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Old 04-25-2010, 07:41 AM   #1
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2010 NFL Undrafted Free Agents / and the teams

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Redskins
Logan Paulsen, TE, UCLA
Anderson Russell, FS, Ohio State
Marques Slocum, DT, Eastern Arizona

49ers
Shay Hodge, WR, Ole Miss
Scott Long, WR, Louisville
LeGarrett Blount, RB, Oregon
Chris Maragos, S, UW
Patrick Stoudamire, DB, W. Illinois
Jared Perry, WR, Missouri
Jarrett Brown, QB, WVU
Leroy Vann, KR, FAMU

Bears
Juice Williams, QB, Illinois (Tryout)
Greg Mathews, WR, Michigan
Quentin Scott, S, UNI
Freddie Barnes, WR, Bowling Green
Desi Cullen, P, UConn (Tryout)
Mike Mayberry, LB, Indiana
Cornelius Brown, CB, UTEP
Brandon Minor, RB, Michigan
Lawrence Wilson, DE, OSU
Levi Horn, OT, Montana
Antonio Robinson, WR, Nicholls State
Barry Turner, DE, Nebraska
Tim Walter, C, CSU

Bengals
Mike Windt, LS, Cinci
Jeff Cottam, TE, Tennessee
Mikell Simpson, RB, Virginia
Bryan Evans, S, Georgia
Cordera Eason, FB, Ole Miss

Bills
John Destin, CB, Tulsa
Naaman Roosevelt, WR, Buffalo
Donald Jones, WR, Youngstown St.
Joique Bell, RB, Wayne State
Stephan Virgil, CB, Virginia Tech
Brett Johnson, S, Cal
Antonio Coleman, DE/OLB, Auburn
David Nelson, WR, Florida
Dominique Harris, S, Temple
Sean Allen, C/G, ECU
Jorge Guerra, OL, TAMUK
Cordaro Howard, OL, Georgia Tech

Broncos
Nathan Overbay, TE, Eastern Washington
Jaron Baston, DT, Missouri
Michael Palmer, TE, Clemson
Chris Marinelli, OT, Stanford
Marcellus Bowman, S, Boston College
Riar Geer TE Colorado
Chris Brown, RB, Oklahoma
Michael Shumard, OG, Texas A&M
Alric Arnett, WR, West Virginia
Cassius Vaughn, CB, Ole Miss
Toney Baker, RB, NC State
Kyle McCarthy, S, Notre Dame
Kevin Alexander, OLB, Clemson

Browns
Auston English, DE, Oklahoma
Casey Bender, OT, SDSU
Jon Dempsey, LB, Louisville
Troy Wagner, TE, Indiana
Joel Reinders, OL, Waterloo

Buccaneers
Hunter Lawrence, K, Texas
Brandon Gillbeaux, DE, Delaware
Jevan Snead, QB, Ole Miss
Rico McCoy, LB, Tennessee
Sergio Render, OG, Virginia Tech
Ryan Reeves, LB, Wayne State
Preston Parker, WR, North Alabama
Jared Zwilling, C, Purdue
Derek Hardman, OT, Eastern Kentucky

Cardinals
David Moosman, OG, Michigan
Max Hall, QB, BYU
Alfonso Smith, RB, Kentucky
Max Komar, WR, Idaho
Stephen Williams, WR, Toledo
Casey Knips, OT, SDSU
AJ Jefferson, CB, Fresno State
Devin Tyler, OT, Temple

Chargers
Jordyn Jackson, RB/WR, Eastern Oregon
Jeremy Williams, WR, Tulane
Nic Richmond, OT, TCU
Brandon Lang, OLB, Troy
Marcel Thompson, WR, Lindenwood
Richie Brockel, TE, Boise State
Jason Lamb, DE, Baylor
Justin Jeffries, OT, Kentucky
Jeff Hansen, OL, Montana State
Seyi Ajirotutu, WR, Fresno State
Bryan Walters, WR-KR, Cornell

Chiefs
Jeremy Horne, WR, UMass
Andrew Lewis, OL, Oklahoma State
Austin Signor, K, Eastern Illinois
Rich Gunnell, WR, Boston College
Mike Johnson, LB, North Alabama
Menelik Holt, WR, Nebraska

Colts
Brett Swenson K, Michigan State
Brandon James, KR, Florida
Blair White, WR, Michigan State
Thad Turner, CB, Ohio
Javarris James, RB, Miami
Tim Hiller, QB, Western Michigan
Mike Newton, S, Buffalo
Jeff Linkenbach, OT, Cinci
David Caldwell, S, William & Mary

