Jeoffrey Pagan

Alabama Crimson Tide #8 - Defensive Linesman

  • Height: 6-4
  • Weight: 290

Michigan State Undrafted Free Agent Recap


After not hearing their names called in the NFL draft, several Spartans were quick to sign with various teams as undrafted free agents.

Sunday Morning Hangover: Numbers & Notes



2015 NFL Draft Open Thread


Who goes where and when?

Previewing the Alabama Defense


The defense looks to rebound from a disappointing end to last season with a lot of fresh faces.

2014 SEC Football Position Rankings: D-Line

To avoid summer boredom, we, SB Nation's SEC blogs, will be voting once a week until football season, ranking the position groups for SEC football as we countdown to the first weekend of the season.

2014 NFL Draft: Houston Texans Shadow Draft 2014


Sometimes reasonable people can disagree about what draft picks the Houston Texans should have made. This is a series chronicling those, and how good or dumb they look.

Texans Sign 3 More Players From 2014 Draft Class


On this first day of rookie mini-camp, the Houston Texans signed three more of their selections from the 2014 NFL Draft. Read on for contract terms.

5 Questions With Roll 'Bama Roll - Jeoffrey Pagan


In the next installment of our "Five Questions" series, SB Nation's University of Alabama blog, Roll 'Bama Roll, gives us the rundown on what to expect from Texans sixth round pick Jeoffrey Pagan.

Sunday Morning Hangover: 2014 NFL Draft Round-Up


News & Numbers

A Complete List Of All Houston Texans 2014 Picks


With the 2014 NFL Draft in the books, here's a quick look at everyone the Houston Texans drafted over the last three days.

2014 NFL Draft: Texans Select Fullback Jay Prosch


Welcome to the group, Jay Prosch. The Houston Texans have added another piece to the puzzle in the sixth round of the 2014 NFL Draft.

Houston Texans Draft Jeoffrey Pagan In 6th Round


Jeoffrey Pagan is your newest Houston Texan. Come on in and ask not what the Texans can do for Pagan, ask what Pagan can do for the Texans. Okay, you can ask both of those things.