Nate Ebner Says “It Was Always in My Head That I’d [be in the NFL] One Day”

December 6, 2013 at 6:15a    by DJ Byrnes    
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Nate Ebner, yo

Nate Ebner was last seen securing Wes Welker's muffed punt to secure a crucial AFC victory for his Patriots over Peyton Manning's Broncos:

New England Patriots safety and special teams player Nate Ebner joined Bull & Fox to talk about his journey to the NFL after playing special teams at Ohio State, the transition to making an impact on a NFL roster, the leadership behind Bill Belichick and Tom Brady, following Ohio State’s season and rooting for the chance at a national championship.

You'll have to click through to catch the podcast, but if you're interested in a tale from an amazingly humble guy about a completely unorthodox path to the NFL, it's definitely worth the llisten.


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TMac's picture

a completely unorthodox path to the NFL

There's an understatement!!  Dude never played HS football, just a freak athlete and world class rugby player - walks on, has 30 career tackles at tOSU, and now he's playing on Sunday!!

ScarletGray43157's picture

Never say Never.

In old Ohio there's a team that's known throughout the land...

mtrotb's picture

Congrats to this walk on who payed his way at OSU and is now making at least the minimum salary which is $555,000 a year. 

mtrotb

causeicouldntgo43's picture

Love or hate Belichick/Pats - he/they know how to find diamonds in the rough...........

741's picture

Possibly the best OSUFB player story in recent history.