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AUDIO: Malzahn, Steele, Johnson Think They’ll Stay at Auburn.

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Gus Malzahn

Malzahn has been the center of many rumors the past several weeks regarding his potential departure to Arkansas. He addresses that here.

Kerryon Johnson

Johnson has climbed to the top of several draft board over the course of the season. He says he thinks he will be back at AUburn next season.

Kevin Steele

Tenessee’s search for their next head coach rages on. Steele, a graduate of the school, has had his named thrown out there for a potnetial hire. Here’s what he had to say about it.

 

Win a Trip to the Auburn-Arkansas Game from ESPN 106.7!

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20171018_143915_resizedCongratulations to our Auburn vs. Arkansas football road trip winner, Spencer Thomas of Opelika! Spender (center) is pictured here with ESPN 106.7 General Sales Manager John Bodiford (L) and Rich Perkins (R) of Rich & Jeremy in the Morning on our sister station, Wings 94.3

Spencer is a Pharmacy Tech student and took his dad with him on the trip to Fayetteville this past Saturday. They obviously brought the Tigers some luck as they brought home a Tiger victory!

Thanks to our sponsor, La Cantina Mexican Restaurant in Opelika and to all who entered the contest.

Stay tuned to ESPN 106.7 for more winning!

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Auburn Players in the NFL 2017

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With the 2017 National Football League season kicking off on Thursday, here’s a quick list of former Auburn Tigers that will be taking the field to begin the new season:

 

Karlos Dansby played linebacker at Auburn from 2001-2003 and was a two-time All SEC selection. (Photo Credit: Auburn Athletics)

Arizona Cardinals

Josh Bynes- Linebacker

Karlos Dansby- Linebacker

Rudy Ford- Safety

 

Atlanta Falcons

Josh Harris- Long Snapper

 

Carolina Panthers

Cam Newton led the 2010 Auburn Tigers to a SEC Championship and National Championship. Newton won the Heisman Trophy, Maxwell Award, and Davey O’Brien Award

Cameron Artis-Payne- Running Back

Cam Newton- Quarterback

 

Cincinnati Bengals

Carl Lawson- Linebacker

Pat Sims- Defensive Tackle

C.J. Uzomah- Tight End

 

Cleveland Browns

Shon Coleman- Offensive Lineman

Ricardo Louis- Wide Reciever

Cody Parkey- Placekicker

 

Greg Robinson played offensive guard for the Tigers from 2012-2013 and was picked #2 overall in the 2014 NFL Draft ( Credit: Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports)

Greg Robinson played offensive guard for the Tigers from 2012-2013 and was picked #2 overall in the 2014 NFL Draft 
(Credit: Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports)

Detroit Lions

Greg Robinson- Offensive Tackle

 

Green Bay Packers

Montravius Adams- Defensive Tackle

Robert Leff- Offensive Tackle

Jermaine Whitehead- Safety

 

Houston Texans

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Chad Slade played offensive guard for the Tigers from 2011-2013 and made 49 career starts, which is fourth all-time in Auburn history (Photo Credit: Auburn Athletics)

Jay Prosch- Fullback

Chad Slade-Guard

 

Indianapolis Colts

Quan Bray- Wide Reciever

 

Jacksonville Jaguars

Corey Grant- Running Back

 

Kansas City Chiefs

Dee Ford- Linebacker

Tony Stevens- Wide Reciver

Maurice Swain- Defensive Lineman

 

Los Angeles Rams

Cassanova McKinzy played linebacker for the Tigers from 2013-2015

Blake Countess- Safety

Alex Kozan- Offensive Lineman

Cassanova McKinzy- Linebacker

 

Los Angeles Chargers

Trovon Reed- Cornerback

 

Miami Dolphins

Avery Young- Offensive Tackle

 

New England Patriots

Jonathan Jones- Defensive Back

Brandon King- Defensive Back

 

Nick Marshall played quarterback for the Tigers from 2013-2014 and won a SEC Championship with Auburn in 2013 (Photo Credit: Auburn Athletics)

