Apr 29, 2016; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Philadelphia Eagles first round pick quarterback Carson Wentz  during his introduction media conference at NovaCare Complex Auditorium. Mandatory Credit: Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports

Show Me The Money: Buzz Around Wentz Signing With The Eagles

The Philadelphia Eagles signed former North Dakota State quarterback Carson Wentz to a four-year contract reportedly worth $26.68 million on Thursday, May 12. Below is some of the buzz that was created on social media leading up to and after the signing. The 6-foot-5, 235-pound Wentz was the No. 2 overall selection last month’s NFL…
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Former Cobbers quarterback Griffin Neal

Former Cobbers QB Griffin Neal Featured On ESPN Website

Former Concordia quarterback Griffin Neal is featured in a story on the ESPN website for his journey that recently landed him a contract with the New Orleans Saints. Neal was a three-year starter for the Cobbers who played semi-professional football in Germany for one season before getting his NFL shot this spring. ESPN staff writer…
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Former Fargo Shanley standout Connor McGovern was picked in the fifth round of the NFL Draft by the Denver Broncos. David Samson / The Forum

Former Fargo Shanley Standout McGovern Featured In ‘FOX Sports: PROcast’ Video

Former Fargo Shanley standout and recent Denver Broncos draft pick Connor McGovern is featured on the “FOX Sports: PROcast” Twitter account, which touts its content as “Real Athletes, Real Content, in Real Time.” McGovern shot the short video clip at Sid Cichy Stadium in Fargo, the home field for the Shanley Deacons. The Broncos selected…
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Brandon Zylstra, center, has been invited to Minnesota Vikings mini camp.

Former Cobbers Receiver Zylstra Invited To Vikings Minicamp

Former Concordia wide receiver Brandon Zylstra has been invited to Minnesota Vikings minicamp, according to a Tweet from Cobbers head coach Terry Horan. The 6-foot-3, 220-pound Zylstra participated in North Dakota State Pro Day in March. Zylstra joins former teammate Griffin Neal as Cobbers who have landed in an NFL camp. Neal signed with the…
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Former Bison Smith, Bonnet Sign With NFL Teams

FARGO – Former North Dakota State football players CJ Smith and Andrew Bonnet have found NFL teams. Both signed as undrafted free agents Saturday after the completion of the NFL Draft, according to the NDSU football Twitter account. Smith, a 5-foot-11, 188-pound cornerback, signed with the Philadelphia Eagles. Bonnet, a 6-foot-3, 250-pound fullback/tight end, signed…
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