Cowboys
Matt Nichols, QB, Eastern Washington
Phil Costa, C, Maryland
Barry Church, S, Toledo
Chris Gronkowski, FB, Arizona
Terrell Hudgins, WR, Elon
Rashaun Greer, WR, Colorado State
Lonyae Miller, RB, Fresno State
Chet Teofilo, OG, California
Will Barker, OT, Virginia

Dolphins
Travis Ivey, DT, Maryland
AJ Wallace, CB, Penn State
Ross Weaver, DB, Michigan State
Vince Oghobaase, DT, Duke
Roberto Wallace, WR, SDSU
Jonathan Amaya, DB, Nevada
Marlon Moore, WR, Fresno State

Eagles
Blue Cooper, WR, Tenn-Chattanooga
Charles Alexander, DT, LSU
Keith Flemming, RB, West Texas A&M
Kevin Jurovich, WR, San Jose State
Chris Zardas, FB, Umass
Pat Simonds, WR, Colgate
Joey Elliott, QB, Purdue

Falcons
Dimitri Nance, RB, Arizona State
Colin Peek, TE, Alabama
Bear Woods, LB, Troy.
Rafael Bush, DB, Sc. State.
Ryan Wolfe, WR, UNLV
Gabriel Derricks, CB/S, San Diego
Leroy Banks, TE, Southern Miss

Giants
Chris Poole, OL, Holy Cross
Dominic Randolph, QB, Holy Cross
Ayanga Okpokowuruk, DE, Duke
Nate Collins, DL, Virginia
Duke Calhoun, WR, Memphis
Jim Cordle, OL, Ohio State
Leon Wright, CB, Duke

Jaguars
Chad Kackert, RB, New Hampshire
Robert Malone, P, Fresno State
Kommonya Quaye, DL, South Dakota
Aaron Morgan, DE, ULM
Roren Thomas, WR, Lindenwood
Kyle Bosworth, LB, UCLA
Chris Hawkins, CB, LSU
Kevin Haslam, OT, Rutgers
AJ Cooley, RB, Shorter College
Chris McGaha, WR, Arizona State
Jason Harmon, TE, FAU
Trevor Harris, QB, Edinboro
Mike Caussin, TE, JMU
Terrell Whitehead, S, Norfolk St.

Jets
Donovan Warren, CB, Michigan
Charlie Tanner, OG, Texas
Kevin Basped, DE, Nevada
Jeff Cumberland, TE, Illinois
Keith Buckman, OL, North Dakota State
Philip Kirkland, WR, Bethune-Cookman
Cory Reamer, LB, Alabama
Mick Williams, DT, Pitt
Marus Ezeff, S, California (try-out)

Lions
Ryan Stamper, LB, Florida
Aaron Berry, CB, Pitt
Mike Moore, WR, Georgia
Rob Calloway, DT, Saginaw
Matt Clapp, FB, Oklahoma

New England Patriots
Pat Paschall, RB, North Dakota State
Dane Fletcher, DE, Montana State
Bryan Anderson, WR, CMU
Sergio Brown, S, Notre Dame
Kyle Love, DL, Mississippi State
Ross Ventrone, S, Villanova

Packers
Quinn Porter, RB, Stillman
Frank Zombo, DE, CMU
Sam Shields, CB, Miami
John Russell, DL, Wake Forest
Tim Knicky, DE, Stephen F. Austin
Jeff Moturi, WR, UTEP
Chris Campbell, OT, Eastern Illinois
E.J. Morton-Green, WR, Morgan State (Tryout)
Shawn Gore, WR, Bishop
Alex Joseph, LB, Temple
Tory Harrison, RB, Southern Miss
Noah Shepard, QB, South Dakota
Robert Vaughn, S, UConn
Chastin West, WR, Fresno State

Panthers
Ray Hisatake, OL, Hawaii
Kurtis Gregory, OG, Missouri
Rashawn Jackson, FB, Virginia
Blake Hauden, P, Minnesota
Andrew George, TE, BYU
Matt O'Hanlon, S, Nebraska
Mark Ortmann, OT, Michigan
Andre Neblett, DT, Temple
Kurtis Gregory, OL, Missouri
Aaron Pettrey, K, Ohio State
Oliver Young, WR, South Carolina State

