Boise State Football Star Released From NFL Roster
When it comes to football in the Treasure Valley and frankly in the State of Idaho--it gets no bigger and no more exciting than Boise State. The blue turf has been home to some of the biggest games and moments in college football--and that resume grows even larger when you consider the team that calls that field home.
Many have gone on to the professional ranks. Leighton Vander Esch, Ryan Clady, and Cedrick Wilson are just a few names that most NFL fans would recognize having made the league from Boise State. Then of course--there's the legendary Kellen Moore--while he never had a star-studded career as a player, everyone knew he was cut out to coach and he did just that--successfully--and is now the Offensive Coordinator in Los Angeles.
Another notable Boise State Quarterback that came after Moore, is Brett Rypien. The young quarterback was a popular name this past season as a rough season for Russel Wilson in Denver meant that many fans wanted to see what their backup QB had. Rypien started and didn't do anything too spectacular--but it seems the fans loved him.
New information now suggests that Rypien is on the hunt for a new football home.
Do you think another NFL team could be picking him up? Many Denver fans are glad he's gone now:
What do you think? Could he return to Boise!?