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.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Are all outlets -- Portal 31,, -- 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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