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Willie Parker News & Bio


Name:Willie Parker
Hometown:Clinton, NC
High School:Clinton
Born:November 11, 1980 (38)
Height/Weight:5-11, 207
Position:TB
Notes:Football

Willie Parker Named To The West Virginia Wesleyan College Coaching Staff
Former Pittsburgh Steelers running back Willie Parker has joined the coaching staff of the Division II West Virginia Wesleyan College Bobcats as an offensive assistant,...

Willie Parker retires as a Steeler
Clinton's Willie Parker officially retired from football tonight, and he did it with the Pittsburgh Steelers. Parker returned to training camp to call it a...

Greg Little should take nothing for granted in NFL
On Labor Day, I was at a gym in Durham and saw "Fast" Willie Parker lifting weights. There was Parker, 30, in a weight room...

UNC RB Johnny White embraces good all-around label
No one will confuse Johnny White with the last star running back to come out of North Carolina. Then again, few backs possess the speed...

Hawkins: ‘I've done nothing wrong'
Depending on how you look at it, life is either really great for former Kinston football star Chris Hawkins or it’s really bad. The great...

RB Willie Parker among 21 players cut by Redskins
Willie Parker became the odd man out in the Washington Redskins' three-way veteran running back competition Saturday when he was released as the team set...

Parker's Presence Turns Up Heat On Portis
During a radio program in late February, Washington Redskins coach Mike Shanahan said of Clinton Portis, “He’s our running back.” That was then, this is...

Willie Parker signs with Redskins
The Washington Redskins have reached agreement with free agent running back Willie Parker on a one-year deal with a maximum value of $3.1 million. Parker...

RB Brandon Wilds Takes A Look At UNC
RB Brandon Wilds (6-1 220) of Blythewood made an unofficial visit to North Carolina Friday. "The visit was good," Wilds said. "I spoke with (former...

Willie Parker giving from the heart
After a Grinch threatened to spoil Christmas for hundreds of local children in need, a community hero gave it back. Pittsburgh Steeler Willie Parker, a...


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