Friday, October 02, 2009

Lawrie a Redwood

Former Yale tight end Nate Lawrie will be continuing his pro football career as a member of the California Redwoods of the United Football League.

Lawrie played for Tampa Bay, New Orleans and Cincinnati in his five-year NFL career. Lawrie played in 26 career games, starting five times, and had four catches for 43 yards.

The Redwoods open up on Thursday against the Los Vegas Locomotives.

3 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Are all outlets -- Portal 31, yalebulldogs.com, yaledailynews.com -- too shellshocked to report today's horrible Yale-Lafayette game yet?

6:37 PM 
Blogger Jim Fuller said...

I can't claim to be shellshocked, just wireless internet deprived. With no internet in the press box, I did not blog until after I had finished my game story and notebook.

12:06 AM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I don't think anyone that has followed Ivy and Patriot league games can be shocked,Lafayette is a very good team. Yale is the same team as last year, poor o-line and lack of speed in key positions.
As a Yale fan I look forward to next weeks game and expect to see improvement.
I appreciate the hard work of all the coaches and the players.

Fan forever/Season ticket holder

10:05 AM 

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