We are now eight weeks into a rocky NFL season, as four Penn alumni navigate the new COVID-19 landscape. As we near the halfway point of the season, we check in with how they're doing.
Today, we took a look back at the five Quakers who have had the most successful NFL careers.
Bednarik always had fight in him. Known as one of the most hard-nosed, tough players in NFL history, Bednarik earned himself a fitting nickname: Concrete Charlie.
Trump’s four years in the Oval Office have thus far been riddled with inconsistencies, contradictory statements, and lies. His long history with both professional and college football consists of much of the same.
The 2010 Quakers put in countless hours of work in order to have a moment of relief and glory as it claimed another title.
John Outland first stepped on Franklin Field just two years after it was built. Nearly 125 years after his final snap on Franklin Field, Outland’s legacy still is one of the most remarkable to touch Penn football.
John Heisman began his football career as an offensive lineman, first playing for Brown from 1887-89 and then for Penn in 1890 and 1891 following a transfer.
Since his first appearance, Jason McCleod has continued to demonstrate his skills and technique as one of the Quakers' best defensive backs.
Through Week 7 of the NFL season, Penn alumni are continuing to contribute to their respective teams. As the season heats up, we check in on how they’re doing.
The 2013 duel was close throughout, with neither team able to hold the lead by more than one score the entire game.
We’ll be taking a deep dive into each position group on Penn’s all-time defensive lineup. Here are the top 11 all-time defensive football players in Penn football history.
Through Week 6 of the NFL, Penn football alumni are looking to make solid impacts in the NFL. As teams continue to toil with the effects of the coronavirus, we check in on Penn alumni in the league.
Coach Ray Priore knows the importance of being meticulous and not forgetting a single detail, whether it be recruiting, X’s and O’s on the field, or crafting relationships.
Projected to finish fourth in the Ivy League that year, the Quakers were ready to start their revenge tour after only losing to undefeated Harvard in the season prior.
We took a deep dive into the illustrious history of the Red and Blue football and put together an all-time Penn offense.
The Red and Blue started the season still excited about their Ivy League title the previous year, and they followed it up with a second consecutive championship under coach Ray Priore.
As four Penn alumni are navigating their way through this unprecedented NFL season, we take a look at how they are doing through Week 5.
Coming into the 2012 season, expectations were lower, as the Quakers were projected to finish second in the league behind Harvard, but they defied odds to claim the outright title.
The Daily Pennsylvanian asked Penn football's Rory Starkey Jr. 15 questions about his sport, his time at Penn, and his life overall. Here's what the junior wide receiver had to say.
“We weren’t gonna let Cornell stop us from winning an Ivy League Championship,” then-junior running back Brian Schoenauer said. And the Quakers didn't.