Interview: Cameron Craig

We all knew about Caleb Campbell, Owen Tolson, Mike Viti and Jeremy Trimble. But the surprise of Army's run at the NFL came when former defensive end Cameron Craig was invited to the Detroit Lions' mini-camp last week.
May 13, 2008

Army Notebook

Just call them Army's Boys of Summer. Pitchers Nick Hill and Milan Dinga made West Point proud last year when they were both selected in the Major League Baseball first-year player draft.
May 8, 2008

Cameron Craig still a winner

It's a feel good story that doesn't feel so good anymore and that's a damn shame. Because Army defensive end Cameron Craig deserved better than this. Craig was sent home by the Indianapolis Colts from rookie mini-camp after he failed a physical. Although he was a long shot to make the team, Craig was expected to be with the defending Super Bowl champs during training camp.
May 6, 2007

Army's Cameron Craig: The Warrior

This is what Iowa State coach Dan McCarney said about Army defensive end Cameron Craig last season after the Cyclones escaped West Point with a 28-21 victory: "He could play for any team in the Big 12. Cameron Craig could play for Texas or Oklahoma; he is that good." Craig is even better this season. Does that mean he could play for any program in the country? Maybe.
September 21, 2006

C-USA Army Preview- Defensive Line

A host of battle-tested veterans return along the Black Knights' defensive line with no fewer than eight lettermen filling spots at the four positions listed on <!--Default NodeId For Army is 691,2004--><A HREF=>Army</A>'s depth chart. Seniors <!--Default NodeId For Will Sullivan is 1319792,2004--><A HREF=[PlayerNode:1319792]>Will Sullivan</A> (6-3, 255) and <!--Default NodeId For Trey Landry is 1312745,2004--><A HREF=[PlayerNode:1312745]>Trey Landry</A>
August 19, 2004

Football: Army Freshman Photo Gallery

If there was anything noticeable at Media Day was the condition of the team overall. Everyone appeared to be in outstanding shape, although the "football shape" is where they will headed over the next few weeks.
August 12, 2003