Uche Nwaneri

Dallas Cowboys #74 - Guard

  • Born: 03/20/84
  • Age: 30
  • Height: 6-3
  • Weight: 310
  • Seasons: 8

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Uche Nwaneri to visit Titans; Has visited Bengals


After previously visiting the Bengals, Nwaneri will now look to the Titans.

Uche Nwaneri scheduled to visit Cincinnati

Jacksonville released the veteran guard last week, who has been dealing with leg injuries in recent years, due to a $5.9 million salary and the benefit of $3.7 million savings in cap space.

Giants' notebook: Free agency dominates headlines

Free agency starts March 11, and most of the news, rumors and speculation right now involves what will happen once the doors swing open on the market.

Jaguars Releasing Starting Guard Uche Nwaneri


The Jaguars are cutting one of their starting guards, and with Mike Pollak becoming a free agent, Uche Nwaneri could be someone to watch for if the Bengals want to bolster their depth there.


Rackley hopes to face Chiefs in opener

The Jaguars offensive line feared an ankle injury suffered in preseason would be much more serious than it turned out.

Gabbert sits out team drills

Jaguars quarterback Blaine Gabbert had his ankle stepped on in Monday's practice, but after a day off sat out team drills as a precautionary measure.

Gabbert injury not considered serious

Jaguars quarterback Blaine Gabbert went down with an ankle injury on Monday, but by all accounts he should be fine.

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Jacksonville is 'perfect place' for Roddy Tomlin


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