Patrick Willis is all aboard the Lane Train where the Ole Miss Rebels are concerned. Willis was at Ole Miss from 2003-2006 with his only bowl appearance coming in his freshman season when Eli Manning helped lead the Rebels to a 10-3 record and win in the Cotton Bowl. Even though the last three seasons of Willis' career weren't the best for the Rebels on the field, he has been cemented as one of the best to ever wear the red and blue, and he had a productive NFL career after his time in Oxford.
Former San Francisco 49ers linebacker Patrick Willis was among the best defensive players in the league during his time in Northern California. A first-round pick of the 49ers out of Mississippi back in 2007, Willis shocked the football world by retiring at the age of 30 back in March of 2015. Willis was still an elite linebacker for a 49ers squad that was coming off some tremendous success under Jim Harbaugh.
Georgia players continue to impress in Mobile, Ala. this week for the Reese's Senior Bowl. After Devonte Wyatt and Channing Tindall took turns being standouts from Day 1 and Day 2 of practice, Tindall has carried that into the game on Saturday. During a punt, Tindall was able to chase down the return man, earning very high praise from NFL Network analyst and former NFL scout Daniel Jeremiah.
Patrick Willis and Bryant Young are one step closer to immortality. The former 49ers linebacker and defensive tackle were named as 15 modern-era finalists Thursday to be enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Both are three-time semifinalists. The Hall of Fame’s 49-person selection committee will select the Class...
Patrick Willis is in his third year of eligibility for the Pro Football Hall of Fame. On Thursday, the former 49ers legend was named a finalist for the first time. From one former linebacker to another, if it was up to 49ers defensive coordinator DeMeco Ryans, Willis would already be enshrined in Canton, Ohio.
The 49ers could have two more names added to the Pro Football Hall of Fame, as legends Patrick Willis and Bryant Young were named as finalists. If you ask any San Francisco 49ers fan, there’s no doubting it. Legendary linebacker Patrick Willis and defensive end Bryant Young should be shoo-ins for the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
The Pro Football Hall of Fame revealed the 15 modern-era finalists for the Class of 2022. Former San Francisco 49ers stars Patrick Willis and Bryant Young are among those names. This is the first time Willis has been named a finalist. The 49ers made Willis the No. 11 overall draft...
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Linebacker Patrick Willis and defensive tackle Bryant Young, two of the best defensive players in 49ers history, were named among 15 modern-era finalists for the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Thursday. Willis is a first-time finalist in his third year of eligibility. Young is a finalist for the second...
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DeMeco Ryans isn't among the voters who will decide which players will make up this year's Modern-Era inductees into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, but he made it clear on Thursday he'd cast a vote for 49ers legend Patrick Willis if he could. Willis was announced as a finalist...