Coley Harvey, ESPN Staff Writer
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