Plenty of Hoosiers on NFL Rosters as Training Camp Opens Up

Plenty of Hoosiers on NFL Rosters as Training Camp Opens Up

Written by Evan McShane (@veryreasonable)

The summer calendar is closing in on August and that means the NFL is also just around the corner. As teams report for training camp, now is a perfect time for Hoosier fans to catch up with the former IU football players that will be looking to take their football dreams to the next level.

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Catching Up With How Former Hoosiers are Faring in the NFL in 2018

Catching Up With How Former Hoosiers are Faring in the NFL in 2018

Written By Lauralys Shallow

How the Hoosiers are Faring in the NFL

A total of 10 Indiana University football alums are on nine different NFL rosters for the 2018 NFL season. Below is a breakdown of each player’s accomplishments through the first eight weeks of the 2018 season.

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Hoosiers at the Next Level: Dan Feeney, OL, Los Angeles Chargers

Hoosiers at the Next Level: Dan Feeney, OL, Los Angeles Chargers

Written By Evan McShane (@veryreasonable)

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When the Hoosiers inked offensive lineman Dan Feeney as a member of their 2012 recruiting class, they knew they had a special player. Feeney would finish his Indiana football career a step above special. Feeney attended Carl Sandburg High School, and was ranked the 82nd best offensive tackle in the country by 247 Sports. The Chicagoland native was a rock in college, starting in 46 games during his tenure at IU. Feeney anchored an Indiana offensive line that paved the way for some of the most prolific offenses in school history. He played a vital role in the success of Tevin Coleman, Jordan Howard, Nate Sudfeld, and more. Feeney allowed just two sacks in 3,355 snaps throughout his entire career in Bloomington. A remarkable statistic, and a testament to his dedication to consistency.

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How Former Hoosiers Fared in the 2017 NFL Regular Season

How Former Hoosiers Fared in the 2017 NFL Regular Season

Written By Evan McShane (@veryreasonable)

With the NFL Playoffs set to kickoff Saturday afternoon (there are four Hoosiers on playoff rosters), we decided to look back at how Indiana Football alumni fared this season with their respective teams.

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2017 At First Glance Week One: Ohio State Buckeyes

2017 At First Glance Week One: Ohio State Buckeyes

Written By Sammy Jacobs (@Hoosier_Huddle)

One hundred days, that is all that stands between Indiana Football and a showdown with a top-five Ohio State team to open the season. Every year we have put out an early preview out for each team to provide fans with a quick glimpse of what to expect, who is returning, who departed, and possibly a change in coaching staffs that game week. So, sit back and enjoy because 100 days will go by quickly. We start our Early Preview Series with Indiana’s first opponent, the Ohio State Buckeyes.

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HoosierHuddle Podcast: IU Pro Day Preview Plus a Spring Update

Co-hosts Sammy Jacobs and T.J. Inman take an in-depth look at the eight Hoosiers participating in IU's Pro Day with Dan Mogollon of NFLDraftBible.com and AllMediaNY.com. We'll go over what each prospect has to do and where they could end up in the 2017 NFL Draft.

Eight Former Hoosiers Will Participate at IU's Pro Day on March 31st

Eight Former Hoosiers Will Participate at IU's Pro Day on March 31st

Written By Sammy Jacobs (@Hoosier_Huddle)

Eight former Hoosiers will be on hand in Bloomington to take part in Indiana Football's Pro Day on March 31st. Pro Day is an opportunity for players who were not invited to the NFL Combine to show their talents to NFL scouts and a chance for those who did participate in the combine to improve upon their performances. The only Hoosiers to do drills at the combine this year were offensive lineman Dan Feeney and running back Devine Redding. The six other former IU players who will be working out Friday are OL Dimitric Camiel, DL Ralph Green III, WR Ricky Jones, WR Mitchell Paige, RB/LB Clyde Newtown, and LB Marcus Oliver.

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2017 Spring Practice Preview: Offensive Line

2017 Spring Practice Preview: Offensive Line

Written By David Sugarman

While they are often always considered the most important unit on the field you rarely know them all by name. You always hear how games are won and lost in the battle at the line of scrimmage, but for some reason we tend to overlook those names along the offensive line. Today we’re here to change that as we take a look at who’s going to be pushing the pile and protecting whomever the starting quarterback is come August 31st against Ohio State.

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