Lawyer Milloy
All-American college football player, professional football player, defensive back, safety
Lawyer Milloy
Lawyer Marzell Milloy is an American football safety. He was drafted by the New England Patriots in the second round of the 1996 NFL Draft. He played college football at the University of Washington. Milloy has also played for the Buffalo Bills, Atlanta Falcons and Seattle Seahawks. He was a member of the Patriots Super Bowl XXXVI championship team.
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Huskies devour burgers during Dick’s Drive-In eating contest
Seattle Pi - over 3 years
Usually when you win something you feel good. Well, after Frank Painter won Dick’s Drive-In’s 60th Anniversary Husky burger eating contest on Tuesday he didn’t feel so good — even though he had just defeated a group of legendary Husky football players and had a free lunch. “So much cheese,” Painter said while grabbing his belly after devouring eight of the restaurant’s cheeseburgers in five minutes. The burger eating contest featured former Husky football players Lawyer Milloy, Mario Bailey, Greg Lewis, Jason Chorak and fans of the drive-in chomping on cheeseburgers. The winner of the contest was awarded $500 to the charity of their choice — Painter chose the Make-a-Wish  Read More
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How Buffalo Bills Make the Playoffs: Part 3
Buffalo Rising - over 4 years
After an exhausting five games away their first eight, including a two week road trip to the West coast, I've got Buffalo coming in to week 10 at 5-3 so far, with big wins over the Patriots week 3 and the Titans week 7 to this point of the season. However, the Bills road woes continue to start here, with a week 10 trip to Gillette stadium, as well as a short week before playing Miami on Thursday night at home, followed by two more games against the AFC South. Care to continue with me down the speculative road to find a Buffalo Wild Card berth and a 10-6 season?  Week 10: November 11, 2012 - Buffalo Bills at New England Patriots Last meeting: 9/30/12 - (predicted a win in Part I) This marks the last game of the rough stretch in Buffalo's schedule. After playing three of the last four away from home (largely against top ten teams), November will see this trend continue as they travel east to visit a Patriots team coming off a bye. Actually, this has been a pretty common th ...
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Comparison of Awards for Safeties since 1950
Bleeding Green Nation - almost 5 years
I compiled a list of several notable safeties in order to help assess Dawkins's chance at the Hall of Fame. Since most defensive numbers are unofficial, I decided to focus on individual and team awards compiled by the various players. I tried to include most of the notable Safeties since 1950, with an emphasis on Dawkins's contemporaries. Stats, Pro Bowl, All-Pro, and Hall of Fame info are from Pro Football Reference, awards are from the NFL Award pages on Wikipedia. Non-Hall of Famers Name Years Games All-Dec 1st AP Pro Bowls Champs. Div Champs. Alt. Pos. HOF Finalist Brian Dawkins 96-11 224 1 4 9 0 6 None N/A Bob Sanders 04-P 50 0 2 2 1 6 None N/A Ed Reed 02-P 144 1 5 8 0 3 None N/A Troy Polamalu 03-P 123 1 4 7 2 4 None N/A Adrian Wilson 01-P 166 0 1 5 0 2 None N/A Darren Sharper 97-10 205 1 2 5 1 6 None N/A Lawyer Milloy 96-10 234 0 1 4 1 4 None N/A Rodney Harrison 94-08 186 0 2 2 2 6 None N/A John Lynch 93-07 224 0 2 9 1 3 None 0 Darren Woodson 92-0 ...
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SEC Headlines 4/7/2012
Mr Sec - almost 5 years
1. The Bobby Petrino investigation: 911 call released.  What did state trooper Lance King know about the crash? 2. The couple that transported Petrino and Jessica Dorrell go into hiding? 3. Is this a  problem for Arkansas or just for the coach? 4. Former NFL safety Lawyer Milloy: “Just because he knows X’s and O’s doesn’t mean he’s a nice person.” 5. Has acting head coach Taver Johnson spoken to Petrino since the revelation: “I really haven’t had much contact with Coach.” 6. Instant impact on the gridiron?  Keep your eye on these early enrolling freshmen on SEC campuses. 7. Why is today’s Florida spring game a must-see scrimmage?  The battle at quarterback. Some other storylines to watch. 8. Will Muschamp wants a power running game. 9. Running backs impress during Friday’s scrimmage at Tennessee. 10. Linebacker Herman Lathers wants to be in the middle of the Tennessee 3-4 defense this fall. 11. Vol offensive lineman Antonio Richardson is 6’6″ and 325 lbs.  ”An NFL t ...
