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Redskins Sign Quan Sturdivant
The Washington Redskins announced today that they have signed free agent linebacker Quan Sturdivant. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Yesterday, the team released...

Video: 2009 Tar Heels Front Seven
Highlight video of North Carolina's 2009 defensive front-seven as they wreak havoc on opposing defenses. Includes Marvin Austin, Robert Quinn, Quinton Coples, Aleric Mullins, Tydreke...

EJ Wilson Stating His Case For A Roster Spot With Tampa Bay
A three year starter at North Carolina under Butch Davis (now special advisor to Greg Schiano), Wilson was an anchor of a defense that featured...

Quan Sturdivant on Arizona's practice squad
The Arizona Cardinals have re-signed linebacker Quan Sturdivant and defensive end Ronald Talley to the practice squad, according to the team. Both players were released...

Quan Sturdivant waived by Cardinals
To make room for those two players, the team released tight end Stephen Spach and inside linebacker Quan Sturdivant, a sixth-round pick last spring. Sturdivant...

Ebele Okakpu's Moment
North Carolina senior linebacker Ebele Okakpu is no stranger to the field---having played in most all of UNC's games over the past three seasons when...

Quan Sturdivant’s got to speak up
The walkthrough was sparsely attended by fans, so it was even easier to hear the chatter on the field. That included linebackers coach Matt Raich,...

Tar Heels Lead The Nation With Nine NFL Picks
A school-record nine North Carolina players were selected in the 2011 NFL Draft, including five on Saturday. Safety Da'Norris Searcy, running back Johnny White, quarterback...

Five Heels Picked on Day 3
Da'Norris Searcy (4th round to Buffalo), Johnny White (5th round to Buffalo), T.J. Yates (5th round to Houston), Quan Sturdivant (6th round, Arizona) and Ryan...

Arizona goes for ILB Quan Sturdivant from Tar Heels
The Arizona Cardinals have used their sixth-round pick to select Quan Sturdivant, an inside linebacker from North Carolina who many had projected to go much...

Spring football's hope extends to players from Hampton Roads
Linebacker is a concern at North Carolina, where Butch Davis must replace NFL prospects Bruce Carter and Quan Sturdivant. Among the candidates is true freshman...

The Second Shutdown 40: #61 – Quan Sturdivant, LB, North Carolina
What makes Quan Sturdivant stand out among inside linebackers is his ability to use his speed and break off the original lane and redirect if...

Quan Sturdivant to visit with Kansas City Chiefs
The Kansas City Chiefs will visit with North Carolina LB Quan Sturdivant on Wednesday. National Football Post reports the Chiefs are among several teams showing...

Robert Quinn visiting the Bills today
Besides the Buffalo Bills' previously reported visit today with North Carolina linebacker Quan Sturdivant, the team announced that Tar Heels defensive end Robert Quinn is...

Art Kaufman, Part II: In Search of SAM
Linebacker coach Art Kaufman and the defensive brain trust at UNC will have some decisions to make this spring. Replacing Bruce Carter and Quan Sturdivant...

Art Kaufman, Part I: Setting the Standard
For four years Bruce Carter and Quan Sturdivant started at linebacker for the Tar Heels. Now, as the duo prepares to take its skills to...

2011 NFL Scouting Combine Schedule & UNC Participants
The 2011 NFL Scouting Combine began Wednesday and will run through Tuesday with UNC leading all schools with 12 participants: QB T.J. Yates, RB Shaun Draughn,...

NFL Draft: Underclassmen prevalent among top five per position
With the draft process just getting under way, here is a look at the top five prospects by position. Defensive end: 1. Robert Quinn, North...

Three UNC players in Senior Bowl
Three North Carolina defensive players and N.C. State linebacker Nate Irving are listed on the roster for the 2011 Senior Bowl, to be held at...

DeCock: A fitting end to an unpredictable season
The game was over. Then it wasn’t. Then there was more. The Music City Bowl just couldn’t stop playing encores. You couldn’t ask for a...

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