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Topic - Jeffery Demps
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The New England Patriots have agreed to terms with Olympic silver medalist Jeff Demps, who played running back at Florida but was not drafted by an NFL team because he said he wanted to focus on his track career.
In case you were wondering, black.
Florida forced two turnovers and scored three touchdowns against Kentucky, all in the first quarter. That kind of fast start is just what the Gators like.
There's a good chance Trey Burton will lead Florida in touches this season. He almost certainly will lead the Gators in positions played.
Given his background as a defensive coach and relentless recruiter, Will Muschamp's most important hire at Florida will be on the other side of the ball.
Coach Urban Meyer spent last week analyzing every play of Florida's season and came to these conclusions:
Florida running back Jeff Demps is no longer wearing a protective boot, and coach Urban Meyer says he is "probable" to play against top-ranked Alabama on Saturday.
Florida running back Jeff Demps will miss some practice this week with a bruised foot, but he could be back for Saturday's game at top-ranked Alabama.
FOXBOROUGH, MASS. (AP) - The New England Patriots have agreed to terms with Olympic silver medalist Jeff Demps, who played running back at Florida but was not drafted by an NFL team because he said he wanted to focus on his track career.