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Moving Forward Without Eric Berry -
Google News - over 5 years
Aside from being embarrassed 31-0 by Buffalo in the Week One “Lawyer Milloy Bowl,” the Patriots had to deal with an outbreak of injuries throughout the early portions of the 2003 season. Injuries were such a problem that the Patriots switched from a
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NFL History: Week 1 Games That Meant Little - Bleacher Report
Google News - over 5 years
Lawyer Milloy was as big a presence in their clubhouse as Brady back then, and was considered their defensive leader. Milloy had spent his first seven seasons in New England. On September 2, 2003, Bill Bellichick decided to make a very controversial
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LEEInks List: Memorable Patriots season-openers -
Google News - over 5 years
Five days before the start of the season, the Patriots surprisingly released Pro Bowl defensive back Lawyer Milloy, who subsequently signed with the Bills. The Patriots opened their season against Milloy and his new team and lost in embarrassing
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Young Seattle safety Kam Chancellor ready to make 1st NFL start vs. 49ers - Washington Post
Google News - over 5 years
Throughout most of last season, wherever Lawyer Milloy went, Kam Chancellor was attached. It was part of Chancellor's education, required when Seattle took a chance on him as a fifth-round pick from Virginia Tech in the hopes his size and raw skills
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Seahawks are looking for a leader to step up on defense - The Seattle Times
Google News - over 5 years
The Seahawks have gone with youth over experience on the defensive front, but who will step up to replace Lofa Tatupu and Lawyer Milloy? By Danny O'Neil David Hawthorne (57) has been the Seahawks' most productive linebacker the past two seasons
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Brandon Meriweather Quickly Signs With Bears After Release From Patriots -
Google News - over 5 years
The Patriots won't have to worry about a Lawyer Milloy-esque reunion with Brandon Meriweather. Meriweather signed a one-year contract with the Bears on Sunday, less than 24 hours after getting released by the ... - -
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Lawyer Milloy: Milloy holding out hope for 16th season -
Google News - over 5 years
Free agent SS Lawyer Milloy is still holding out hope of playing a 16th season. "I have all the intentions of playing," said Milloy. "I'm a free agent just like any other free agent out there." The 37-year-old didn't do himself any favors by slamming
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2011 Free Agency: Grading The NFC West - NFL GridIron Gab
Google News - over 5 years
Unsigned players: QB JP Losman (UFA), WR Ruvell Martin (UFA), S Lawyer Milloy (UFA), OT Chester Pitts (UFA), OT-OG Tyler Polumbus (RFA), DE Jay Richardson (UFA), WR Brandon Stokley (UFA), DT Craig Terrill (UFA). Key arrivals: Ex-49ers PK Jeff Reed,
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Seahawks feeling the pressure as first exhibition nears - The Seattle Times
Google News - over 5 years
And the defense is adjusting to the departure of two veteran leaders, linebacker Lofa Tatupu and safety Lawyer Milloy. But coach Pete Carroll doesn't think motivation will be hard to come by Thursday, especially as kickoff nears
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Chancellor making name for himself with Seahawks - Kitsap Sun
Google News - over 5 years
Chancellor, a fifth-round pick in 2010, played sparingly as the understudy to four-time Pro Bowler Lawyer Milloy. At 6-foot-3, 232 pounds, Chancellor was certainly an intriguing prospect, but he had few chances
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Babineaux not automatic solution for Titans - ESPN (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
He didn't start a game last season, with Earl Thomas and Lawyer Milloy at safety in Seattle. If Babineaux qualified as a giant move, the Titans would have acted sooner and avoided a $500000 roster bonus paid to Chris Hope. Instead they got Babineaux
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Lawyer Milloy
  • 2011
    Age 37
    Despite interest in returning Milloy was not resigned by the Seahawks for the 2011 season.
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  • 2007
    Age 33
    For the 2007 season, he finished third on the Falcons with 119 tackles (86 solo) while adding two interceptions and five passes defensed, collared 11 tackles vs. New York Giants; the 11 stops marked the 60th time in his 12-year NFL career that he collared double-digit tackles in a single-game, tallied 11 tackles, one pass defensed and his first interception as a Falcon vs. San Francisco 49ers, when he picked off Alex Smith.
