Teams Eyeing Former Packer Receiver Murphy - KLTV.com - Tyler, Longview, Jacksonville |ETX News

8/10/06-Tyler

Teams Eyeing Former Packer Receiver Murphy

Aggie fans had the chance to meet and greet former wide receiver Terrence Murphy at the Tyler-Smith County A&M Club's meeting Thursday night.

Fans swarmed A&M's all-time leading receiver to shake hands and ask questions, but there is still plenty of buzz about Terrence's future.

A helmet to helmet collision brought an early end to his pro career in 2005 with Green Bay.

Right now there are plenty of teams shopping for a good backup receiver, including Dallas. Terrence would not name names.

"We got some teams looking," he said. "We got some teams out there, but I'm going to keep it a secret. If it's meant for me to play, I'll play. Everybody knows that I can play football. It's not about me being able to play. It's what could happen if I take a hit. So that's the biggest situation why I'm not playing right now, but I'm healthy."

Terrence plans to pursue his masters at Texas A&M this fall if he does not return to football.

  • KLTV SportsLocal SportsMore>>

  • Sports WebXtra: Mahomes working out for NFL teams

    Sports WebXtra: Mahomes working out for NFL teams

    Thursday, March 23 2017 5:29 PM EDT2017-03-23 21:29:17 GMT
    Patrick Mahomes is working out for several NFL teams.Patrick Mahomes is working out for several NFL teams.

    There are 35 days until the NFL Draft, and the market for Patrick Mahomes II is heating up. According to his agent Leigh Steinberg, 13 teams have asked for private workouts with the Whitehouse product.

    More >>

    There are 35 days until the NFL Draft, and the market for Patrick Mahomes II is heating up. According to his agent Leigh Steinberg, 13 teams have asked for private workouts with the Whitehouse product.

    More >>
  • Sports WebXtra: Kiper's latest mock draft has Cowboys taking Jabrill Peppers

    Sports WebXtra: Kiper's latest mock draft has Cowboys taking Jabrill Peppers

    Thursday, March 23 2017 5:48 PM EDT2017-03-23 21:48:44 GMT
    Latest mock draft has Dallas taking defensive back.Latest mock draft has Dallas taking defensive back.
    Between NFL Draft experts Mel Kiper and Todd McShay, the consensus is the Cowboys will draft a defensive player with their 28th pick in the first round. But the question is, what position and route will Dallas go? In his latest mock draft on Wednesday, Kiper has owner Jerry Jones and company taking Michigan safety Jabrill Peppers. In the first two mock drafts, Kiper has also has Dallas drafting a defensive back. In all three of his mock drafts meanwhile, McShay has Dallas taking thre...More >>
    Between NFL Draft experts Mel Kiper and Todd McShay, the consensus is the Cowboys will draft a defensive player with their 28th pick in the first round. But the question is, what position and route will Dallas go? In his latest mock draft on Wednesday, Kiper has owner Jerry Jones and company taking Michigan safety Jabrill Peppers. In the first two mock drafts, Kiper has also has Dallas drafting a defensive back. In all three of his mock drafts meanwhile, McShay has Dallas taking thre...More >>
  • Sports WebXTra: Upcoming rain moves weekend series

    Sports WebXTra: Upcoming rain moves weekend series

    Thursday, March 23 2017 5:45 PM EDT2017-03-23 21:45:33 GMT
    With a First Alert Weather Day set for Friday, March 24th, colleges have moved weekend series back. No games will be played in the area for college softball or baseball Friday.  UT Tyler softball and TJC baseball will both be playing their three game series on Saturday and Sunday rather than Friday Saturday. UT Tyler baseball and TJC softball are on the road and set to play double header's on Saturday. Soccer playoffs for boys and girls high school teams are scheduled arou...More >>
    With a First Alert Weather Day set for Friday, March 24th, colleges have moved weekend series back. No games will be played in the area for college softball or baseball Friday.  UT Tyler softball and TJC baseball will both be playing their three game series on Saturday and Sunday rather than Friday Saturday. UT Tyler baseball and TJC softball are on the road and set to play double header's on Saturday. Soccer playoffs for boys and girls high school teams are scheduled arou...More >>
Powered by Frankly