Arguably one of the most charitable Mountaineers is Colts punter Pat McAfee. McAfee has been known to consistently give back to those in need, especially across the state of Indiana. McAfee has his own foundation, The Pat McAfee Foundation, which gives scholarship money to children of military personnel. Now, on the
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.
Speaking to the media on Thursday, Carolina Panthers head coach Ron Rivera stated the team was, "set at the left and right," referring to the cornerback positions. The Panthers drafted two rookie cornerbacks in the 2016 NFL draft. One of those rookies was former Mountaineer cornerback Daryl Worley who was selected in
WIth training camps now open throughout the NFL WVUPros gives you tidbits on Mountaineers in the NFL. - JT Thomas (hamstring) started Giants training camp on the PUP list. He was seen working on the sidelines today. Could be close to a return. - Tennesse Titans Quinton Spain has lined up as the starting left
The 2016 NFL season is right around the corner, and with that brings multiple times to see your favorites Mountaineers on the professional level. Below, we have provided a schedule of WVUPros going head-to-head for the NFL season. Week 1: Chicago at Houston: Nick Kwiatkowski and Kevin White (Bears) vs. KJ
Second-year defensive end for the Cincinnati Bengals, Will Clarke, will look to move into a bigger role with the Bengals defense this fall. During the 2015 season, Clarke played in 12 games, participating in 134 snaps. Clarke also accounted for two tackles last fall. Going into the summer, the Bengals