Javin Wright, a reserve hybrid outside linebacker/safety for the Huskers, posted on social media Wednesday that he was recently diagnosed with a second blood clot and was having surgery that day.
Nebraska's defense returns nine starters from last year's team, but how deep will the Blackshirts be in 2021? Some Huskers say the second-teamers are just as capable as the starters.
Nebraska defensive backs coach Travis Fisher long on honest critiques and short on effusive praise. But there's a reason for that — he doesn't want his players to ever get complacent.
The World-Herald is counting down the top 50 Nebraska football players you need to know heading into the 2021 season. Today we highlight No. 44, freshman safety Isaac Gifford.
Though one player has seemingly edged to the front of the cornerback battle, the competition remains strong. More on that, plus other news and notes, from Monday's Husker football interviews.
There was a lot of talk about the impressive springs by linebackers like Chris Kolarevic, Javin Wright and Pheldarius Payne. Here's more in today's Husker practice report.
Mike Dawson, who's back on Nebraska's coaching staff after a year in the NFL, is still getting acquainted with his outside linebackers, but several had made a strong impression on him so far.
Nebraska secondary coach Travis Fisher won't limit the potential of his four freshman defensive backs one bit before their first training camp.
The "Signee Spotlight" provides all the information you need on the newest batch of Huskers, including rankings, evaluations and a look at how they landed at Nebraska.
Nebraska received a commitment Wednesday morning from Chandler (Ariz.) Hamilton High School cornerback Javin Wright. Three takes on the the decision from the 6-foot-3, 195-pound Wright.