Menu

Overlooked Free-Agent Safety Tre Boston Could Be a Game-Changer for NFL Teams


The fact that safety is still on the open market makes little sense. After three years in the Carolina Panthers secondary, Boston signed a one-year, $690,000 deal to play for the San Diego Chargers and made himself one of the NFL's better bargains. He set career highs in interceptions (5), tackles (56) and assists (23) while playing over 900 snaps. (Bleacher Report)

Related: |

Recent Football News:

Podcast: Basketball's Winning Feeling and Spring Football Around The Corner
Host Tommy Ashley is joined by Ross Martin and Gregory Hall of Inside Carolina to discuss the latest news on UNC Football and Basketball. Yet...

Mack Brown Pre-Spring Press Conference Notes & Quotes
Mack Brown met with the media Wednesday for 50 minutes and hit on a multitude of topics: New assistant coaches John Lilly and Jovan Dewitt,...

Video: Mack Brown Pre-Spring Practice Press Conference
North Carolina football coach Mack Brown speaks with the media on Wednesday to discuss the Tar Heels' offseason player progression, new assistant coaches Jovan Dewitt...

Video: Jovan Dewitt, John Lilly Football Introductory Press Conferences
New North Carolina Special Teams Coordinator and Outside Linebackers Coach Jovan Dewitt and new Tight Ends Coach John Lilly hold their first press conferences as...


© 2005-2020 Tar Heel Times | Contact | Privacy Policy | Site Map | RSS | Did UNC Win?

Tar Heel Times is an unofficial resource for UNC fans and is not affiliated with the University of North Carolina.