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On April 30, 2011, former University of Richmond cornerback Justin Rogers was selected by the Buffalo Bills in the seventh round of the NFL Draft. However, on March 11, 2011, the National Football League entered a lockout, disallowing communication between the organizations and the players.
University of Richmond cornerback Justin Rogers was taken in the seventh round by the Buffalo Bills in the 2011 NFL Draft Saturday. Rogers, who was the 206th overall pick, is the fourth Richmond player to be taken by Buffalo and the first since fellow defensive back Brian Jordan was selected in 1989. The Bills selected two other defensive backs this year in Aaron Brown from the University of Texas in the second round and safety Da'Norris Searcy from the University of North Carolina in the fourth round.
Former University of Richmond cornerback Justin Rogers was drafted in the seventh round of the National Football League Draft Saturday.
University of Richmond graduates and former football players Justin Rogers and Martin Parker, have been preparing for the NFL draft, which will take place April 28 to April 30 in New York City.
Former University of Richmond defensive tackle Martin Parker was named the defensive Most Valuable Player of Saturday afternoon's East vs. West Shrine Game held in Orlando, Fla.
Former University of Richmond football players Martin Parker and Justin Rogers will head to the NFL Scouting Combine next month after their appearance in the East vs. West Shrine game in Orlando on Jan. 22.
With the way the defense has played so far this season, it should come as no surprise that linebacker Eric McBride and defensive tackle Martin Parker helped set up a Richmond touchdown. But what was surprising was the manner in which they did that.
The 2010 senior class has led Richmond to 41 wins and three playoff appearances, including two conference titles (2007 and 2009) and the 2008 FCS National Championship.
For one last time, the seniors for the University of Richmond will put on the home jersey on Saturday against the University of Rhode Island.
Sophomore kicker Wil Kamin made a 20-yard field goal in overtime to give the Spiders a 13-10 win and keep their playoff hopes alive. Richmond improved to 5-4 on the season and 10-1 all time in overtime games. One of those wins came earlier this season, with a 27-21 victory over Elon in the Robins Stadium opener.
It seems to be a mandate whenever the University of Richmond plays James Madison University: There must be late-game heroics. And Saturday evening's game between those two schools not only met that mandate, it exceeded the mandate.
It may only be the beginning of November, but for the University of Richmond, the remaining three football games all have a December feel to them.
Looking at the stats from the past two weeks, it's hard to ask the Richmond defense to improve. But that hasn't stopped Richmond coach Latrell Scott from demanding more from his defense.
For the first time this year, the University of Richmond football team will travel outside the state of Virginia as it takes on the University of New Hampshire at noon on Saturday.
With about eight minutes left in the game, the University of Richmond was amidst another second-half meltdown with Coastal Carolina at Richmond's 2-yard line and trailing by eight. The only question seemed to be whether the Richmond defense would be able to stop a two-point try by Coastal Carolina.
Setting career highs for attempts, yards and touchdowns typically means a great four quarters of football.