Raiders
Trent Guy, WR, Louisville
Manase Tonga, FB, BYU
Brashton Satele, LB, Hawaii
Alex Daniels, DE, Cinci
Alex Parsons, RG, USC
Andre Anderson, RB, Tulane

Rams
Keith Toston, RB, Oklahoma State
Thaddas Lewis, QB, Duke
Brandon McRae, WR, Mississippi State
Simoni Lawrence, LB, Minnesota
Alex Henderson, RB, Northern Arizona
DeMaundray Woolridge, RB, Idaho
Jeromy Jones, S, Idaho
Rod Owens, WR Florida State
Adrian Davis, DE, Arkansas
Jamie McCoy, TE, Texas A&M

Ravens
Rodelin Anthony, TE, UNLV
John Fletcher, DL, Wyoming
Albert McClellan, DE, Marshall
Ashton Hall, S, Marshall
Curtis Steele, RB, Memphis
Mike McLaughlin, LB, Boston College
Morgan Cox, S, Tennessee
Prince Miller, CB, Georgia
Josh Morris, DB, Weber St.

Saints
Clint Gresham, LS, TCU
Harry Coleman, S, LSU
Jamarko Simmons, WR, Western Michigan(Tryout)
Ryan Hamilton, S, Vanderbilt
Jason Beauchamp, LB, UNLV
Brandon Carter, OL/OG, Texas Tech
Junior Galette, DE, Stillman
Ekom Udofia, DT, Stanford
Marcell Young, CB, Jackson St.
Jay Ross, DT, East Carolina
Sirjo Welch, DB, Kentucky State (Tryout)

Seahawks
Rob Rose, DT, Ohio State
Quintin Hancock, WR, Tennessee
Josh Pinkard, DB, USC
DeMarcus Granger, DT, Oklahoma
Jeff Byer, OG, USC
Kyle Burkhart, OT, Southern Miss
Will Harris, FS, USC
Joe Pawelek, ILB, Baylor
Jacob Phillips, OT, Belhaven
James Brindley, FS, Utah State
Marcus Brown, CB, Arkansas State
Reggie Carter, OLB, UCLA
Patrick Devenny, TE, Colorado
Kevin Dixon, ILB, Troy
Adrian Martinez, C, Colorado State

Steelers
Damon Cromartie-Smith, S, UTEP
AJ Trump, OT, Miami
Cordarrow Thompson, DE, Virginia Tech
Andre Dixon, RB, UConn
Daryll Clark QB, Penn State

Texans
Aaron Webster, S, Cinci
Isiaih Greenhouse, FB, NW St.
Jack Corcoran, FB, Rutgers
Kristian Matte, OL, Concordia
Tyler Sheehan, QB, Bowling Green
Mitch Unrein, DE, Wyoming
Adam Ulatoski, OL, Texas
Steve Maneri, OT/TE, Temple
Cole Pemberton, OT, CSU

Titans
Stafon Johnson, RB, USC
Gerald Harris, TE, Ole Miss
Kevin Matthews, OL, TAMU
Nick Howell, OL, USC

