- CB Aric Williams signed a free agent
contract with Philadelphia.
- LB Jonathan Pollard singed a free agent
contract with San Diego.
- Center Adam Speer will
appear on Judge Judy.
"I'm bringing a civil suit against the guy, and Judge Judy will pay for the settlement," Speer told the Gazette Times. "So I'm just going to do it on Judge Judy. They came to me."
- College of Southern Idaho's Bruno Claudino will choose between
three schools -- Arizona State, Oregon State and Kansas State - to play
- Ted Miller of the Seattle Times
picked Oregon State to finish last in the conference this year saying
there is 'little talent, little class" in Corvallis.
- Go Beavs!
- Former Beaver cornerback Terrell Roberts is ready to
compete for a starting safety position in Cincinnati.
- Former Beaver coach Charlie Camp was
outside linebackers coach at San Jose State.
- WR Mike Hass made
ESPN's Hot 100 list for 2005.
79. Mike Hass, Oregon State, WR: Best-kept secret in the Pac-10. Production is as good as any WR.
- The NCAA Board of Directors approved a 12-game schedule starting in 2006. As a result, the Pac-10 will go to a nine game schedule starting in 2006.
- Oregon State quarterback Terry Baker was the first player
selected in the 1963 draft. In three years with St. Louis, Baker did
not throw a pass. He rushed for 512 yards and three touchdowns during
his time with the Rams.
- Mike Riley and Bruce Read are making an emphasis during
to improve special teams.
"In the long run, that's what we want to do," Read told the Gazette Times. "is be real good on special teams."
- DE Bill Swancutt was the first Beaver taken in the 2005 NFL
Draft. He was selected by the Detriot Lions in the sixth round.
- QB Derek Anderson was selected in the sixth round by the
The Ravens may have followed their draft board in choosing the highest-rated quarterback in the sixth round yesterday, but they certainly veered from the typical NFL script.
While many teams want third-string quarterbacks to be scramblers, the Ravens went for a pure drop-back passer in Oregon State's Derek Anderson...more from the Baltimore Sun.
- OL Doug Nienhuis was selected in the seventh round by the Seattle
- CB Brandon Browner singed a free agent
contract with Denver.
"Of the several teams that were interested, Denver was real excited about his ability to play safety and corner," Bruce Tollner, a partner with Leigh Steinberg's agency in Newport Beach, Calif., told the Oregonian. "They see him coming in as a safety with the ability to play cornerback and also be in on the nickel package."
- S Mitch Meeuwsen signed a free agent
contract with Miami.
"I'm definitely relieved that it's over," Meeuwsen told the Gazette Times. "I have some direction now, where I'm going. It was a difficult weekend. I really thought I was going to be drafted."