Ryan Leaf was a first round pick in the 1998 NFL draft. He went on to play in the NFL for four seasons, but his career was cut short due to personal issues and injuries. After his NFL career ended, he battled drug abuse which ultimately led to him serving time in state prison. Show More Summary
When Ryan Leaf was drafted with the second overall pick in the 1998 NFL Draft out of Washington State, the quarterback looked like a future star. Well, Leaf never did reach his ceiling and only played in the NFL for four seasons. Despite...Show More Summary
Markus Granlund and Bo Horvat scored in the shootout, Ryan Miller was solid at the end of a busy night in goal and the Vancouver Canucks beat the Toronto Maple Leafs 3-2
Ryan Leaf was a first round draft pick in the 1998 NFL draft. He went on to play in the NFL for four seasons, but his career was cut short due to personal issues and injuries. After his NFL career ended, he battled drug abuse which ultimately led to him serving time in state prison. Show More Summary
Tom Brady has one week remaining in his 4-game NFL suspension, but at this point, it's looking like Bill Belichick could put a cardboard cutout of Ryan Leaf at quarterback and still handily defeat the Buffalo Bills on Sunday. And from...Show More Summary
To provide a phrase that I'm relatively certain has never been used and, as of 10 days ago, would never have even been contemplated: "If only Ryan Lochte could be a little more like Ryan Leaf..." In case you missed it, Leaf was in Dallas...Show More Summary
Tim Tebow is trying to play Major League Baseball. The Former star Florida Gators quarterback, whose three-year NFL career inspired unfavorable comparisons to Ryan Leaf, hasn’t played a professional sport competitively in four years, hasn’t played baseball competitively full-time in 11 years, and turns 29-years-old on Sunday. Show More Summary
Ryan Leaf, the second overall pick in the 1998 NFL Draft, arrives at a five-story walkup building on West 71st Street, a sober living home.
Your browser does not support iframes. The NFL draft class of 1998, much like the class of 2016, featured two marquee-level quarterbacks at the top of the pyramid. Both were projected as can't-miss, with bright futures ahead. And, if...Show More Summary
Ryan Leaf has struggled with substance abuse issues since the end of his once-promising NFL career, and the former No. 2 overall draft pick of the San Diego Chargers said Monday that he sees much of himself in Johnny Manziel. According...Show More Summary
Ryan Leaf says watching Johnny Manziel’s life fall apart is like “holding up a mirror.”
Leaf was a guest on Fox and Friends.
With quarterbacks expected to go 1-2 in this week’s N.F.L. draft, a look at some other times that happened.
Lots of big names involved in major trades, and the pressure will be on the Rams’ pick.
Chargers' selection of Ryan Leaf one of NFL draft's colossal failures
There was a time, many years ago, when the Colts had a choice: Peyton Manning or Ryan Leaf. It seems, all this time later, such an absurdity. But then, in 1998, there was real disagreement across football. Half of the NFL thought Leaf would have a better career, and the other half felt Manning would be a star. Show More Summary
According to SiriusXM NHL Network on Friday, the NHL has suspended Toronto Maple Leafs center Leo Komarov for three games after he elbowed New York Rangers defenseman Ryan McDonagh on Thursday. Per Sportsnet's Chris Johnston, the three-game...Show More Summary
It’s been 18 years since the San Diego Chargers picked QB Ryan Leaf 2nd in the draft to Peyton Manning who’s playing in the Super Bowl this weekend. Leaf is long removed from his playing days where he never lived up to the hype, much like what Johnny Manziel is doing right now. Ryan Leaf, […]
Ryan Leaf hears the stories about Johnny Manziel and he can relate. He's been there, a big-time college quarterback drafted in the first round but unable to get it together on and off the field. "It feels like I'm holding up a mirror," Leaf said Friday of Manziel on "The Dan Patrick Show." "When...
Former NFL quarterback Ryan Leaf told the Dan Patrick Show Friday that when he reads stories about Johnny Manziel, “I feel like I’m holding up a mirror. That’s how I behaved.” Leaf said he didn’t develop substance abuse issues until his brief NFL career was over, but the No. 2 pick in the 1998 NFL…