Kony Ealy

Missouri Tigers #47 -

  • Height: 6-5
  • Weight: 275
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The Notebook: Is Kony Ealy a 1st-round pick?

The Missouri standout is seen by many as one of the top pass rushers in the 2014 NFL Draft and a potential target for the Cincinnati Bengals. Don't believe the hype.

SBN bloggers mock: Ealy to Arizona

What should the Arizona Cardinals do in Round 1 to keep up with the Seahawks and the 49ers in the NFC West?

BBV Mock Draft: Kony Ealy to Cincinnati Bengals

The Bengals select Missouri defensive end Kony Ealy with the 24th overall pick in our community mock draft. Is this the right or wong choice? You tell us.

Pro day results: Sam, Ealy impress at Mizzou

Kony Ealy, Michael Sam and Derek Carr are among the notable names working out on Thursday.

Links: No. 1, John Brown, and SackSEER

Missouri tops Texas A&M and gets an SEC Tourney shot at Florida. Plus: John Brown's an SEC legend, it's a pretty big weekend for almost every winter and spring Missouri sport, and the numbers pretty much hate Michael Sam.

Links: Sam, Ealy, QBs, and the SEC Network

Kony Ealy is Justin Tuck, Mizzou gives Drew Lock a new look, the SEC Network should help out the hoops viewing experience, and ... WE'RE TALKING SPRING FOOTBALL!!!!!1!!

Whom does SB Nation mock to the Chicago Bears?

It's 2014 Mock Draft time! This is the time of year when everyone speculates on which player will go where. We'll do our best to pick out a few reputable mock draft sites, feature their Chicago Bears selection, then ask you to tell us how they did.

Links: Kony, Clarkson, and Signing Day

Kony Ealy needs to keep his pad level down, it's two weeks to Signing Day, and Jordan Clarkson makes some awards watch lists.

Mock Draft: Saints Go Defense in First Round

A Senior Bowl edition mock draft from SB Nation's Mocking the Draft has the Saints taking a defensive stud in the first round.

100% Cotton Trip Diary

I trudged all the way down to Texas to watch the Tigers play some football. It might have been a little bit of fun.

Cotton Bowl champs!

Missouri finishes the 2013 season at 12-2 and, and with the No. 3, 5, 6, and 7 teams in the country all losing, the Tigers should finish the season around fifth or sixth.

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