    More Details Hide Details Led all defensive backs with 10 tackles at St. Louis Rams in addition to adding 1 interception and 1 pass defensed. He reached a season-high 15 tackles and one pass defensed at Tampa Bay Buccaneers for a defense that allowed a season-low 109 passing yards. Milloy signed with the Seattle Seahawks on September 5, 2009. After the 2010 game against the Bears, Lawyer Milloy joined the 20-20 club by recording two sacks.
  • 2005
    Age 31
    In 2005, he started all games for the eighth time in his career and tallied 106 tackles, 1 sack, 1 interception, 1 fumble recovery and 5 passes defensed, posting 7 tackles, 1 fumble recovery and 1 interception in the season opener vs. Houston.
    More Details Hide Details He recorded a team-high 15 tackles, while adding one sack at Tampa Bay. Later he tallied 11 tackles at New Orleans and against Oakland Raiders. He had 15 tackles vs. Kansas City and followed up with 14 tackles at San Diego and 13 stops vs. Carolina. Milloy was released by the Bills on March 1, 2006 in a salary cap-related move. After he was released by the Bills, he subsequently signed a three-year contract with the Atlanta Falcons. Milloy started all the games in his first season as a Falcon and led the secondary with 106 tackles, marking his ninth career 100-tackle season. He also tallied five passes defensed. He led the team in tackles with a season-high 11 vs. New York Giants. He recorded a team-high 8 tackles vs. Pittsburgh while helping a run defense hold the Steelers to 55 rushing yards. He earned NFC Defensive Player of the Week after tallying 10 tackles for the second consecutive game to go along with two passes defensed at Washington Redskins.
  • 2004
    Age 30
    In the 2004 season, he finished the year with 108 tackles; 55 solo, marking his seventh career 100+ tackle season.
    More Details Hide Details He also tallied a career-high 4 sacks in addition to 2 interceptions, tied for a team-high 12 tackles in his first start of the season vs the Baltimore Ravens. He led team with a career-high 18 tackles vs. Arizona Cardinals. He posted his first interception with the Bills vs. New York Jets. Milloy tallied a career-high 3 sacks to the St. Louis Rams QB Marc Bulger, adding 9 tackles in a performance that garnered him AFC Defensive Player of the Week honors. He also posted 7 tackles and 1 sack to Luke McCown in the 37–7 victory over Cleveland, in addition to a team-high 10 tackles at Cincinnati.
  • 2003
    Age 29
    After failing to renegotiate his contract, he was released by the Patriots five days before the opening game of the 2003 NFL season and was subsequently signed by the Buffalo Bills.
    More Details Hide Details In his first season with Buffalo, Milloy started all 16 games for the team, which continued his streak to 122 consecutive starts. He finished fourth on the team with 120 tackles and tied for the team lead with 14 passes defensed in addition to registering three sacks on the season. He finished second on the team with 12 tackles vs. Houston Texans and posted 8 tackles and 1 forced fumble vs. Indianapolis Colts and he tied a then career-high with 16 tackles in addition to one forced fumble and 1 pass defensed vs. Miami.
  • 2002
    Age 28
    In 2002 he ranked third on the team with 91 tackles and ranked second on the team with a season high 11 tackles vs Tennessee.
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  • 2001
    Age 27
    In 2001 he was voted defensive co-captain by his teammates, part of his season performance was when he tied a season-high with a team-high 10 tackles vs. New Orleans Saints and also recorded his first interception of the season and the 18th of his career when he snagged an Aaron Brooks pass in the end zone.
    More Details Hide Details After this, he registered a game-high eight tackles in a 12–9 overtime victory vs Buffalo Bills and intercepted an Alex Van Pelt pass. The Patriots reached the Super Bowl XXXVI, where Milloy recorded 7 tackles and led the team with 3 pass defenses in the Patriots 20–17 victory vs St. Louis Rams earning him his first and only Super Bowl ring. He led the Patriots with 113 tackles in addition of 4 passes defensed, 3 sacks and 1 fumble recovery. After the Super Bowl victory he played his third Pro Bowl for his efforts and was named first-team All-AFC team by Pro Football Weekly, CNNSI and Football Digest.
  • 2000
    Age 26
    He led the team with 14 tackles vs. Cincinnati and recorded 2 Bengals turnovers, he shared the team lead with 12 tackles vs Chicago and recorded double-digit tackles for the sixth time in 2000 vs. Miami, leading the team with 12 tackles.
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  • 1999
    Age 25
    In 1999, Milloy earned his second trip to the Pro Bowl and lead the team in tackles for second consecutive year.
