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Tue, 02 Sep 2003 17:40:51 -0700
Jeff Duncan, of the New Orleans Times-Picayune, reports the New Orleans Saints might be interested in free agent RB Travis Prentice (Cardinals).
Sun, 31 Aug 2003 07:00:11 -0700
The Arizona Cardinals have released RB Travis Prentice, according to AZCardinals.com.
Thu, 28 Aug 2003 12:32:02 -0700
Kent Somers, of the Arizona Republic, reports Arizona Cardinals RB Travis Prentice is one of two running backs vying for one roster spot.
Sat, 16 Aug 2003 08:27:14 -0700
The Arizona Republic reports Arizona Cardinals RB Travis Prentice is battling for a roster spot. The team may keep just one or two more tailbacks on roster and he's in the mix for one of those slots.
Mon, 11 Aug 2003 07:34:08 -0700
Updating previous reports, the Arizona Republic reports Arizona Cardinals head coach Dave McGinnis has not yet decided who the team's No. 3 RB will be among Josh Scobey, Damien Anderson and Travis Prentice. "I think Scobey showed some power and explosiveness," McGinnis said. "Damien did a good job of picking his holes. Travis, when he was in there, didn't have quite the same push. We're still sorting things out, and I'm not ready to commit to a No. 3 right now."
Wed, 12 Mar 2003 14:42:32 -0800
AzCardinals.com reports the Arizona Cardinals have announced the official signing of RB Travis Prentice to a one-year contract.
Wed, 12 Mar 2003 12:29:48 -0800
Cardinals Insider Mike Jurecki, of KDUS sports radio, reports the Arizona Cardinals have re-signed RB Travis Prentice to a one-year deal. Financial terms were not immediately available.
Thu, 27 Feb 2003 17:02:23 -0800
AzCardinals.com reports the Arizona Cardinals have tendered exclusive-rights free agent RB Travis Prentice a one-year contract.
Sun, 29 Dec 2002 12:44:52 -0800
The Arizona Cardinals have declared PK Tim Duncan, S Adrian Wilson, RB Travis Prentice, CB David Barrett, LB Trev Faulk, DT Nate Dwyer and TE Mike Banks inactive for week seventeen. QB Preston Parsons is the teamís third QB.
Sat, 21 Dec 2002 13:22:27 -0800
The Arizona Cardinals have declared RB Travis Prentice, CB David Barrett, LB Trev Faulk, G Pete Kendall, DE Andy Bowers, T John Fina and WR Frank Sanders as inactive for week sixteen. QB Preston Parsons is the team's third QB.
Sun, 15 Dec 2002 17:15:47 -0800
The Arizona Cardinals have declared RB Travis Prentice, LB Levar Fisher, LB Trev Faulk, LB LeVar Woods, G Pete Kendall, T John Fina and WR Frank Sanders inactive for week fifteen. QB Preston Parsons is the teamís third quarterback.
Sun, 08 Dec 2002 12:19:53 -0800
The Arizona Cardinals have announced CB Duane Starks, RB Travis Prentice, LB Levar Fisher, LB Rob Fredrickson, C Mike Gruttadauria, OT John Fina and WR Frank Sanders as inactive for week 14. Preston Parsons will be the teamís No. 3 QB.
Wed, 04 Dec 2002 16:33:26 -0800
Az Cardinals.com reports newly signed Arizona Cardinals RB Travis Prentice got plenty of reps at Wednesday's practice. Prentice is expected to be considered as added insurance until he learns the team's offense.
Wed, 04 Dec 2002 12:20:49 -0800
AzCardinals.com reports the Arizona Cardinals have signed free agent RB Travis Prentice (Texans).
Sat, 30 Nov 2002 06:09:37 -0800
The Arizona Republic reports the Arizona Cardinals plan to work out free agent RB Travis Prentice on Monday.
Sun, 01 Sep 2002 00:49:45 -0700
HoustonTexans.com reports the Houston Texans have released RB Travis Prentice.
