Menu

Bug Howard News & Bio


Name:Bug Howard
Hometown:Rochelle, GA
High School:Wilcox County
Born:November 28, 1994 (24)
Height/Weight:6-5, 210
Position:Wide Receiver
Notes:Football
Bug Howard Photo

Bug Howard Waived by Cleveland Browns
Bug Howard was waived by the Cleveland Browns on Thursday. Howard went undrafted out of UNC in 2017 and was signed by Cleveland after playing...

Tar Heels Tidbits: UNC football adds to staff, Bug Howard in Cleveland and more
Former UNC quarterback Mitch Trubisky will have a new coach as he enters his second NFL season in 2018 after the Bears fired John Fox...

Mitch Trubisky knows he must be better than so-called ‘best game’
The clock kept ticking, but Mitch Trubisky was unfazed. His offense hurried to the 2-yard line; the ball was snapped with six seconds left. Trubisky...

The Versatile Anthony-Ratliff-Williams
Anthony Ratliff-Williams had to learn the nuances of the wide receiver position -- how to get off the line, create separation with his hands, read...

Cleveland Browns sign WR Bug Howard to practice squad
The Cleveland Browns have signed WR Bug Howard to the practice squad. Howard is a 6-4, 210 pound rookie out of North Carolina. Originally signed...

Anthony Ratliff-Williams Flashes Play-Making Ability for UNC
Without Ryan Switzer, Mack Hollins, and Bug Howard, the question entering North Carolina's 2017 football season was who would step in and be UNC's primary...

Former UNC WR Bug Howard to try out with Chicago Bears
Former North Carolina wide receiver Bug Howard is set to receive a tryout with the Chicago Bears, according to a tweet by reporter Aaron Leming...

Indianapolis Colts Release Bug Howard
Indianapolis Colts rookie wide receiver Bug Howard, who had a strong training camp, has been waived, per an NFL source. Howard, an undrafted free agent...

UNC Wide Receivers Ready for Showtime
Only Austin Proehl and Thomas Jackson are the returning UNC wide receivers that caught double-digit balls last season. Record-setting Ryan Switzer is gone. Playmaking deep...

Tar Heels have holes to fill on offense
The Tar Heels lose quarterback Mitch Trubisky, running backs Elijah Hood and T.J. Logan, receivers Ryan Switzer, Bug Howard, and Mack Hollins, and three starters...


<< PreviousNext >>


© 2005-2019 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.