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Name:Bug Howard
Hometown:Rochelle, GA
High School:Wilcox County
Born:November 28, 1994 (25)
Height/Weight:6-5, 210
Position:Wide Receiver
Notes:Football
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Bug Howard Re-Signs With Denver Broncos
Former UNC wide receiver and current Denver Broncos tight end Bug Howard signed a reserve/future contract with the Broncos on Monday. Howard latched on with...

North Carolina vs. Temple Postgame Notes
With it's 55-13 win over Temple in the Military Bowl on Friday, UNC improves to 7-6 on the season with its third-straight victory to close...

Bug Howard Signs With Denver Broncos Practice Squad
Bug Howard signed with the Denver Broncos' practice squad Wednesday. The former UNC wide receiver, now a tight end, was with the Broncos in training...

Denver Broncos Place Bug Howard on Injured Reserve
The Denver Broncos placed cornerback Horace Richardson (back) and tight end Bug Howard (hand) on injured reserve on Wednesday, the team announced. Howard played in...

Bug Howard Returns from Injury to Denver Broncos Practice
Bug Howard (ankle) returned for Sunday's practice with the Denver Broncos. Howard had been carted off the field during practice on July 26 due to...

Denver Broncos' Bug Howard carted off field with ankle injury
Denver Broncos head coach Vic Fangio said tight end Bug Howard will be out at least a couple of weeks with an ankle injury. Howard...

Bug Howard attempting to make the transition from wide receiver to tight end in Denver.
Bug Howard, comes to Denver via the AAF where he was able to gain valuable reps at a new position. Howard played wide receiver at...

Bug Howard Signs With Denver Broncos
The Denver Broncos signed four players Monday as the team prepared for its first practice of organized team activities: Offensive lineman Nathan Jacobson, defensive lineman...

Tar Heels in the Alliance of American Football League
Three former North Carolina football players will be on Alliance of American Football (AAF) team rosters when the new league kicks off Saturday, Feb. 9...

19 Tar Heels Named to NFL 53-Man Rosters
Saturday was the deadline for NFL teams to cut their rosters down to 53 players for the opening week of the season. 19 Tar Heels...


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