News and links roundup for 9/27

  • NFL updates from the past month: the Dolphins signed Nate Jones. The Broncos cut Brandon Bing. The Jaguars cut Tiquan Underwood. The Patriots cut Alex Silvestro. The Vikings cut Ryan D'Imperio and the Bucs cut George Johnson, but re-signed both to their practice squads.
  • Ryan Hart lost his suit against EA Sports for using his likeness in a video game without permission.
  • After leaving Rutgers for Georgia Tech, Morgan Carter interned with the Supreme Court.
  • Jordan Hill had an odd exchange with Greg Schiano upon decommitting several years back.
  • It's hard to feel sorry for Mike Adams not getting a scholarship from Rutgers when he joined the Eagles' bandwagon in college. Can't do that when you're from Paterson, it's just wrong. It's kinda weird to think that RU passed on two Paterson players in the NFL now in Adams and Victor Cruz.
  • The new Livingston Dining Hall is garnering rave reviews. That's mind-blowing for alumni who remember intentionally avoiding the Livingston campus as much as possible.
  • Rutgers wants people to know about its outreach efforts with New Jersey businesses. That might raise a few eyebrows, but likely will have strong support as well.
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