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Few ex-Eastern Washington stars have have earned millions a year, but the list is growing.
Michael Roos was at the apex of his professional career with the Tennessee Titans when the prospect of a revamped Eastern Washington football field came to fruition.
It was the Who's Who of Eastern Washington football, a group banded together to help the program as the athletic department tries to navigate its coronavirus-induced budget woes.
It can be said that professional athletes are not like us civilians. And even when they are, they’re not.
Ex-EWU football players Shaq Hill, Stu Stiles and Nick Ellison team up Saturday for Hoopfest.
Michael Roos and his Cooked As A Goat teammates made a pact Saturday morning before Hoopfest tipped off. No jumping.
Michael Roos admits he’s a numbers guy. Finance and economics major in college at Eastern Washington. Knows the power of a well-invested dollar. Big on probabilities. And mathematical coincidence.
The Washington State volleyball coaching staff and players will host a series of “Little Spikers” clinics this fall for girls and boys ages 5 through 10.
Michael Roos has his name on the Eastern Washington University football stadium. Now it’ll be enshrined in the trophy case inside Reese Court, too.
Michael Roos, the former Eastern Washington offensive lineman and namesake of Roos Field at EWU, is retiring from the NFL. The Tennessee left tackle played 10 seasons and 148 games with the Titans. He announced his decision Thursday on social media after informing the Titans.
Michael Roos, the former Eastern Washington offensive lineman and namesake of Roos Field at EWU, is retiring from the NFL. The Tennessee Titans left tackle played 10 seasons and 148 games with the Titans. He announced his decision Thursday on social media after informing the Titans.
Michael Roos, the former Eastern Washington offensive lineman and namesake of Roos Field at EWU, is retiring from the NFL.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Tennessee Titans tackle Michael Roos has played 10 NFL seasons and 148 career games. As he cleaned out his locker Monday at Saint Thomas Sports Park, it sure sounded like the former Eastern Washington University standout has played his last game.
Walter Payton Award winner Bo Levi Mitchell and Tennessee Titans All-Pro offensive tackle Michael Roos have been recognized among the all-time best 50 male athletes in the Big Sky Conference, the league announced Thursday. Mitchell is No. 22 on the list compiled by the league in celebration of its 50th anniversary, with Roos just ahead of him at No. 20.
Michael Roos (pictured right) has started every game for the Tennessee Titans since being drafted in the second round out of Eastern Washington in 2005 – a streak in peril of ending at 119 straight because even NFL players have to heal after emergency appendectomies. The 6-foot-7, 320-pound left tackle had his appendix removed Monday. He played through discomfort in last week’s 35-34 win at Buffalo. Roos, believed to be the first NFL player born in Estonia, watched practice Wednesday and Thursday and is being checked daily by a doctor before the Titans (3-4) play the Colts (3-3) on Sunday. “Always want to keep something like (the streak) going, but can’t do anything too disastrous to my health going forward,” Roos said. – AP
The major long-term investment former Eastern Washington University offensive lineman Michael Roos and his wife, Katherine, made in their alma mater’s football program in late-January 2010 has paid some very quick dividends. And now the couple plans to celebrate by traveling to Frisco, Texas, to watch Eastern’s No. 1-ranked team take on Delaware in Friday’s NCAA Division I Championship game at Pizza Hut Park.
PULLMAN – Given that only 189 miles separates Tallin, Estonia, and St. Petersburg, Russia, college football coaches might want to start making stops at both on recruiting trips. You never know when you might find the next Michael Roos or Andrei Lintz.
Roos Field? Really? Well, OK.
The initial hype has subsided, but Eastern Washington University’s decision to replace the natural grass in Woodward Field with a red synthetic playing surface continues to stir interest and conversations across the country. Since the school first announced late last month that former Eagle Michael Roos and his wife, Katherine, had pledged $500,000 toward the project, EWU and its proposed red turf have been at the center of discussions on several cable television shows, including ESPN’s “Pardon the Interuption,” and a host of radio programs, including the nationally syndicated “The Dan Patrick Show.”