Safety Michael Boulware is entering his fifth season in the NFL, but as NFL roster cuts loom on Saturday he knows no backup is safe. See what Boulware had to say about his situation and the transitions he had to make to stay in the league.
August 27, 2008
The Vikings' practice Tuesday was short on safeties, but the backup guys were stepping up to make plays with their newfound opportunities. Plus, get dozens of notes from the morning session.
August 12, 2008
The Vikings' signing of veteran safety Michael Boulware flew under the radar to some extent. If healthy, Boulware upgrades their depth at safety and on special teams. Here's a complete scouting report …
Safety Michael Boulware only signed a one-year contract with the Vikings, but he's hoping it's the start of a long-term relationship. See what Boulware had to say about his past and his future expectations.
The Minnesota Vikings added to their depth in the secondary with the free-agent signing of safety Michael Boulware on Thursday and added depth at defensive tackle with the signing of Kenderick Allen.
Seahawks safety Deon Grant told the NFL Network on Tuesday that although he's always played free safety throughout his seven-year career with the Panthers and Jaguars, he'll be "bulking up" and moving to strong safety for his new team.
Which NFL veteran on your team is going to face the toughest training camp challenge to hold onto his starter's job? And who's going to be the primary
candidate to push him to the bench? That's the question we posed to our Scout.com NFL team experts.
Seahawks.NET has confirmed that Seattle is talking to one player who excelled at OLB in college about a switch to strong safety. This player has run in the low 4.4s enough that several teams are considering moving him to safety. However, with Seattle's history on the Michael Boulware front, the hometown team is on the trail of another prospect, and they're leading the position-switch sweepstakes.
February 24, 2007