You may have noticed earlier today that The Crunch Zone experienced an outage for the 1st time in its history today. Lasting 7 hours, we missed the opportunity to keep you up to date. We apologize for that……but in the spirit of catching up here is what we missed:
Radio Appearance with Jody Demling & Mark Coomes on the Early Birds This Morning
I follow Coach Walz (naturally). We talk football, Quarterbacks, and Louisville’s Over/Under on the season.
UofL Selling Family 4-Packs to Chick-Fil-A Kickoff vs. Auburn
Auburn has sold out of its allotment of tickets for the 2015 opener in the Georgia Dome Louisville is reportedly CLOSE. To finish the deal, UofL has released its Family 4-pack of tickets for one of the most anticipated openers in school history. Click here to take advantage of that offer.
News of Former Cardinals with the Miami Dolphins
The Dolphins announced today that they have signed Kai De La Cruz to start training camp. De La Cruz joined the Dolphins after the draft, but did so without a rookie agreement in place. We’ll release details of Kai’s contract once known.
The Courier-Journal’s Jonathan Lintner provided us with a nice piece about DeVante Parker and his endorsement deals…more than any other NFL Rookie. Agent Jimmy Gould says its because of his ‘soft-spoken personality’.
The Dolphins also announced the DeVante would begin training camp on the PUP (physically unable to perform list) while recovering from foot surgery. There is some hope that Parker could return to practice prior to the season-opener and be ready for Game 1. If DeVante begins the season on the PUP then he’ll have to miss 6 weeks.
Go EndZone to Endzone with Offensive Line Coach Chris Klenakis
Kolby Smith Talks Running Backs on Ramsey & Rutherford
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