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Wallace Wright News & Bio


Name:Wallace Wright
Hometown:Fayetteville, NC
High School:Pine Forest
Born:February 1, 1984 (34)
Height/Weight:6-0, 191
Position:Wide Receiver
Notes:Football

Tar Heels Today: Roy offers Montgomery, Hollins at the Super Bowl
Roy Williams offers E.J. Montgomery, Mack Hollins meets the Super Bowl media, UNC women's basketball faces No. 5 Notre Dame, a classic UNC-Duke flashback and...

Wallace Wright has been something special for Jets
Nothing was easy for Wallace Wright when it came to football. The wide receiver was a walk-on at North Carolina before he earned a scholarship...

Jets’ wide receiver is making all the Wright moves
Wallace Wright earned a tryout with the Jets, signed a contract after minicamp, was cut before the season and then signed to the practice squad...

Wright time, right place for Jet
Before heading to New York last spring for a tryout at the Jets' rookie camp, Wallace Wright bumped into a former college teammate-turned-Super Bowl hero...

Jets Do The Tar Heel Shuffle
The New York Jets are having a tough time deciding on their favorite Tar Heel. The Jets waived rookie free agent wide receiver Wallace Wright...

Brooks Foster Ready To Emerge
With the departure of seniors Wallace Wright, Jarwarski Pollock, and Derrele Mitchell, Brooks Foster is listed at the top of the depth chart at the...

Wallace Wright Signs Free Agent Contract With New York Jets
The New York Jets signed four rookie free agents: CB Omowale Dada, LB Tearrius George, WR Wallace Wright and TE Joe Kowalewski. Wright, 6-0, 191,...

Wallace Wright Named ACC Specialist Of The Week
North Carolina kickoff returner Wallace Wright has been named the ACC's Specialist of the Week for his performance against Boston College. Wright returned the opening...

North Carolina is a "Pontiac Game Changing Performance" Finalist
This week, the Tar Heels have qualified as one of four finalists for the "Pontiac Game Changing Performance" competition on ESPN. Wallace Wright returned the...

Tar Heels pluck Eagles
North Carolina put a little bit of everything into its potentially season-changing 16-14 victory against 19th-ranked Boston College Saturday in sun-bathed Kenan Stadium. There was...


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