He remains in the hospital.Witnesses told Whitehorn’s family that the suspects approached him because he was wearing a Green Bay Packers beanie and the Packers had lost their playoff game earlier that evening.Family members said Whitehorn, an English major at Portland State University who works as a bartender to pay for school, is not a violent person.The assault suspect is described as a white or Hispanic man in his 30s, 5’11” with a thin build who is clean cut. He was wearing a black jacket and unknown colored pants.Detectives released surveillance images of three people of interest in this investigation Friday. They have not been identified by police as suspects at this time.Police are asking for the public’s help identifying the men in the surveillance photos.The Packers organization released a statement Friday saying, “The Green Bay Packers were saddened to learn of the senseless attack on Sam Whitehorn last weekend.
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“He runs real well for a guy his size. He’s really explosive,” Leach said. “The thing is, is just continue to develop him because athletically, he’s really good. Got two great running backs, do a really good job with the play action passes, Alabama coach Nick Saban said. Quarterback has been very efficient and effective. So the combination of the balance that they create with the running game and their ability to throw the ball down the field makes them very difficult to defend.
On Sept. 3, a longstanding annual eastern North Carolina tradition will be observed, but will be done this year with a slew of new people playing leading roles. In Dowdy Ficklen Stadium. 1 or No. 2 cornerback before he was cited for a DUI in April. Was also involved in a hit and run last October.
If you looking for the most gratifying moment, that came nearly two years earlier. Watt said Friday on a conference call. “When you hear him on the phone and he crying after his second injury, and all you can hear in his voice is how badly he wants to play football and how tough of a time it was .