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U.S. Men’s alum Ernst Brun making most of NFL opportunity with Redskins

By Bran Bournival Football can be a fickle friend. One second, a player is on top of the world. The next, the game has knocked him down almost to square one. Ernst Brun Jr. knows the highs and lows of the sport, which is why he hasn’t taken for granted – not even for a …

 

U.S. Men’s National Team experience helps Robert Virgil keep football dreams alive

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A heavy hamstring could have led to a heavy heart, but that’s not the way Robert Virgil attacks the daily routine of life. The football window for some oftentimes closes the second they’re out of eligibility in college. But for Virgil, who graduated from the University of Sioux Falls, S.D., in 2013, he always left …

 

Trent Steelman’s football journey takes him from West Point to U.S. National Team to Baltimore Ravens camp

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It was just four games, but they were games that made the fire inside Trent Steelman burn white hot. As a result of the International Federation of American Football World Championship, Steelman isn’t just ready to get back on the field again, he’s ready to plant himself on the turf for years to come. The …

 

USA wide receiver Trent Steelman named tournament MVP

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U.S. wide receiver Trent Steelman (13 with flag), a graduate of the U.S. Military Academy was named Most Valuable Player of the 2015 International Federation of American Football. Steelmen led the United States to a 4-0 record and a third straight gold medal in a 59-12 win over Japan. Steelman finished with a team-best 18 …

 

United States 59, Japan 12

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By Brad Bournival CANTON, Ohio – Once the train was engaged, it was near impossible for Japan to keep up. By the time the gold medal game of the International Federation of American Football World Championship was over, the United States was looking at its third straight title. It came in a tidy 59-12 win …