Morgan led the squad with a career-high 46 receptions for 552 yards (a 12.0 average) and five touchdowns during his senior season in 2007, while playing with Eddie Royal, now with the San Diego Chargers, and Justin Harper, now with the BC Lions. He finished his four-year career at UBC with 116 catches for 1533 yards and 14 touchdowns.
After graduating from UBC in 2007, Morgan signed with the Toronto Argonauts of the Canadian Football League on May 28, 2008. He was released by the team on August 27, after appearing in three preseason games.
He then joined the BC Lions on October 9, and played in two regular season games before being released on November 22. He had three catches for 44 yards during his time with the Lions.
Morgan has not returned to football since leaving UBC, but did play one game for the Orlando Predators of the Arena Football League in 2015. He had six catches for 91 yards and a touchdown during that season.
Morgan's father, Paul, also played football at UBC. He was a three-time All-Canadian and two-time West Coast Division all-star as a wide receiver under head coach John Lovell from 1986 to 1989. Paul Morgan died of a heart attack in 1990 at the age of 36.
Josh attended Douglas Anderson Elementary School in Port Coquitlam, B.
Derrick Lee Morgan (born January 6, 1989) is a former American football linebacker who spent his entire nine-year professional career with the National Football League's Tennessee Titans (NFL). After playing college football at Georgia Tech, he was taken 16th overall by the Titans in the 2010 NFL Draft.
Morgan's first two seasons were spent on injured reserve due to a knee injury that required three surgeries. He returned for the 2015 season and ended up being named the team's captain. He played in all 16 games last season and made 63 tackles along with one sack. He signed a five-year, $30 million contract extension with $10 million guaranteed on March 11, 2016.
In addition to his work with Titans Radio, Derrick has done some modeling. He appeared in a commercial for Old Dominion basketball player Ty Lawson.
Derrick Morgan went to high school in Virginia Beach, Virginia. There he starred in football and basketball and led his team to a state title as a quarterback. He attended Georgia Tech where he played both defensive end and linebacker. During his time there, he started 44 of 46 games played and finished with 141 tackles, 19 sacks, and four forced fumbles. He received an athletic scholarship to attend the University of Georgia, but dropped out after one semester to enter the draft.
Morgan was selected by the Tennessee Titans in the 1st round (16th overall)
Morgan played for four clubs in his final five seasons (1980–84): the Houston Astros, the San Francisco Giants, the Philadelphia Phillies, and the Oakland Athletics. In 1983, he played in his final World Series with the Phillies, finishing with 20 hits in 23 games. He had two doubles and three RBIs.
Player statistics are available on NFL.com. Derrick Lee Morgan (born January 6, 1989) is an American football linebacker for the National Football League's Tennessee Titans (NFL). Morgan was chosen by the Titans in the 16th round of the 2010 NFL Draft. He attended Georgia Tech during his collegiate football career.
Morgan's chef wife, Charity, helped him switch to a completely plant-based vegan diet in early 2017. The pair has persuaded numerous other Tennessee Titans to follow suit. Ramblinwreck.com, a.b. "Derrick Morgan's bio." On October 10, 2015, the original version was archived.
Titans of Tennessee Derrick Lee Morgan (born January 6, 1989) is a former American football linebacker who spent his entire nine-year professional career with the National Football League's Tennessee Titans (NFL)... Morgan, Derrick (American football)
|No. 90, 91|
|NFL Draft:||2010 / Round: 1 / Pick: 16|
|Tennessee Titans (2010–2018)|
Morgan was the National League MVP twice, a 10-time All-Star, and a five-time Gold Glove Award winner. Morgan, who was elected into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1990, went on to have a 25-year career in broadcasting after a 22-year career as perhaps one of the finest second basemen in history.
He died at the age of 58 in Naples, Florida, on January 14, 2004, due to heart disease.
Joe Morgan was voted in by his peers on his first ballot appearance. He is the only player from either league to receive this honor. Morgan is also the only player from either league to win the award more than once. In fact, he won it in 1975 and '76, when there were no other candidates for either league's MVP award.
Here is how many times each current major league player has been selected to play in the All-Star Game: Mike Schmidt (3); Dave Winfield (2); Morgan; Ivan Rodriguez (2); Orlando Cabrera (2); Roy Halladay (1); Chipper Jones (1); Scott Rolen (1).
There have been several attempts to create an All-Iron Man Team over the years but they have never caught on with most fans. The first All-Iron Man team was chosen in 1947 by Colly Dolan of the New York Daily News.