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HawkTrax - Kerry Meier

Kerry Meier making up for lost time

KU product toiling to overcome lost season

Kerry Meier was the last player off the practice field at the Atlanta Falcons’ training camp on Sunday morning. The receiver kept running goal-line routes and catching soft lob passes over his shoulder while his teammates were signing autographs or headed to the locker room.

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More than 1,000 attend Dylan Meier's funeral

Former Kansas State quarterback Dylan Meier was a tough competitor who spent his time off the field living life to the fullest and befriending those around him, according to speakers at Meier's funeral.

Services for Dylan Meier today

Services for former Kansas State quarterback Dylan Meier will be at 10 a.m. today at the Pittsburg Memorial Auditorium with Rev. Dan Moss officiating.

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Kerry Meier taken by Atlanta Falcons in 5th round

Many believed that former Kansas University wide receiver Kerry Meier possessed too much versatility to be passed over in this year’s NFL Draft.

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Meiers not mourning alone

Dylan’s death sparks memories of strong family

Sometimes, it can look a little creepy when a 50-something man waits and waits and waits for an autograph from a college athlete. Is he selling it? Does he have so little going on in life that he makes heroes of young men in helmets?

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Sharp steals show at KU Pro Day

KU running back runs best 40 and lifts most weight

The Kansas University football program held its annual Pro Timing Day on Wednesday at Anschutz Pavilion.

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Briscoe, Meier have OK showing at NFL combine

Sunday, in Indianapolis, former Kansas University receivers Dezmon Briscoe and Kerry Meier ran decent but not dazzling times during their workout at the combine in front of scouts, coaches and doctors from all 32 NFL teams.

Shrine Game to feature 3 Jayhawks

Receiver Kerry Meier, safety Darrell Stuckey and quarterback Todd Reesing, three players commonly associated with the ascension of the Kansas University football program, will participate in their final collegiate game today, the East-West Shrine Game at the Citrus Bowl in Orlando, Fla.

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Todd Reesing will join teammates Meier, Stuckey at Shrine Game

Kansas University senior quarterback Todd Reesing will join teammates Kerry Meier and Darrell Stuckey on the West squad at the East-West Shrine Football Game on Jan. 23 at the Florida Citrus Bowl in Orlando, Fla.

Kerry Meier accepts Shrine Bowl invite

Kansas University senior wide receiver Kerry Meier said Wednesday that he will accept an invitation to compete in the East-West Shrine Game at 2 p.m. on Jan. 23 at the Florida Citrus Bowl in Orlando, Fla.

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Briscoe named first team All-Big 12

Meier also earned second-team nod

Kansas junior Dezmon Briscoe was honored as a first-team All-Big 12 receiver Tuesday in a vote of the Big 12 coaches.

Meier mature, classy

With all the mud-slinging flying through the eight years of Mark Mangino’s soon-to-end reign as coach of the Kansas University football team hogging the headlines, it ought to come as no surprise that one man standing above the fray is a guy who always has managed to sound a voice of reason and conduct himself with class and maturity.

Dynamic duo: KU’s Briscoe, Meier pack quite a punch

They try everything. Three-man rushes. Eight-man drops. Two-deep zones. Cover fours. Stunts. Double teams. Blitz after blitz after blitz.

Mangino: As of now, no players will serve suspensions

Up until two days ago, the biggest problem facing Kansas University football coach Mark Mangino was how to defend against Southern Mississippi’s quirky “Wildcat” formation.

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Mending mistakes

Despite receptions record, Meier says he still can improve

After careful examination, Kerry Meier says 97 receptions in 2008 wasn’t enough.

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