Tre Boston News & Bio

Name:Tre Boston
Hometown:Cape Coral, FL
High School:North Fort Myers
Recruit Rating:3 Stars
Born:June 25, 1992 (27)
Height/Weight:6-1, 205
Pro Team:Carolina Panthers (NFL)
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Recap: Former UNC Players in the NFL - Week Ten
Tre Boston (Los Angeles Chargers) had a monster game in the Chargers' 20-17 loss to Jacksonville with six tackles, three pass deflections and two interceptions...

Recap: Former UNC Players in the NFL - Week Eight
Julius Peppers (Carolina Panthers) had one sack, moving him past Chris Doleman for fourth most all-times. Zach Brown (Washington Redskins) led the Redskins in tackles...

Chargers safety Tre Boston proving to be outstanding in pass coverage
Though he came in with a bit of a reputation as a hard-hitting defensive back, Chargers free safety Tre Boston has proven to be outstanding...

Southwest Florida to NFL: North Fort Myers graduate Tre Boston's interception gives Chargers life
Tre Boston signed with the Chargers after starting his career with the Carolina Panthers. He has 26 tackles on the season, which ranks No. 5...

Recap: Former UNC Players in the NFL - Week Five
Multiple Tar Heels played across the NFL in Week 5. Julius Peppers (Carolina Panthers) had two tackles and a sack bringing his season total to...

Chargers' Tre Boston wins starting safety job
Tre Boston, following the release of Dwight Lowery, has won the starting job at free safety for the Los Angeles Chargers, Eric Williams of

Tre Boston is more than a safety net while competing for a starting job with Chargers
It’s easy to spot free safety Tre Boston at a Chargers practice. He’s the guy with the dreadlocks flowing from his helmet to the No...

Audio: Tre Boston on the Jim Rome Show
Former North Carolina and Carolina Panthers safety Tre Boston Joined the Jim Rome Show on Wednesday to discuss his recent signing with the Los Angeles...

Encounter with gas station stranger leads Tre Boston to Chargers
Recently released by the Carolina Panthers, Tre Boston had three suitors in the Chargers, the Buffalo Bills and the Pittsburgh Steelers. After visiting all three...

Why Tre Boston Decided to Become a Bolt
Tre Boston had a decision to make. Surprisingly released after starting 10 games for the Carolina Panthers in 2016, the 24-year old safety was a...

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