Thu, 02 May 2002 16:12:09 -0700
HoustonTexans.com reports the Houston Texans have claimed RB Travis Prentice off waivers from the Minnesota Vikings.
Mon, 29 Apr 2002 12:44:50 -0700
The AP reports the Minnesota Vikings have released RB Travis Prentice.
Fri, 04 Jan 2002 11:00:31 -0800
The AP reports ex-Minnesota Vikings coach Dennis Green put his team through his final practice today. After the practice, the players were shocked to hear Green was leaving. RB Travis Prentice, angrily threw his jersey hard into his locker. WR Randy Moss' agent said the wide receiver did not want to see Green leave. "I could just tell you that if coach Green is gone, I'd say that Randy is disappointed," agent Dante DiTrapano said. ''I don't know what to say, I'm as shocked as all of us,'' LB Jim Nelson said.
Fri, 19 Oct 2001 15:05:56 -0700
ESPN's John Clayton reports Minnesota Vikings RB Doug Chapman will start this weekend in place of rookie RB Michael Bennett (ankle), who wasn't able to practice on Friday. RB Travis Prentice will serve as the third down back.
Tue, 16 Oct 2001 21:53:51 -0700
The Star Tribune reports Minnesota Vikings RB Doug Chapman said he is ready for his first potential NFL start on Sunday in place of the injured Michael Bennett (ankle). "I'm more than capable," he said. "I'm just going to go out and do what I have to do this weekend." Chapman should get the majority of the snaps, with Travis Prentice moving up to No. 2. And, Chapman said he thinks he's ready. He knows for a fact that he has grown tired of waiting for the chance. "I guarantee you that Travis Prentice and Doug Chapman feel they can go in and do the job," coach Dennis Green said.
Mon, 15 Oct 2001 16:11:25 -0700
Vikings.com reports Minnesota Vikings head coach Dennis Green said that Michael Bennettís ankle injury doesnít appear to be serious, but Bennett could miss one to three weeks because of it. Doug Chapman will play for Bennett if he is not able to play. Green said Chapman and Travis Prentice will not split time, but Prentice will get some playing time.
Thu, 27 Sep 2001 21:38:47 -0700
The Star Tribune reports Minnesota Vikings coach Dennis Green would still like to get all three of his RBs involved in the offense. RBs Doug Chapman and Travis Prentice along with starting RB Michael Bennett are the three to whom Green referred. Green added circumstances (an early deficit against Carolina, a lack of sustained drives against the Bears) have prevented it. Green said the entire offense must be straightened out in order to use three backs.
Wed, 12 Sep 2001 12:14:58 -0700
The Pioneer Press reports Minnesota Vikings head coach Dennis Green said he thinks there's a role for RB Travis Prentice in the backfield with Michael Bennett and Doug Chapman, but it may take some time to get there. Green said the team is probably a week behind schedule as far as practicing the role that Prentice could play.
Wed, 05 Sep 2001 13:03:30 -0700
Minnesota Vikings coach Dennis Green said in his meeting with the media today RB Michael Bennett has "a great chance to start." Green did not come out and name Bennett or anyone else a starter today. He said the team is looking at Bennett and Doug Chapman as the primary ball carries, but Travis Prentice is picking things up quickly and he could see some game action on Sunday.
Mon, 03 Sep 2001 15:14:37 -0700
The Associated Press reports the Minnesota Vikings see newly acquired RB Travis Prentice as a third-down back because of his ability to catch the ball out of the backfield. He also could play on special teams. He is now third on the depth chart, behind rookie and probable starter Michael Bennett and Doug Chapman. Prentice is happy. "It's a great opportunity to be on a winning team," Prentice said. "I'm just optimistic. Now I'm on a team that's experienced at winning. Last year with the Browns, a team that's losing, players getting hurt... Now with the Vikings I'm just ready to come here and contribute as much as I can." QB Spergon Wynn will be the Vikings third-string QB behind starter Daunte Culpepper and backup Todd Bouman.
