On this date in 1973, Los Angeles Rams defensive end Fred Dryer became the first player to record two safeties in one game in the Rams’ 24-7 victory over the Packers. After football, Dryer went on to enjoy a successful career as a film and television actor. He was best known as the lead role in Hunter, an NBC police drama that ran for seven seasons in the late 80s-early 90s.
While PFR is dedicated to player movement, Pigskin Links is open to pieces on all areas of the game and we’re looking for interesting reads on all things football from blogs of all sizes. If you would like to suggest your blog post (or someone else’s) for Pigskin Links, send Zach an email with the link and a brief synopsis at PigskinLinks@gmail.com. Here’s this week’s look around the football blogosphere..
- Gang Green Nation says Percy Harvin and Jeremy Kerley can play together.
- Black And Teal looks at the Jaguars sans Paul Posluszny.
- Cat Scratch Reader likes Baylor defensive end Shawn Oakman.
- Lombardi Ave is excited about the Packers’ offense the rest of the way.