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5 things you need to know about New York Giants LB Kareem Martin
A native of Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina, Kareem Martin went on to start 41 games for the Tar Heels and recorded 178 tackles (92 solo),...

New York Giants sign linebacker Kareem Martin
The Giants Thursday continued the rebuilding of their linebacker corps when they signed Kareem Martin. Martin played his first four seasons for the Arizona Cardinals...

Recap: Former UNC Players in the NFL - Week 13
Ryan Switzer (Dallas Cowboys) had his first NFL career punt return touchdown. It was an 83-yard return to extend the Cowboys' lead over the Washington...

Arizona Cardinals' Kareem Martin hyped as 'most improved'
Although days rather than weeks separate the Cardinals from the end of their trial run in the preseason, key decisions loom for team brass before...

Kareem Martin Makes Claim For Cardinals' Defensive Role
Kareem Martin has turned heads in the preseason, registering a half-sack against the Raiders and then bringing down Mark Sanchez in the backfield Saturday against...

Kevin Reddick bringing NFL buddies to local football camp
Kevin Reddick, a member of the Buffalo Bills, is bringing back the Kevin Reddick Football Camp at New Bern High School on Saturday. Reddick will...

Roanoke Rapids represented by Cardinals linebacker Kareem Martin in NFC Championship
The Carolina Panthers may be considered the home team by many in the Roanoke Valley in tonight’s NFC Championship game against the Arizona Cardinals, but...

Tar Heels In The NFL - Week Two
As a third-round pick of the 2014 NFL Draft, Kareem Martin finished his rookie season with eight combined tackles and one forced fumble on the...

Kareem Martin adjusting to new position on defense
Arizona Cardinals pass rusher Kareem Martin is making a big change this offseason shifting from defensive end to outside linebacker. Martin wasn't expecting the change,...

Nineteen Tar Heels On NFL Playoff Rosters
There are 19 former Tar Heels on the 2014-15 NFL playoff rosters. Carolina had 27 players on NFL rosters this season. Arizona - OG Jonathan...

Tar Heels In The NFL – Week 10
Against the St. Louis Rams on Sunday, Kareem Martin got in on the fun when he sacked Rams quarterback Austin Davis and forced a fumble,...

Carolina Rundown: November 10
Tar Heels in the NFL: Bruce Carter had a pretty interception and seven tackles for the Cowboys in London. Da'Norris Searcy had four tackles. Quinton...

Kareem Martin Has Expanded Role Now with Arizona Cardinals
With Darnell Dockett lost for the season, rookie Kareem Martin has a more expanded role now with the Arizona Cardinals. The 3-1 Red Birds drafted...

Next Men Up
For the first two years of his career, junior defensive end Jessie Rogers was always looking up the depth chart at Kareem Martin. With Martin...

Tar Heels senior Norkeithus Otis ready to lead defense
If UNC is to pick up where it left off, senior bandit Norkeithus Otis will likely have a lot to do with it. The Tar...

Undersized Carolina Defense Offering Speed, Energy
There may be a concerning lack of size and power, but the UNC defense is making up for it with speed and energy as the...

UNC's Defensive Line Banking on Depth
North Carolina is counting on its defensive line’s depth to overshadow the lack of a brand name and recent attrition. Robert Quinn. Quinton Coples. Sylvester...

Turner's Take: Justin Time
One candidate to be an impact player on the defensive line is Justin Thomason. The junior defensive tackle from McDonough, Ga. (outside of Atlanta) is...

Tar Heel mantra for D-line in flux: Next man in
First came the expected losses from the defensive line, as Kareem Martin and Tim Jackson graduated after starting a combined 67 games. Then came some...

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...

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