Seattle, WA. - NFL defensive end and record-setting Mountaineer Bruce Irvin is heading back to his 'home' in the NFL, where his career all began. Irvin announced on Twitter Wednesday that he is returning to the Seattle Seahawks.
Irvin was drafted 15th overall in the 2012 NFL Draft by the
Charlotte, N.C. - The Saturday of the 2019 NFL Draft weekend will always be a special moment for Mountaineer Will Grier, as he was the most recent quarterback picked by the Carolina Panthers since Cam Newton in 2011. The Panthers organization looks vastly different from that late April weekend and
Bruce Irvin has found himself a part of many winning teams since coming to West Virginia. As his career is now flourishing in the NFL, it appears that Irvin finds himself winning wherever he goes.
In his first year with the Oakland Raiders, after coming from Super Bowl champions Seattle Seahawks,
We examine Seahawks' guard Mark Glowinski and his emerging role for the team.
Last season, rookie Mark Glowinski shared the Seahawks bench with fellow Mountaineer Bruce Irvin. In Glowinksi's second season in the NFL, Glowinski looks to grow into a more defined role with the team as the lone Mountaineer on the
One of Oakland's newest off-season additions, Bruce Irvin, is going into the summer as easily one of the best pickups the Raiders got going into the NFL Draft (closing in on fellow Mountaineer Karl Joseph's first round selection). Irvin had been a vital part of the Seahawks defense over the
In part two of our two-part series on WVUPros and NFL free agency, we look at two WVUPros currently in the midst of their free agency period. Seattle Seahawks player Bruce Irvin and Cincinnati Bengal Adam "Pacman" Jones, along with other Top NFL Free Agents, are currently unsure of where
With the 2015 NFL Draft upon us, writers from WVUPros and BlueGoldSports.com will team up and give you our predictions on where some of your favorite Mountaineers might land. Today, we look at Quinton Spain and where he might land in the draft.
Spain earned several honors in his time at WVU and recognition for