Search Results for: Zack Bowman

Bowman grabs second pick of season (Football)

Anchorage’s Zack Bowman turned in one of the lone bright spots for the Chicago Bears today. The second-year cornerback intercepted Arizona Cardinals quarterback Matt Leinart in the fourth quarter in an otherwise ugly 41-21 loss at Soldier Field. It was the only pass Leinart threw, who had replaced starter Kurt Warner but was taken out… Read more »

Bowman a Swami on the field (Football)

Anchorage’s Zack Bowman made a big play on Sunday Night Football, but it couldn’t save the depleted Chicago Bears. Bowman, of Bartlett High fame, snared his second career interception in the third quarter, yet the Bears lost 21-14 to the Atlanta Falcons. In a way, the Alaskan cornerback visualized picking off Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan… Read more »

Kuper injured, Bowman DNP (Football)

If you tuned into Sunday Night Football hoping to catch Alaskans Chris Kuper and Zack Bowman showcase their NFL skills, you didn’t see much. Kuper, a starting offensive lineman with the Denver Broncos, left early in the first quarter when he was helped off the field after injuring his ankle. Bowman, meanwhile, didn’t even play…. Read more »

Bowman returns to practice field (Football)

Second-year Chicago Bears cornerback Zack Bowman of Anchorage was back at practice this week after recovering from a hamstring injury that had kept him out of the team’s first two preseason games. “It felt good to get out there, run around a little bit, and do some backpedaling and planting and catching the ball,” Bowman… Read more »

Undrafted Manumaleuna signs with New York Giants

Eathyn Manumaleuna of Anchorage might just be the next Alaskan to play in the NFL. The undrafted free agent signed a contract with the New York Giants almost immediately after the weekend draft. The 6-foot-2, 305-pound defensive lineman this year completed his college eligibility at BYU, where he enjoyed a strong career that started way… Read more »

NFL’s Tampa Bay Bucs call on Hardy (Football)

Anchorage’s Daniel Hardy is on his way to the NFL. The strapping 6-foot-4, 245-pound tight end out of the University of Idaho was selected today by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the seventh round of the 2011 NFL Draft, ending one of the most anxious and emotional roller-coaster days of his life. “It’s still pretty… Read more »