'Heading' to the NFL
As a young man who was brought up riding horses along the banks of the Salmon River in Idaho, J.D. Folsom could feel like a fish out of water as he tries to make the Miami Dolphins' roster.
But the NFL is somewhat of a backup plan for Folsom, who spent his youth playing football, working horses on his family's ranch and competing in rodeos.
"If nothing happened with football," the 6-foot-3, 230-pound linebacker said after Miami picked him in the seventh round (214th overall) in the ...
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