Published: Fri, May 19, 2017
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

Redskins sign grandson of Bob Marley, Nico Marley

Redskins sign grandson of Bob Marley, Nico Marley

Marley took to social media after signing the deal, saying: "Blessed to officially be a part of the Redskins organisation!"

Nico Marley, the grandson of Jamaican reggae legend Bob Marley, has signed a professional contract with the NFL's Washington Redskins on Tuesday. However, he spent rookie minicamp at inside linebacker for the Redskins.

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Singer Bob Marley also loved football, the round ball kind, playing it wherever he went, from manicured pitches to the inside of recording studios.

The 5-foot-8, 200-pound linebacker was a four-year starter at Tulane and ended his career with 319 total tackles and a school record 50.5 tackles for loss.

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"I'm so grateful to Tulane for giving me my only Division I opportunity, but I knew they had some doubts about me". He earned first-team all-conference honors in his final two seasons with the Green Wave. Nico Marley is a former Tulane linebacker whose father, Rohan Marley, played linebacker as well for the Miami Hurricanes.

During an interview with Sports Illustrated in 2014, Nico spoke about his family name and having his own goals. Rohan says weed isn't really Nico's thing - plus, he can always wait until AFTER his National Football League career to partake in the herbals.

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"I've never said, 'I'm gonna do it like my dad did it, ' or 'I want to be like my grandfather, '" he said.

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