|Name Anthony Newman|
Date joined 1988
INT yards: 256
Education University of Oregon
Role American football player
|Date of birth: (1965-11-21) November 21, 1965 (age 50)|
NFL draft: 1988 / Round: 2 / Pick: 6
Place of birth: Bellingham, Washington
Oregon safety anthony newman sacks ucla qb brendan mccracken 10 17 1987
Anthony Newman (born November 21, 1965 in Bellingham, Washington) is a retired American football safety for the NFL. Newman played for the Los Angeles Rams from 1988–1994, New Orleans Saints from 1995–1997, and the Oakland Raiders from 1998-1999. Out of high school he had the opportunity to play Major League Baseball, but chose instead to attend the University of Oregon.
- Oregon safety anthony newman sacks ucla qb brendan mccracken 10 17 1987
- Anthony newman sports camp
- Post NFL Career
Anthony newman sports camp
Post NFL Career
Anthony Newman, after retirement from the NFL worked with the Oregon Sports Network. He was a commentator for the UO Ducks' football games. He at one time worked alongside Joe Giansante color commentating on Oregon Duck football games until the conference expanded to the Pac-12 and launched their own sports network. He also helps coach the Central Catholic High School football team. He resides in Oregon with his wife, and his three children. In 1994 Anthony and J.J. Birden created the Anthony Q. Newman Foundation and began offering free football camps. These camps are no longer active, but he does run a multi-sports camps that is called Anthony Newman Sports Camps that he has in the Summer, Spring, and Winter.