Brandon Flowers

Virginia Tech Hokies #0 - Cornerback

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Program Twilight: Spitballing Some Fixes


The Program Twilight series makes it to the first big fork in the road, and takes it. Let’s start spitballing some potential solutions. Here we lay out the introductory, but stay tuned we’re going...

Pregame Guesses: UCLA Bruins Football Travels to Utah to Face the #7 Utes

How will Joshua Kelley fare against the top rushing D in the nation? Can UCLA’s D stop Utah’s senior QB and senior RB? Who wins the penalty battle?

Virginia Tech football: 18 days til kickoff with a look back at Brandon Flowers


One of the best defensive backs in Virginia Tech history.

Five Things to Watch For: Duke


Josh Jackson is out for the rest of the year and the team blew it big time against ODU. What’s the response going to be against a ranked Duke team?

Former Hokie Brandon Flowers to announce retirement from NFL


Flowers was an All-American in 2007 for Virginia Tech

Chargers sign CB Ryan Reid


Chargers bring in another CB for camp

The best players in NFL history based on the draft position of the Seahawks 2017 picks

The Seahawks added 11 players to their roster through the draft last week, and as we all know, the most important way to predict a player’s success is through the fairly-arbitrary process of noting...

NFL.Com Four Round Mock Draft Has Chargers Taking Ryan Ramczyk in First Round

Kyle Posey reviews's Chad Reuter’s mock draft and offers his own thoughts on what the Chargers should do.

The G-L Review: State of the Union Address (Part 2)

It was a long and tumultuous season. Here’s my second recap—most of them decently biased opinions on all things Chargers

History says Saints have great opportunity with 11th overall draft pick


The 11th pick has put some future Hall of Famers into the NFL, like Ole Miss linebacker Patrick Willis. It’s also produced some draft busts. Which path will the Saints take in 2017? Let’s break...

Why the Chargers Should Select Malik Hooker With the 7th Overall Draft Pick

Hooker could be a cornerstone in the Chargers’ changing defense.

Chargers select CB Craig Mager in 3rd Round

In the third round, with the 83rd overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft, the San Diego Chargers drafted Craig Mager, a raw cornerback from Texas State.