Sun, 02 Sep 2001 12:16:28 -0700
ESPN reports the Cleveland Browns have traded RB Travis Prentice and QB Spergon Wynn to the Minnesota Vikings for a 2002 fifth-round draft pick and a 2003 sixth-round draft pick.
Sun, 02 Sep 2001 12:16:00 -0700
ESPN reports the Cleveland Browns have traded RB Travis Prentice and QB Spergon Wynn to the Minnesota Vikings for a 2002 fifth-round draft pick and a 2003 sixth-round draft pick.
Tue, 21 Aug 2001 11:38:05 -0700
The Beacon Journal reports Cleveland Browns head coach Butch Davis said the competition at running back might continue through the end of preseason. The team has five running backs on the roster: rookie James Jackson, Jamel White, Travis Prentice, Ben Gay and Carl Fair. Davis said there is still no clear-cut No. 1.
Thu, 16 Aug 2001 21:13:26 -0700
Patrick McManamon reports for Akron Beacon Journal Cleveland Browns coach Butch Davis said the team would have a new starting RB for tomorrow's pre-season game, meaning rookie James Jackson will probably start. Davis said RB Jamel White has a slight muscle strain in his calf, but White said he's fine and should play. Travis Prentice is expected to get more playing time.
Fri, 10 Aug 2001 04:58:44 -0700
The Canton Repository reports the hotly contested battle for RB spots on the Cleveland Browns roster continues. After cutting Rashon Spikes on Wednesday, there are five RBs left battling for probably three spots. The depth chart lists second-year man Travis Prentice and rookie James Jackson as co-starters. Jamel White and rookie Ben Gay are listed as co-backups. Carl Fair remains on the roster too. Currently White is running with the first-team in practice, but coach Butch Davis has not named a starter for this weekend's pre-season game.
Mon, 06 Aug 2001 16:47:46 -0700
Zac Jackson reports for the Cleveland Browns official site coach Butch Davis said not to read too much into the first cut at the team's depth chart. "I would say very little stock should be put into it," Davis said. "A depth chart is dependent upon injuries and how guys perform." Some first look facts: WR Kevin Johnson is listed as a fourth-team wide receiver because of a hamstring injury. He finally returned to practice on Monday. The coach said Johnson went about 65% in practice. Lenzie Jackson and Quincy Morgan are listed as the starting WRs. James Jackson and Travis Prentice are listed as co-starting RBs and Kelly Holcomb and Ty Detmer as co-backup QBs.
Sat, 04 Aug 2001 19:51:50 -0700
According to Patrick McManamon of the Akron Beacon Journal, Cleveland Browns RB Travis Prentice started today's scrimmage with Buffalo. He did not distinguish himself, as he ran for eight yards on four carries. He did not look as quick to the hole as the other backs. One problem for him was he was working behind an offensive line that still is suspect.
Sat, 04 Aug 2001 15:09:18 -0700
According to the Associated Press, RB Jamel White was the Cleveland Browns' most impressive running back during their scrimmage against the Buffalo Bills. White had one touchdown run, five carries for 20 yards and 3 catches for 45 yards. RBs James Jackson and Travis Prentice did little to help the sputtering offense.
Thu, 02 Aug 2001 18:52:02 -0700
Zac Jackson reports for the Cleveland Browns official site the battle for the team's starting RB spot is neck and neck between rookie James Jackson and Travis Prentice. Jamel White remains in the picture while the staff still wants to evaluate rookies Benjamin Gay and Carl Fair.
Tue, 31 Jul 2001 18:27:12 -0700
According to Patrick McManamon of the Akron Beacon Journal, Cleveland Browns RB Travis Prentice practiced with the first team offense this afternoon. Coach Butch Davis said Prentice and rookie RB James Jackson might swap spots throughout camp.
