By LARRY VAUGHT
Atlanta Falcons tight end Jacob Tamme will join myself and Tim Estes on WPBK (102.9 FM) Thursday from 7:30-8 p.m. to talk about the upcoming NFL season, UK football and more. But one thing we certainly will talk about is the charity golf tourney Tamme and his wife, Allison, will host in July to raise money to build homes for injured military members.
Tamme was a standout at Boyle County and then Kentucky. He played for Indianapolis and Denver with Peyton Manning before joining the Falcons last season. He had 59 catches, the second-highest total of his career.
“I really feel like my best years are still in front of me,” Tamme told the Atlanta Journal Constitution. “Which is a good feeling to have at this point in my career. That’s an exciting thing for me.
“I feel like I’m well ahead of where I was at this point last year. That’s something that I’m pretty jacked up about.”
Listen to us on Thursday morning for more from Tamme.