Hawks in the NFL
Keep tabs on your favorite Hawkeyes that have moved on to the NFL.
After a long wait, Nixon is headed to Charlotte
Chauncey Golston becomes the first Hawkeye off the board in 2021.
Iowa hasn’t had a wide receiver drafted since 2012 or make a catch in the NFL since 2007. Can Brandon Smith break either of these streaks?
Micah Hyde gonna Micah Hyde.
Tristan Wirfs: good at football.
It was a big week for several former Hawkeyes.
Tristan Wirfs was an absolute steal for the Tampa Bay Bucs.
Desmond King is all smiles in Tennessee.
Josey Jewell and Michael Ojemudia have become integral to Denver’s defense while Desmond King gets a new home.
There were more injuries in week 4, but also some big time games, including a former Hawkeye getting his first snaps at QB in 2020.
As we enter week one of the NFL season, there are still 29 former Hawkeyes on active rosters.
With less than two weeks until the start of the NFL season, we’re getting to know where each former Hawkeye in the NFL is calling home and what their future holds in 2020.
Here’s why A.J. Epenesa is going to change the Bills on defense
Wirfs, Epenesa, Ojemudia, Stone, and Stanley all left major voids which the Hawkeyes must fill to replicate the success of their 2019 campaign.
Here’s why Tristan Wirfs made sense for the Buccaneers at 13th overall
Nate Stanley becomes the third consecutive starting QB for the Hawkeyes to be selected in the NFL Draft.