Mon, 18 Jun 2001 09:15:50 -0700
The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports Cleveland Browns director of football operations Dwight Clark said the team doesn't appear to have a dominate running back right now. RBs Errict Rhett, Travis Prentice, James Jackson and Jamel White are all trying to stick out and become the team's featured back. If none do, the committee approach is expected. Clark said he likes the way Jackson talks and runs low to the ground, so he'll be rooting for him. He feels Prentice has become bigger and stronger and noted Rhett, who's not 100% recovered from a foot injury, showed some flashes of old.
Sun, 13 May 2001 15:15:33 -0700
Tony Grossi reports for the Cleveland Plain Dealer that the Cleveland Browns are holding off for the time being on adding another running back to roster because they want to see what their guys on roster look like with pads on during training camp. RBs Errict Rhett, Travis Prentice, James Jackson and Jamel White are all in a battle for playing time this season.
Mon, 07 May 2001 04:35:23 -0700
ClevelandBrowns.com reports Cleveland Browns head coach Butch Davis is starting to feel more confident about his group of running backs. Davis stated RB Travis Prentice is improving every day and he's excited about the direction the running backs, as a whole, are going. The team is optimistic about RB Errict Rhett's return from a broken foot, too. He was able to contribute more during the team's mini-camp over the weekend than they expected. Rookie James Jackson added an element of speed according to Davis.
Sat, 05 May 2001 15:26:58 -0700
ClevelandBrowns.com reports Cleveland Browns RBs Travis Prentice, Jamel White, James Jackson and Carl Fair all split time in the backfield on Friday. However, head coach Butch Davis stated it's going to be quite some time before the team decides on the starting running back for the upcoming season.
Fri, 04 May 2001 14:58:30 -0700
ClevelandBrowns.com reports Cleveland Browns head coach Butch Davis stated the competition at running back will kick off this weekend. RBs Travis Prentice and Jamel White, who both had solid performances during the team's first mini-camp, will be given a chance to continue to impress. The team will also be working rookie RB James Jackson into the mix.
Mon, 30 Apr 2001 15:20:23 -0700
ClevelandBrowns.com reports the Cleveland Browns running back situation for the upcoming season remains a bit cloudy now that RB Curtis Enis has retired. RB Errict Rhett has the most experience but is returning from an injury he suffered last year while RBs Travis Prentice and Jamel White showed flashes of talent last year. The team also can throw RB James Jackson, a rookie, into the mix this year, too.
Sun, 29 Apr 2001 14:00:07 -0700
Tony Grossi reports for the Plain Dealer a key ingredient for the RB that will start for the Cleveland Browns in offensive coordinator Bruce Arians' scheme is the ability to catch the ball. Sixty catches a season out of Arians' starting back might be the norm. That is one reason the team reportedly prefered Deuce McAllister over LaDainian Tomlinson in the NFL Draft. It may be another factor in them not pursuing Bengals free agent RB Corey Dillon. Dillon has averaged only 26 catches a year for the Bengals. One back who fits the mold they are seeking is Ricky Watters who averages 51 catches a season. If no running back is added, the contenders for the starting position in training camp will be Errict Rhett, Travis Prentice and rookie James Jackson. Prentice did have 37 catches last season. Rhett's career high is 24.
Wed, 11 Apr 2001 18:23:07 -0700
Zac Jackson reports for the team's official site the Cleveland Browns wrapped up their three-day mini-camp earlier today. RB Jamel White continues to earn the praise of coach Butch Davis. In this week's mini-camp, he's been returning kicks, running the ball and catching passes. Davis singled out several defensive players after today's practice sessions: DT Darius Holland, CB Lewis Sanders, DT Mark Smith, DT Marcus Spriggs and LB Dwayne Rudd. Davis reiterated his pleasure with CB Corey Fuller's coverage skills and RB Travis Prentice's hands. The team signed street free agent LB Michael Smith. He was a three-year starter under Davis at the University of Miami. He blew out his knee in 1999, but appears fully recovered.