New York Jets

Corey Lemonier- Linebacker

Nick Marshall- Cornerback

Robenson Therezie

 

Philadelphia Eagles

Gabe Wright- Defensive Tackle

 

Pittsburgh Steelers

Sammie Coates- Wide Reciever

 

San Francisco 49ers

Chris Davis- Cornerback

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Sen’Derrick Marks played defensive line for the Tigers from 2006-2007

Sen’Derrick Marks- Defensive Lineman

 

Seattle Seahawks

Neiko Thorpe- Cornerback

 

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Peyton Barber- Running Back

DaVonte Lambert- Defensive Tackle

 

Tennessee Titans

Daren Bates- Linebacker

Joshua Holsey played defensive back for the Tigers from 2012-2016 (Photo Credit: Auburn Athletics)

Joshua Holsey played defensive back for the Tigers from 2012-2016
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Angelo Blackson- Defensive End

 

Washington Redskins

Joshua Holsey- Cornerback

Days to Auburn Kickoff: 3 Jonathan Jones

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Only 3 short days until Auburn football!

Today we honor a notable number 3; Jonathan Jones.

The Carrollton, Georgia native went to Carrollton High School before arriving on Auburn’s campus in the fall of 2012. Jones was a four-year starter at cornerback for the Tigers. In 2014 and 2015, he earned second team All-SEC honors. Jones had 129 career tackles and seven interceptions in his four years with the Tigers.

Jones was not drafted in the 2016 NFL Draft, but signed as a free agent with the New England Patriots. Jones was a member of the Patriots team that went on to win Super Bowl LI against the Atlanta Falcons.

War Eagle Jonathan!

Days to Auburn Kickoff: 4 Zac Etheridge

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Zac Ethridge Football Heads on Wednesday April 28, 2010 in Auburn Al. Todd Van Emst

Kickoff versus Georgia Southern is now only four days away, and today we are honoring former defensive back/ safety #4 Zac Etheridge. He attended Charles Henderson High School in Troy, Alabama. As a junior he had 65 tackles, seven interceptions, and returned one for a touchdown. As a senior he had 89 tackles, including 65 solo stops, 14 pass breakups, three interceptions, six forced fumbles, and two fumble recoveries. Zac also got five touchdowns. When he began at Auburn in 2007, he started 12/13 games at safety. He tied for second on the team with five pass breakups. He had 65 stops and 32 tackles. During his 2008 season, Zac finished 17th in the SEC in tackles per game. He started all 12 games and finished the season with a team high 75 tackles (including one interception, one pass breakup, and one QB hurry). In 2009, Zac made it onto the SEC Academic Honor Roll, and by this time had started 33 consecutive games before his season-ending neck injury versus Ole Miss. Before that injury he had totaled 52 tackles (36 of which were solo). Nine months later after extensive rehabilitation, Etheridge returned to the starting lineup, where he was part of the memorable season ending with the national title in 2010. He received the James Owen Courage Award from Auburn in 2013. He graduated with a degree in Political Science. He went on to start his coaching career as a graduate assistant at Penn State, then spent two years on the coaching staff at Georgia Tech. More recently, he was hired as a corner-backs coach at Western Carolina, where he will be under fellow Auburn alum, defensive coach Dustin Landry. War Eagle Zac!

Days to Auburn Kickoff: 8 Cassanova McKinzy

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Only 8 short days until Auburn football!

Today we honor a notable number 8; Cassanova McKinzy.

The Birmingham, Alabama native went to Woodlawn High School before arriving on Auburn’s campus in the fall of 2013.

In 2013, McKinzy led the team in tackles (75), becoming the first underclassman to do so since 2008. McKinzy had a team-high 10 tackles in the SEC Championship Game vs. Missouri. In 2014, McKinzy played in all 13 games and had 91 tackles for the season. 2015 was the final season at Auburn for McKinzy. The 6-foot-3-inch linebacker finished his Auburn career with 263 tackles and named to 3rd team All-SEC by SEC coaches.

McKinzy currently plays in the NFL for the Los Angeles Rams.