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Photo: UNC Football Players Reunite At NFL Rookie Symposium
Eric Ebron, Tre Boston, Jabari Price, Kareem Martin, and Cincinnati Bengals running back Gio Bernard, a 2013 draftee, all met up at the NFL Rookie...

Arizona Cardinals Rookie Profile: Defensive End Kareem Martin
The Arizona Cardinals added depth to their defensive line by drafting defensive end Kareem Martin in the third round (84th overall) of the 2014 NFL...

Kareem Martin signs with Cardinals
With slotted contract numbers and a draft that took place two weeks later, it makes sense that the players chosen by the Cardinals will sign...

Kareem Martin adjusting to Cards' defense
The Arizona Cardinals' third-round pick had never been to Arizona or this side of the country before. He’s learning how to play at the speed...

Versatile Kareem Martin looks to give Arizona Cardinals' defense flexibility
At 6-foot-6 and 272 pounds, Kareem Martin certainly has the build to be an elite defensive end or outside linebacker. The first of the Arizona...

Cardinals draft defensive end Kareem Martin with the No. 84 pick in the 2014 NFL Draft
North Carolina defensive end Kareem Martin was selected by the Arizona Cardinals Friday night in the third round (84th overall) of the 2014 NFL Draft...

Video: Kareem Martin NFL Draft Highlight
UNC defensive end Kareem Martin was named first team All-ACC after his senior season and participated in the Senior Bowl. The North Carolina native also...

UNC’s Kareem Martin No Tweener At 4-3 DE
Most project Kareem Martin to be a second or third round pick. He’s a rather clear-cut 4-3 defensive end, unlike many of the “tweener” pass-rushers...

Q&A With Kareem Martin
Kareem Martin could be the next in a great lineage of North Carolina defensive linemen. He has the build that has almost become synonymous with...

Kareem Martin visits Minnesota Vikings
Mike Zimmer speaks in glowing terms about Michael Johnson, his former defensive end in Cincinnati. Now, Zimmer’s Vikings are looking at a guy who reminds...

Breaking Down the Buzz: North Carolina
Glamour positions like quarterback and running back get attention in the spring, but on Saturday UNC fans should watch the defense. With Kareem Martin, Tre...

Replenishing the Defensive Line
The defensive front for the Tar Heels may look different without the familiarity of names such as Kareem Martin or Tim Jackson, but a mix...

Video: UNC Football Pro Day Standouts
Larry Fedora and NFL Network Analyst Mike Mayock breakdown several standouts from the Tar Heels Pro Day including Eric Ebron, Kareem Martin, Bryn Renner and...

Ebron Headlines UNC's Pro Day
All 32 NFL teams were represented at Navy Fields on Tuesday as more than a dozen Tar Heels participated in North Carolina’s Pro Day. Eric...

Spring football preview capsules: ACC Coastal
Defensive line questions. Kareem Martin and Tim Jackson are both gone, leaving big holes in the North Carolina front. Martin ended up notching 21.5 tackles...

Kareem Martin solidifies status with strong Combine workout
North Carolina’s Kareem Martin built on the momentum he gained in his Senior Bowl workouts while Boston College linebacker Kevin Pierre-Louis, Florida State linebacker Telvin...

Seven UNC Players Invited to the NFL Combine
National champion Florida State led the ACC with eight players heading to the NFL draft combine at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis Feb. 19-25, but...

Turner's Take: A Firm Foundation
The North Carolina defensive front that takes the field in September will look a lot different from the one that helped secure the Belk Bowl...

2013 Top 25 player countdown: No. 14: Kareem Martin
No. 14 Kareem Martin, DE, UNC: Martin was able to get off blocks to make plays behind the line of scrimmage, often in spite of...

UNC defensive end Kareem Martin wants to see big picture in NFL draft
Inside the Kenan Football Center at North Carolina hangs the picture of every Tar Heel who’s played in the NFL. Players selected in the first...

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