Former Michigan star Chase Winovich brings relentless motor to Cleveland Browns
He is able to play defensive end and linebacker, in both even and odd fronts. Chase Winovich shows his hand strength by discarding Carlos Hyde on a pass rush and getting the sack on Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson. Below is another example of how Winovich uses his hands to get rid of a blocker. This play is another example of how Chase Winovich uses his hands to get rid of a blocker. During the play, Winovich uses his right arm and hand to control offensive tackle Denzelle Good.mlive.com
Patriots trade former Wolverine Chase Winovich to Browns for Mack Wilson
The Patriots have decided to move on from Chase Winovich. Bill Belichick dealt the inconsistent edge rusher to the Browns for inside linebacker Mack Wilson on Tuesday morning, according to NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero. Winovich was entering the final year of his rookie deal after three seasons in Foxborough. A fifth-round pick in the same draft as Winovich, Wilson started 14 games for the Browns as a rookie, but then saw his playing time halved in back-to-back seasons. At 6-foot-1, 233 pounds, he’s smaller than most Patriots inside linebackers, but boasts some coverage skills the unit has lacked.mlive.com
Chase Winovich cuts off trademark long hair that he’s had since his Michigan days
You won’t see Chase Winovich’s trademark blonde locks trailing out of his helmet this season. But entering Year 4 in the NFL, Winovich could be due for a bit of a changeup on the field as well. The team’s leader in sacks in 2020, Winovich took a step back in 2021. After missing time during the offseason (and during the season) to injury, Winovich logged just 11 tackles and zero sacks in 2021. In 2022, he’ll be in the final year of his rookie contract, a time that could prove pivotal in determining his long-term future in New England.mlive.com
National Bobblehead Day 25% flash sale on Detroit Lions, Tigers, Red Wings players and more
Today is National Bobblehead Day and to celebrate, Foco is having a 25% flash sale on most of its bobbleheads, including some of your favorite Michigan athletes, past and present. From Matthew Stafford and Tom Brady to Miguel Cabrera and Justin Verlander to Chase Winovich, here are all of the bobbleheads we found on the sports merchandise site. DETROIT LIONSMatthew Stafford - $30Trey Flowers - $37.50Jeff Okudah OSU - $33.75Jeff Okudah OSU bobblehead (Photo courtesy of Foco)DETROIT TIGERSMiguel Cabrera - $22.50PAWS “Game of Thrones” - $25”GOT” Tigers Knight King - $25Detroit Tigers "Game of Thrones" bobblehead (Photo courtesy of Foco)DC Comics Tigers Batman - $26.25DETROIT RED WINGSDylan Larkin - $30MICHIGAN CONNECTIONSTom Brady Tampa Bay pirate ship - $45Tom Brady cannon Tamp Bay - $33.75Tom Brady New England farewell - $45Tom Brady 6x Super Bowl champ - $50Chase Winovich - UM - $30Chase Winovich bobblehead (Photo courtesy of Foco)Devin Bush - UM - $30Justin Verlander 2019 Cy Young winner - $37.50Max Scherzer dog days of summer - $33.75Le’Veon Bell - Steelers - $22.50Antonio Brown - Steelers - $22.50MORE FROM MLIVE:Bobbleheads featuring ‘A League of Their Own’ players include two Michigan all-starsmlive.com
Abram, Simmons among 2nd-year players poised for breakouts
Instead, the rookie safety injured his shoulder in the season opener and didnt play again last season. Now Abram is one of several second-year players poised for a breakout season in 2020. While Abrams season was cut short because of an injury, Tennessee first-round defensive tackle Jeffrey Simmons started late because of one. Simmons recovered in time to play nine games of the regular season and three playoff games. He showed flashes as a rookie with 59 catches for 680 yards and five TDs despite substandard quarterback play from Mason Rudolph and Devlin Hodges.
4 questions that could shape the 2019 Michigan football season
After losing Chase Winovich, Rashan Gary, Devin Bush and David Long this season, Michigan is hoping for similar results. Kwity Paye #19 of the Michigan Wolverines tries to sack Peyton Ramsey #12 of the Indiana Hoosiers at Michigan Stadium on November 17, 2018 in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Yes, Michigan needed to make major changes in the offense. Michigan needed to address each of these issues, and it did so with the home run hire of Josh Gattis. Michigan offensive coordinator Josh Gattis (Michigan Football/@UMichFootball)Gattis needs to be good, and it needs to be immediate.