    More Details Hide Details He started the season intercepting a Vinny Testaverde pass in the second quarter of the season-opening game and shared the team lead with 14 tackles at New York Jets, led the team with a season-high 16 tackles at Kansas City and intercepted his second pass of the season when he picked off Elvis Grbac in the second quarter. He repeated this 16 performance in the season finale vs Baltimore and tallied his second sack on the season. He also intercepted his fourth pass of the year off Stoney Case at the goal line to preserve a 20–3 victory. Milloy led the team with 4 interceptions in addition to tallying 2 sacks, 10 passes defensed and 2 fumble recoveries. In the 2000 season, Milloy led the Patriots with 121 tackles and also ranked first on the team with 4 forced fumbles and tied for the team lead with two interceptions.
  • 1998
    Age 24
    In 1998 he earned first Pro Bowl nod after starting every game at strong safety and leading the team in tackles with 151 stops.
    More Details Hide Details Also finished the season with a career-high six interceptions. During the season he recorded 12 stops and intercepted a Steve McNair pass at the 30-yard line and returned it for a touchdown vs. Tennessee Titans in the 27–16 victory. He led the team with 12 tackles, including his only sack of the season, vs. New York Jets. Milloy was named AFC Defensive Player of the Week after he led the team with 12 tackles and intercepted a pair of QB Peyton Manning passes, which he returned for 24 yards, in a 21–16 victory vs the Colts. Finished the season with 11 tackles and intercepted his sixth pass of the season vs the Jets; his six interceptions eclipsed his career total of five interceptions in his first two seasons.
  • 1997
    Age 23
    In 1997 he started every game at strong safety, eclipsing the 100-tackle mark for the first time in his NFL career with 112 stops and added three interceptions.
    More Details Hide Details He recorded his first double-digit tackle total of the season with 10 stops vs Denver Broncos and intercepted his first pass of the season vs. Buffalo (10/12), recovered a fumble and ranked second on the team with 12 tackles at Tampa Bay and led the team with 10 tackles in the AFC Divisional Playoff Game at Pittsburgh Steelers and ranked second on the team in the postseason with 14 stops.
  • 1996
    Age 22
    Milloy was drafted in the second round (36th pick overall) of the 1996 NFL Draft by the New England Patriots.
    More Details Hide Details He made an impact in the Patriots' secondary as a rookie, playing in every game and starting the final ten games of the season in addition to each of the team's three playoff games. He was ranked third on the team in tackles with 85, while also tallying eight passes defensed, two interceptions, two forced fumbles, one sack and one fumble recovery. Milloy made his NFL starting debut at Indianapolis (October 20), posting eight tackles (5 solos) and forcing his first career fumble. He led the team with 10 tackles vs. Miami and forced his second fumble of the season. Milloy played in Super Bowl XXXI and ranked third on the team with eight tackles vs. Green Bay Packers, but New England fell against Green Bay, 35–21.
  • 1995
    Age 21
    Milloy was drafted by the Cleveland Indians as a pitching prospect out of high school and lettered three seasons in baseball at the University of Washington. He was also drafted by the Detroit Tigers in the 19th round of the 1995 MLB Draft.
    More Details Hide Details In 1994, he played baseball on a Washington team that played Georgia Tech in the College World Series regional finals and featured future Major League Baseball players Jason Varitek and Nomar Garciaparra.
    In 1995, he was recognized as a consensus first-team All-American, having earned first-team honors from the Associated Press, the Walter Camp Foundation, UPI, the American Football Coaches Association, the Football Writers Association and the Football News.
    More Details Hide Details Milloy also earned first-team All-Pac-10 honors, and was awarded the Jim Thorpe Award in 1995.
  • 1993
    Age 19
    Milloy attended the University of Washington, where he played for the Washington Huskies football team from 1993 to 1995.
    More Details Hide Details He was the only sophomore in the Pac-10 to earn all-conference honors as he led the team and finished third in the Pacific-10 Conference with 106 tackles (67 solos), he became the first Husky defensive back to lead the team in tackles since Tony Bonwell, recorded 142 tackles in 1972, also credited with an interception, two forced fumbles and one recovered fumble. He started all year at free safety as a junior, leading the team in tackles for the second consecutive season with 115 stops in addition to tallying 3 forced fumbles, 1 fumble recovery and one interception.
  • 1973
    Born on November 14, 1973.
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