Check out the former Nittany Lion tailback in action with the Philadelphia Eagles. FOS took these images of Hunt at the Eagles' training camp at Lehigh University recently.
The Eagles are impressed enough with Penn State's
Tony Hunt that they started shopping Ryan Moats immediately after they drafted the Nittany Lion. Here's what Hunt had to say abuot coming across the state to join the Philadelphia Eagles.
Penn State running back Tony Hunt will be staying in Pennsylvania. The Virginia native, who spent the last four years in Happy Valley, was taken by the Philadelphia Eagles in the third round of the 2007 NFL Draft.
The Steelers are looking for a complement to Willie Parker in the draft. On the roster are journeyman Najeh Davenport and youngster John Kuhn. If the Steelers don't draft a back next week, they'll probably add Verron Haynes. Here's what the Steelers see in the draft prospects:
The Steelers need a power back to complement the speed of Willie Parker, and, well, the Hunt is on … and the Steelers are paying attention. Tony Hunt talks about his chances below.
INDIANAPOLIS -- Penn State running back Tony Hunt spoke to the media at the NFL Combine and addressed a number of topics. Hunt talked about his career with the Nittany Lions and his feelings about the combines.
February 26, 2007
INDIANAPOLIS -- Penn State fans have been accustomed to seeing Tony Hunt do a little bit of everything during his career at Happy Valley, but the rest of the college and professional football world are now beginning to see what is so special about him. Hunt is versatile and in the NFL world that makes you very coveted.
February 23, 2007