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Colledge signs new deal with Miami Dolphins

If the Miami Dolphins wanted to clean up the image of its offensive line, they scored a touchdown with veteran guard Daryn Colledge of North Pole. The ninth-year blocker is steady as a rock, playing in all 128 games of his NFL career. His streak of playing in consecutive games dates back to his days… Read more »

Colledge starts ‘Cheeseheads’ young (Football)

North Pole’s Daryn Colledge of the Green Bay Packers was all smiles during a recent visit to St. John Baptist Catholic School. The kids reportedly burst into cheers and stomped their feet when Colledge walked into the gymnasium to greet them. Sheboygan Press photo   Comments and Suggestions

Colledge could miss first game (Football)

Daryn Colledge’s streak of consecutive games could be in jeopardy. The offensive lineman with the Green Bay Packers – and one of only three Alaskans in the NFL – has played in 121 straight games dating back to his college days at Boise State. Colledge, of North Pole fame, hasn’t missed a game since probably… Read more »

Colledge favored for starting job (Football)

If the season started today, North Pole’s Daryn Colledge would keep his starting job at left guard on the Packers’ offensive line, the Green Bay Press-Gazette reported. “Colledge has been getting the majority of snaps with the No. 1 offense, and at least early on, the anticipated competition between him and Jason Spitz hasn’t materialized,”… Read more »

Packers, Colledge begin NFL playoffs (Football)

Success is often found in routine, but some people are just superstitious. Either way, the Green Bay Packers and offensive lineman Daryn Colledge of North Pole aren’t about to change things now. Not with the playoffs kicking off this weekend. So if it’s Thursday, it must be time to hit somebody. For the third consecutive… Read more »

Colledge named Man of the Year (Football)

Professional athletes are often held to a higher standard even though most don’t deserve it. Daryn Colledge is one of the true role models. The North Pole native has been selected as the Green Bay Packers’ 2009 Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year, a team award that will net the fourth-year guard a $1,000… Read more »