Merriweather ‘privileged' to join Chargers

San Diego can be an intimidating place to play for undrafted free agents. Take the case of Reggie Merriweather, an undrafted running back from Clemson who is now sharing a backfield with LaDainian Tomlinson and Michael Turner. Rather than being awestruck, Merriweather is seizing the opportunity to learn from the players in front of him and to prove he deserves a spot on the team.
May 13, 2007

Merriweather Scores Late TD In Hula Bowl

Clemson's Reggie Merriweather earned a chance to play in the Hula Bowl and the former North Augusta High star didn't disappoint helping his East squad come away with a victory late in the game. Come inside for all the details.
January 14, 2007

Spring Rewind: Running Backs

The face of the running back position at Clemson has changed tremedously in just a short period of time.
April 19, 2006

How Will Davis, Spiller, Merriweather Work?

At this time a year ago, visions of grandeur were dancing in the minds of the Clemson football coaching staff at what the future held with soon-to-be freshman tailback James Davis. Now, those thoughts are twofold with the impending arrival of tailback C.J. Spiller.
February 20, 2006

Merriweather Walker Candidate

The SMU Athletic Forum today announced the candidates for the 2005 Doak Walker Award, presented annually to the nation's top college running back.
September 1, 2005

Merriweather Up to the Challenge

While at North Augusta High in 2001, Reggie Merriweather garnered All-American honors as a running back, but he was never really considered as someone who could make that same sort of impact at the next level.
July 5, 2005

TOURE FRANCIS: Run Game Always Critical

Recently, I sat down with starting running back Reggie Merriweather to get his thoughts on a number of topics, including his role in the Tigers' ever evolving ground game. <BR>
April 7, 2005

Burns: Running Game Changing

CLEMSON – Clemson running backs coach Burton Burns beleives the lessons gained from the team's ground game finishing 100th out of 117 Division I teams last season could help this year's rushing attack resemble the glory days, especially since there's a new offense in place. <br>
February 17, 2005