Detroit Lions OTA

NFL: Detroit Lions-OTA

It’s gonna be here before we all know it…. FOOTBALL! The Detroit Lions had Organized Team Activities last week and I was there to refresh and tell a story for USA Today Sports.

Here are some of my favorite images from OTA. I will be back at mini camp next week.

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New England Patriots win Super Bowl XLIX

NFL: Super Bowl XLIX-New England Patriots vs Seattle Seahawks

I had the opportunity to spend a week in Phoenix working with the awesome USA Today Sports Images team to document Super Bowl XLIX. It was a long week with long hours, but at the end of the game the images that were made by the team were amazing. All of the logistics and technology that goes into the Super Bowl is like no other event in the country.

Spending two straight days running power and ethernet cable to power three remote cameras in the catwalk along with trying to shoot feature photos through out the city.

The Super Bowl is truly a special event.


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36 Frames of the famous Dez Bryant ‘Catch or No Catch’


Below are 36 frames shot with a Canon 1DX and a 70-200mm lens of the Dez Bryant ‘Catch or No Catch’ during the NFC Divisional game against the Green Bay Packers. There are a few frames that are out of focus, but the sequence shows the entire catch to him hitting the ground.
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NFL Divisional: Dallas Cowboys at Green Bay Packers


A week late, but never to late share images from one of the most talked about catches of the 2014 NFL Season. I travel to Green Bay, Wisconsin to shoot the NFC Divisional game between the Dallas Cowboys and Green Bay Packers. It was a little homecoming for me as I got to see a few former teammates prior to the game: Barry Church, and Jayrone Elliot.

Below are some of the best images of the game include the famous Dez Bryant “CATCH or NO CATCH” photo.

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AFC Wildcard showdown in Indianapolis

NFL: AFC Wild Card Playoff-Cincinnati Bengals at Indianapolis Colts

The NFL playoffs are finally here! The AFC Wildcard was in Indianapolis as the Colts hosted the Bengals. Marvin Lewis is 0-6 in the playoffs and Andy Dalton struggles in the playoffs, so I had my money on Andrew Luck and the Colts sending the Bengals packing.

The first half of the game, was filled with big plays and lots of emotion, but as the game started to wind down the Colts where in control just running the ball which made for a slow ending to the game.

Enjoy the photos. Next weekend I am heading to Green Bay for the Cowboys vs Packers game.

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Andy Dalton and the Bengals defeated Peyton Manning 37-28

NFL: Denver Broncos at Cincinnati Bengals

Following the Lions Bears game in Chicago I headed to Cincinnati to shoot the Denver Broncos vs the Cincinnati Bengals. The Broncos were on a 4 game winning streak, which meant the Bengals had to show their worth and knock off Peyton Manning.

The game made for some awesome images except for the constant rain during the entire second half. It was still an excellent game to shoot. I

I am heading to Indianapolis this weekend to shoot the Bengals vs Colts in the AFC Wild-Card Round.

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Detroit Lions defeat the Chicago Bears 20-14

NFL: Detroit Lions at Chicago Bears

I traveled to Chicago to cover the Detroit Lions vs Chicago Bears game at Solider Field. It always nice to shoot a team who you shoot just about every weekend in their away uniforms. It gives my archive some variety for potential image usage for the 2015 NFL preview magazines.

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Tampa Bay Bucs at Detroit Lions


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Thanksgiving Day in Detroit

NFL: Chicago Bears at Detroit Lions

For the fifth year in a row, I was in Detroit shooting the Chicago Bears vs Detroit Lions game. This game is usually a staple on the NFL schedule, but the Bears aren’t at the top of their game this year so the Lions had no problem handing the a “L” for the game.

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New York Jets vs Buffalo Bills in Detroit

NFL: New York Jets vs Buffalo Bills

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Andrew Weber is a professional sports photographer based in Toledo, OH. He was a place kicker for The University of Toledo football team for four years. Andrew's primary focus is capturing important events on film. He was a staff photographer for the Bowling Green Sentinel-Tribune covering a wide variety of events ranging from high school athletics and late-breaking stories to local county fairs.