Post Archive Featuring edwin baker
Lions Reportedly Will Sign OT Quinn Barham, S Sam Proctor, LB Ronnie Sneed, WR Jared Karstetter (Pride of Detroit)
Lions set to sign K Derek Dimke, OG Rodney Austin, LB Carmen Messina, WR Patrick Edwards (Pride of Detroit)
Detroit Lions Reportedly Add OG J.C. Oram (Pride of Detroit)
Wayne State WR Troy Burrell To Lions? (Pride of Detroit)
Boise State quarterback Kellen Moore signs with Detroit Lions (MLive)
Jerel Worthy selected by the Green Bay Packers with 51st pick (FOX Sports Detroit)
Kirk Cousins selected by the Washington Redskins with 102nd pick (FOX Sports Detroit)
Keshawn Martin selected by the Houston Texans with the 121st pick (MSUSpartans.com)
Trenton Robinson selected by the San Francisco 49ers with 180th pick (MSUSpartans.com)
B.J. Cunningham selected by the Miami Dolphins with 183rd pick (MSUSpartans.com)
David Molk selected by the San Diego Chargers with the 226th pick (MGoBlue.com)
Junior Hemingway selected by the Kansas City Chiefs with the 238th pick (MGoBlue.com)
Western Michigan receiver Jordan White selected by the New York Jets with the 244th pick (Detroit News)
Edwin Baker selected by the San Diego Chargers with the 250th pick (MSUSpartans.com)
Western Michigan kicker John Potter selected by the Buffalo Bills with the 251st pick (Detroit News)
Doug Fister likely to make rehabilitation start this week for Triple-A Toledo (MLive)
Six former Michigan State football players are headed to the NFL scouting combine Feb. 22-28 in Indianapolis.
Tight end Brian Linthicum is not among them — despite playing in the Senior Bowl and being projected as high as a middle-round NFL draft pick.
Quarterback Kirk Cousins, wideouts B.J. Cunningham, Keshawn Martin, running back Edwin Baker, defensive tackle Jerel Worthy and safety Trenton Robinson are all combine-bound. (MLive)
Michigan State class of 2009 running back commitment Edwin Baker received an impressive honor recently when he was selected to play in the United States Army All-American Bowl. The game, which is held at the Alamo Bowl in San Antonio on January 3rd, will be broadcast live on NBC at 12 noon CST.