Wed, 11 Apr 2001 09:38:54 -0700
The Beacon Journal reports Cleveland Browns coach Butch Davis is happy with the play of CB Corey Fuller, calling him "one of the best cover corners in the NFL." Davis was also happy with the catching abilities of WR Darrin Chiaverini and RB Travis Prentice. RB Errict Rhett continues his rehab from his foot injury. The Browns hope, but aren't sure, that he'll be ready for the June mini-camp. "This isn't a football injury," Rhett said at yesterday's minicamp. "It's a falling-off-a-horse-injury, a car-accident injury." If he's healthy, the team might feel a little more comfortable going to training camp with a group of Rhett, Curtis Enis, Travis Prentice and mini-camp standout Jamel White. If Rhett is not healthy, they may need to add to the position via free agency or the NFL Draft.
Sun, 08 Apr 2001 12:45:47 -0700
Bill Rabinowitz reports for the Columbus Dispatch this week's Cleveland Browns mini-camp could help the team determine to what degree they need help at a certain position. "I don't know that it will have 100 percent impact, but it is definitely a factor," coach Butch Davis said. Davis declined to say which players have the most at stake this week, but it's likely that the team's RBs (Travis Prentice and Curtis Enis in particular), WRs (Kevin Johnson, JaJuan Dawson and Dennis Northcutt), safeties (Marquis Smith, Percy Ellsworth and Earl Little), CBs (Corey Fuller, Daylon McCutcheon and Lewis Sanders) and interior linemen on both offense and defense will get the most attention. Mini-camp will be run without pads so it is more difficult to judge the play of the linemen.
Sat, 17 Feb 2001 10:18:48 -0800
The Beacon Journal reports, as a follow up to an ongoing storyline, the Cleveland Browns continue to look closely at their RB situation. Last year's starter for the first five games before he was injured, Errict Rhett, is doing great in his rehab according to director of football operations Dwight Clark. The problem is he won't have the screws out of his foot until March and then he won't practice for at least a month after that. Last year's other key RB, Travis Prentice fits more of a role as a third-down back. That leaves the Browns pondering the free agent market. As previously reported there is some interest in Charlie Garner, but also some doubts he can be the every down back they are looking for. The NFL Draft may not get them the RB they seek either. Where does it all lead? To deciding on whether or not to go after the Bengals Corey Dillon. We'll all know the answer by March 2.
Mon, 12 Feb 2001 01:14:53 -0800
Jeff Schudel reports for the News Herald Cleveland Browns head coach Butch Davis is looking forward to the NFL Scouting Combine in two weeks. Davis knows a lot of the players who will be there from his days at the University of Miami. In one of the least surprising moves of the off-season, the Browns said they do not plan to "tag" any of their own free agents. Browns offensive coordinator Bruce Arians says he has known RB Deuce McAllister since the RB was in the 10th grade. When asked about the Deuce being his everydown back Arians hedged some on his answer. VP Dwight Clark said he thinks RB Travis Prentice, would be an "excellent" third-down back. Is the team seeing a McAllister - Prentice combo in its' future?
Mon, 18 Dec 2000 01:16:18 -0800
Associated Press reports the Cleveland Browns, continuing to try anything and everything on offense with hopes of accomplishing something productive, worked RBs Travis Prentice and Jamel White at the quarterback position during Sunday's game. The Browns managed just 113 total yards of offense on the day.
Mon, 11 Dec 2000 03:17:04 -0800
ClevelandBrowns.com reports Cleveland Browns S Marquis Smith (bruised leg), WR Dennis Northcutt (high ankle sprain) and RB Travis Prentice (bruised calf) were all banged up on Sunday during the Browns loss to the Eagles. X-rays taken on Smith's leg were negative. OL Everett Lindsay (back spasms) was able to play through the whole game.