Vikings
Ryan Perriloux, QB, JSU ???
RJ Archer, QB, William and Mary
Marlon Winn, OT, Texas Tech
Terrell Skinner, S, Maryland
Kelton Tindal, WR, Newberry
Tommy Hernandez, C, UC-Davis
Ray Small, WR, Ohio State
Aaron Rhea, WR, Stephen F. Austin
Angelo Williams, CB, Ferris State
Matt Hanson, OT, Midwestern State
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Can I just say that I love that Dallas has done little to upgrade it's line since cutting Flozell. I expected their UDFA's to be chocked full of OT.
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I agree credskins, everyone is automatically putting Dallas as the favorite in the east.. Their oline is ancient, and honestly I think the dez Bryant pick was based purely on Jerry's ego! He drafts fame over team needs. Bryant could be a solid wr but they needed to upgrade other positions.
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Can I just say that I love that Dallas has done little to upgrade it's line since cutting Flozell. I expected their UDFA's to be chocked full of OT.
I agree. It would seem that JJ is pulling a Vinny with his OL. The OL is getting older before his eyes yet he has done little in response. They had better hope that Free is much better than he ever has been before. And, even then, what happens when someone gets hurt? I think Dallas' OL is going to be a real problem for them this year.
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I agree credskins, everyone is automatically putting Dallas as the favorite in the east.. Their oline is ancient, and honestly I think the dez Bryant pick was based purely on Jerry's ego! He drafts fame over team needs. Bryant could be a solid wr but they needed to upgrade other positions.
Not to defend the Cowboys, but their brass ranked Bryant highest ever on their board, last time this happened, they passed on Moss, and Jerry was kicking himself, they didn't want to repeat history. Can't blame them when Roy Williams is doing nothing for them. Smart move really.
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i still think the 49ers struck oil with blount, i think he has what it takes to be a great rb, and now he has someven more to prove to all the doubters
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Funny how we love to attack to the Cowboys, but fact is, they have been smarter than us overall for the past 2 decades. We have needs that weren't addressed, yet we have the fewest undrafted fa's of all the teams. Not saying we need more, but we certainly should have nabbed a few of the good ones before they were gone.
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i still think the 49ers struck oil with blount, i think he has what it takes to be a great rb, and now he has someven more to prove to all the doubters
The man was overrated to start with, but he certainly has talent. I don't care what anyone says, any kid that takes a punch in front of a national audience is not right in the head. The 49ers took a very little chance signing him, but instantly brought in a guy that is a character problem.
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Surprised we haven't tried to sign Landolt from Penn St. Tanner would have been a nice grab also, but alas, he is now a Jet. Why the hell did we sign another DT? The FS from OSU was smart, but why another DT? Especially a guy with a "fuck lion" for a pet!!!!
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The man was overrated to start with, but he certainly has talent. I don't care what anyone says, any kid that takes a punch in front of a national audience is not right in the head. The 49ers took a very little chance signing him, but instantly brought in a guy that is a character problem.
he actually threw a punch. if no team ever took anyone with a character problem the nfl wouldn't exist. we did the same thing by bringing in lj if you wanna talk about character issues look no further the guy is a grade a douche bag, but he was/is a damn good rb
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I refuse to say that they have been smarter than us overall while Jerry has been the GM. They won 3 SB's riding the coat tails of what Jimmy Johnson did, and then went 13 years without a playoff win, including a 5-11 stint that was as ugly as our 4-12 year. Bill Parcells brought them to respectability, but JJ is taking them back the other way, and his hubris and overreaction will quickly bite them in the back. They traded a 1,3, and 5 for a WR that hasn't done anything and turned around and got another one when their other WR's stepped up. Meanwhile ignoring their line just like we did (or worse since they cut their PB LT while ours had an underlying medical that shortened his playing years by 2-3 probably). I am not saying we didn't have rough years, we did, but JJ will run the Cowboys into the dirt, unless his son Stephen prevents it. Long live JJ
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he actually threw a punch. if no team ever took anyone with a character problem the nfl wouldn't exist. we did the same thing by bringing in lj if you wanna talk about character issues look no further the guy is a grade a douche bag, but he was/is a damn good rb
I think you get the point, he took a swipe at someone ON THE FIELD, in front of a NATIONAL AUDIENCE. LJ does NOT compare to that...no way, no how.
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I think you get the point, he took a swipe at someone ON THE FIELD, in front of a NATIONAL AUDIENCE. LJ does NOT compare to that...no way, no how.
i guess we veiw guys that hit women a bit differently. and all i'm saying is sometimes you need to take those chances. be it drafting a tim tebow in the first round or signing a blount. he was/is a young kid and made a terrible decision and it cost him dearly. you have to keep in mind these are kids, they do dumb s, but you can't say he is gonna walk in there and destroy sf's locker room.
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I refuse to say that they have been smarter than us overall while Jerry has been the GM. They won 3 SB's riding the coat tails of what Jimmy Johnson did, and then went 13 years without a playoff win, including a 5-11 stint that was as ugly as our 4-12 year. Bill Parcells brought them to respectability, but JJ is taking them back the other way, and his hubris and overreaction will quickly bite them in the back. They traded a 1,3, and 5 for a WR that hasn't done anything and turned around and got another one when their other WR's stepped up. Meanwhile ignoring their line just like we did (or worse since they cut their PB LT while ours had an underlying medical that shortened his playing years by 2-3 probably). I am not saying we didn't have rough years, we did, but JJ will run the Cowboys into the dirt, unless his son Stephen prevents it. Long live JJ
exactly, he is doin the same thing there ol danny boy did here, atleast we seem to have learned our lesson, meanwhile their oline will go to shit and jj will blame it on the pilsbury dough boy and find a new lap dog, how bout them cowboys!
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