Igor Olshansky

Miami Dolphins #95 - Defensive Tackle

  • Born: 05/03/82
  • Age: 39
  • Height: 6-5
  • Weight: 315

40 is the new 35 when it comes to NFL quarterbacks like Tom Brady and Drew Brees


Roughing the passer rules aside, NFL signal callers have taken their fitness and diet regimens to new heights as they seek to elongate their professional careers.

NFL All-Time RAS team: Could you compete with just raw athleticism?


What would happen if you put together a team comprised of just the top RAS athletes at every position?

Who Is Your Favorite Chargers Player of All Time?

Richard Wade: Who is your favorite Chargers player of all time? Michael Peterson: My favorite Chargers player of all time has got to be Antonio Gates. Growing up I was always a basketball player,...

Ranking Romo's Comebacks: #9 Romo Makes Miles


Over the next several weeks before training camp, let's relive some of Tony Romo's best comeback stories. Today, we go back to a wild one in Kansas City also known as the day Miles Austin emerged...

Broncos Front 7 - Wade-ing into the Roster


How is the Son of a Bum going to use the talent that we have on the roster? Looking at how he has adapted in the past gives us a good place to start.

The draft class that made the Chargers contenders

Nine years later, we look back on what might be the greatest draft class ever assembled. A.J. Smith's masterpiece netted the San Diego Chargers seven future Pro Bowlers and nine future NFL starters.


Nalen admits to trying to injure Olshansky

Tom Nalen admitted to trying to injure Igor Olshansky during a game in 2006 at his Denver Broncos Ring of Fame introduction press conference on Thursday.

Battle Red Newswire: Rock Bottom at Minute Maid


When will football season start again? Seriously. I will never eat a snow cone at a baseball game again. Not that I ever have.

Tom Nalen: Mum's the Word


Tom Nalen becomes the 24th member of the ring of fame, and for once the guy opened up about the honor and his career. He's sure to be fined by Alex Gibbs, retirement be damned, but come see what he...

A recent history of the 35th overall pick


Yesterday we took a look at the recent history of the #4 overall pick, which the Eagles hold in the upcoming draft. While hitting on that top pick will be important, it's just as vital that the...

Cowboys Draft: Tempering Our Expectations


In the first part of a two-part series that seeks to realign our expectations for Cowboys draft picks, we use a revised "Draft Trade Value Chart" to establish more realistic career productivity...

Do Workout Warriors Work Out?


A look at the success rate of NFL Combine workout champs.