Sedrick Dwayne Ellis (born July 9, 1985) is an American former college and professional football player who was a defensive tackle in the National Football League (NFL) for five seasons.
11 trade ups not including this year. '07 traded up for Antonio Pittman. Bust. '08 Traded up for Sedrick Ellis and landed Carl Nicks 5th rd.
A look back at the New Orleans Saints' 2008 draft: Sedrick Ellis, Tracy Porter, Carl Nicks som...
The Saints are not the Pats. Can't afford to choose another Jonathan Sullivan or Sedrick Ellis
Vernon Gholston, Sedrick Ellis, Derrick Harvey, Sam Baker, Felix Jones, Lawrence Jackson, Mike Jenkins, and the list goes on.
Vince Young, Tim Tebow, Travis Stephens, Sedrick Ellis, Eric Berry, John Henderson, Jason Witten all high on my list.
Steve Sarkisian brought in Reggie Bush, Matt Leinart, Lendale White, Lawrence Jackson, Sedrick Ellis, Taylor Mays & you all upset for what!
NFL: Former Saints player Sedrick Ellis retires, had signed with Bears during offseason
I'm angry at Sedrick Ellis for retiring. Wasted time/money/roster-strategy. Not worrying, GM Emery will find a better replacement. DA BEARS
Enemy Intel: Bears Opponent/Week: Bears/7 2012 record: 10-6 Key acquisitions: TE Martellus Bennett, OT Jermon Bushrod, TE Steve Maneri, OG Matt Slauson, DT Sedrick Ellis, DE Turk McBride, LB D.J. Williams, LB James Anderson, S Tom Zbikowski Top draft picks: OG Kyle Long, LB Jon Bostic, LB Khaseem Greene, OT Jordan Mills, LB Cornelius Washington Storyline No. 1: Is this the year Jay Cutler puts it all together? Cutler’s got the arm strength and passing touch to be top quarterback. But he's not quite there yet. The Bears won 10 games last season – and Lovie Smith still got fired. You know why? The Cutler-led offense ranked 28th in yards per game (310.6) and 16th in points per outing (23.4). That certainly wasn’t all Cutler’s doing, but … he ranked 20th in passer rating (81.3) and was graded as the 16th best starter in the league by ProFootballFocus.com. That’s not good enough for a QB with Cutler’s ability. In an effort to maximize Cutler’s potential, General Manager Phil Emery has been acti ...
NFL-The Wednesday roundup. Former New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw signs with the Indianapolis Colts. In Chicago, the Bears agreed to terms with former New Orleans Saints defensive tackle Sedrick Ellis. There is talk that the Seattle Seahwaks are interested in bringing in Tarvares Jackson to be the backup quarterback. Jackson had once played for the Seahawks and played for the Buffalo Bills last season. He was released on Monday by the Bills. Rumors out of Houston are that the Texans are interested in fullback Vonta Leach. Leach, who was cut by the Baltimore Ravens on Monday, started his career with the Texans.
Report: Detroit to host former first-round pick Sedrick Ellis
Report: Detroit Lions to host former first-round pick Sedrick Ellis
Former defensive lineman Sedrick Ellis, a free agent, will visit the Chicago Bears and Detroit Lions this week
NFL NEWS: Salary-cap relief coming for 10 NFL teams on June 2. Those 10 teams are, Buffalo Bills, Arizona Cardinals, San Diego Chargers, Dallas Cowboys, Miami Dolphins, Atlanta Falcons, Carolina Panthers, Oakland Raiders, Baltimore Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers. According to a source, Tim Tebow has 'no plans of walking away' from his NFL career. Earlier today David Fleming of ESPN The Magazine reported, that members of Tebow's camp are "privately admitting that his NFL run is probably over." NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reported Friday that Isaiah Pead will be suspended without pay for the first game of the 2013 season for violating the NFL Policy and Program for Substances of Abuse. Former New Orleans Saints' first-rounder, Sedrick Ellis visited the Patriots on Friday, Comcast SportsNet New England's Tom Curran reported.
Following the free-agent dollars Whether big names or bargains, free agents don't always bring wins -- Ann By John Clayton One of the busiest unrestricted free-agency periods in NFL history is coming to an end. Technically, unrestricted free agency ends June 1, though players on the street can sign any day of the year. The significance of the deadline is that unrestricted free-agent signings after June 1 don't count against teams when calculating compensatory picks in next year's draft. Though this year's free agency lacked sizzle, it sure was active. The deal Dwight Freeney reached with the San Diego Chargers on Saturday will make him the 161st unrestricted free agent to move to a different team, and there is a good chance 2013 will go down as the second-most active free-agent period ever. The most movement was in 1995, when 171 players signed with new teams. With veterans such as Max Starks, Israel Idonije, Sedrick Ellis, Devery Henderson among those still available, this year could eventually top the . ...
The next group of guys who measured in at 32.5 inch arm length - Peria Jerry, Sedrick Ellis, Tank Tyler, and Mike Patterson - all busts.
Are you kidding me ? Did you see our defense this year? We need to focus on D period. Sedrick Ellis is a free agent, and we're not keeping him. Under-achieving in a contract year is a "see ya later" certainty. We need to draft Sheldon Richardson (Mizzou) Yes, our secondary *** but no pressure on the QB exposes that. Freedom in the run gaps opens up the passing lanes. We need a run stuffer up front, and Will Smith needs to step up, or step out. Personally, I'd like to go to a 3/4 with Hicks, Jordan & Richardson up front and add Martez Wilson in the 4. Hawthorne, Lofton, Chamberlain. Our secondary *** Keep Jenkins, replace every one else. Patrick Robinson especially. Belongs in the AFL. Hopefully, Goodell will give us back our 2nd round draft choice. It's not like we haven't served our repentance...Should 7& 9 without our head coach be enough penance ?
yeah, Sedrick Ellis fat *** too, but I think Martez Wilson gets the start next year, pick up cheap veteran CBs
Sedrick Ellis, Scott Shanle, Roman Harper, Will Smith, Jonathan Vilma, & Devery Henderson should all enjoy their last games as today
Will Smith & Sedrick Ellis don't get near enough sacks and Garret "hartley" EVER makes a kick. Stay in wisconsin losers. You're fired.
I didn't see the "hold" that brought back the game winning field goal. It looked like he got around the man & fell to me. That said, some calls went our way, some went theirs. Congrats to GB on a good game. Aside from NO PASS RUSH WHATSOEVER on ANY QUARTERBACK we've played this year, the rest of the defense wasn't as bad as the last few games. Atleast I saw some things I liked. Will Smith, Sedrick Ellis, & Garret Hartley can STAY IN WISCONSIN!!!
Feel free to share !! Why is the Saints defense so awful? And let’s be honest we are going on year seven of crappy defense in the Sean Payton-Mickey Loomis era. The 2009 Saints defense rode turnovers and a career year from Darren Sharper, but let’s not pretend like they were anything else. Making huge plays at critical times is awesome, but it doesn’t make something consistently good. The Saints defense is horrid because the Saints draft picks the last seven years have been a big bag of fail. Andrew Juge at The Saints Nation broke down every defensive player taken since 2006. It’s a combination of mediocre, average, and flat out whiffs. The Saints have used four first round picks (Sedrick Ellis, Malcolm Jenkins, Patrick Robinson, and Cam Jordan) and every single one of them is at best adequate.
Goodell announced, "We have evidence to suggest that Sedrick Ellis may have been motivated by a bounty incentive on the play."
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