Hokies in the NFL
The group for Hokies in the NFL
Taylor just can’t escape bad luck.
Dalton Keene couldn’t stay healthy in the NFL.
Raheem Blackshear is making a name for himself this summer.
Wyatt Teller played at Virginia Tech from 2013-17.
Waller signed with the Detroit Lions last month.
Arians got him a Super Bowl and will now have a role in Tampa Bay’s front office.
Settle represents one of the top values in NFL free agency
The Hokies have more players in Indianapolis than Clemson?
Johnson was Tech’s kicker for the previous three seasons.
Perhaps this becomes a permanent home for the former Hokie.
Teller has developed into one of the best guards in the NFL.
What a nice start to his NFL career.
What a day for Khalil Herbert.
Joey Slye and Brandon Facyson have new homes.
Logan Thomas still owns many of Virginia Tech’s career passing records.
Hazelton played his final season at Missouri.
Caleb Farley was selected No. 22 overall in the 2021 NFL draft by the Tennessee Titans.
This is Alexander’s fourth NFL team since entering the league in 2018.
No one deserves NFL security more than Thomas.
This was a cost-cutting move by the Bears.
Arians and two other staff members from Virginia Tech get Super Bowl rings.
Darryl Tapp will join San Francisco as an assistant defensive line coach. The next news will be who fills his shoes? Listen in as Bryan and John talk about some of the football events happening since the end of the season. GO HOKIES!!!!
Arians is going for his first Super Bowl ring as a head coach.
So, Joshua and John finish the football wrap-up conversation by looking at the issues involved in the Transfer Portal and some of the potential impacts of the NIL issue.
Logan Thomas had himself a day.
Ford joins Dalton Keene with the Patriots.
Well, let’s look at the biggest and most important factor in the long term success of a college football program. Money... I mean Pro Football.,, and the NFL Draft. The XFL is still a very secondary player and will unlikely be a big issue, but for the big programs with long term Championship designs, the NFL is king.
It’s Miami Week, and the team will soon be headed out of town to take the charter to Miami. The "Stumble Bowl" will kick off at 3:30 PM. It’d an ESPN show so Comcast viewers will see it. The ACC Network is still not on the Comcast lineup.