First round draft pick Karl Joseph should be seeing an increase in playing time for the Oakland Raiders in the near future. Joseph is in his rookie season alongside fellow Mountaineer, Bruce Irvin, and it sounds as though Joseph will be shouldering up into the defensive line soon. The Raiders are
Thursday night brings the start of the second week of preseason football, meaning the regular season is right around the corner. Thursday night's games have several opportunities for WVUPros match ups, as do the rest of weekend's games. In a match-up of WVUPros, Thursday night brings Raiders Bruce Irvin and Karl
Football is officially here. The preseason has begun and with that means more opportunities to see your favorite WVUPros excelling in the NFL. Friday night brought several WVUPros to the gridiron. Don Barclay and the Green Bay Packers lined up against the Cleveland Browns in a 17-11 victory over the Browns.
Johnny Holton, the older brother of former Mountaineers forward Jonathan Holton, has signed a free agent contract with the Oakland Raiders. He will join former Mountaineers Bruce Irvin and Karl Joseph. Irvin signed with the Raiders in the offseason and Joseph was the Raiders first round selection in this year's NFL
CHICAGO-- West Virginia University's hard-hitting Karl Joseph was selected 14th overall in the first round of the NFL Draft on Thursday by the Oakland Raiders. Joseph is a physical, smart, play-making safety who is a team player and plays with passion for the game. He is versatile enough to play in the
Former Mountaineer and current BlueGoldSports.com staff writer Julian Miller gives his in depth predictions of where he believes Mountaineers will go in this years NFL draft. Karl Joseph 1st round, pick 18 Indianapolis Colts - The Colts have many holes to fill which is surprising after the free agency period they had
MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--The West Virginia University secondary shined last season but it’s going through a major rebuilding phase with the departures of Karl Joseph, KJ Dillon, Terrell Chestnut, Rick Rumph and Daryl Worley. Junior safety Dravon Askew-Henry is the only returning starter for the Mountaineers, which means the coaching staff has a lot