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Chiefs release Jheranie Boyd
The Kansas City Chiefs placed TE Dominique Jones (illness) on the reserve/non-football illness list. The team signed free-agent TE Richard Gordon (Steelers) to the active...

Jheranie Boyd signed to Chiefs practice squad
Jheranie Boyd’s professional football career has had some twists and turns. It took another turn Tuesday when the Kansas City Chiefs signed the former Tar...

Bengals waive UNC alums TE Richard Quinn, WR Jheranie Boyd
The Cincinnati Bengals waived tight end Richard Quinn and waived five other players on Sunday, leaving them with 81 on the roster. Quinn was on...

Jheranie Boyd signs with Bengals
According to ARN Sports Agency, the Cincinnati Bengals are signing one of their clients in wide receiver Jheranie Boyd: "ARN Client WR Jheranie Boyd is...

Jheranie Boyd signs with Tampa Bay
After an injury-plagued senior senior season at UNC, Jheranie Boyd wasn’t drafted by a NFL team last month. That doesn’t mean Boyd won’t get his...

Jhay Boyd set to participate in UNC pro day
University of North Carolina senior Jheranie Boyd will participate in a pro day workout in front of NFL scouts and decision-makers today in Chapel Hill...

Video: UNC Football Players Write Letters to the Troops
At the beginning of the season, Coach Gunter Brewer started a letter writing campaign to military personnel. Players, like Jheranie Boyd and Erik Highsmith, write...

New trio joins long list of Tar Heel injured
Starting safety Sam Smiley, who is second on the team with 23 tackles, and backup tight end Jack Tabb were both held out of practice...

UNC RB Gio Bernard does not travel to Louisville
For the second consecutive week, North Carolina on Saturday will be without its best running back. Giovani Bernard did not travel on Friday with the...

DeCock: UNC receivers Highsmith, Boyd take charge
Going into Saturday’s ACC opener at Wake Forest, Erik Highsmith and Jheranie Boyd are a long way from the confused freshmen who found themselves on...

Short-handed Tar Heels to play catch as catch can
To keep the no-huddle spread offense moving as quickly and efficiently as possible, offensive coordinator Blake Anderson hopes to use eight or nine different wide...

UNC receiving corps gets help from lacrosse, track teams
Although veteran scholarship players Erik Highsmith, Jheranie Boyd and Sean Tapley will get the bulk of the work during Saturday’s season opener against Elon, UNC...

Bryn Renner: Jhay Boyd "ready to breakout"
Jheranie Boyd has started only two games in his three-year, 38-game career at UNC. That’s likely to change this season since he’ll enter preseason workouts...

Going Out In Style
Linebacker Kevin Reddick, who started seven games and made 45 tackles as a freshman in 2009, returns for his senior season. The rest of the...

Marquise Williams, Jhay Boyd Q&A
Following Thursday night's UNC storm-cancelled scrimmage at Mallard Creek High School, Tar Heel Illustrated spoke with Marquise Williams and Jheranie Boyd. Williams: "My thoughts coming...

UNC, State have reason for football optimism in 2012
There’s no reason to believe that UNC is getting ready to take a major step backwards. In fact, the opposite could end up happening. With...

Rivalry game means more than ever
Count North Carolina wide receivers Dwight Jones and Jheranie Boyd among those amazed by N.C. State cornerback David Amerson's eight interceptions. "It's kind of hard...

Amerson impresses UNC wide-outs
Count North Carolina wide receivers Dwight Jones and Jheranie Boyd among those amazed by N.C. State cornerback David Amerson’s eight interceptions. “It’s kind of hard...

Eddy's View: Wake Forest
Carolina began this turbulent season 5-1. Now the Tar Heels must find a way to finish these last four games at least 3-1. UNC, of...

Jheranie Boyd making most of chances with Tar Heels
When nearly half a receiver’s catches result in touchdowns, usually that player is on his way to an incredible football season. But for Gastonia’s Jheranie...

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