Undrafted FA Tracker: AFC and NFC East

 

 

Well, the NFl draft is finally (and sadly) over, but here is a list of undrafted  free agent signings for the AFC & NFC West: *keep in mind that some of these may not be actual signings, but rookie camp invites as well*

Miami Dolphins-Malcom Lewis, WR, Miami(FL), De’Veon Smith, RB, Michigan, Torry McTyer, DB, UNLV, Drew Morgan, WR, Arkansas, Matt Haack, P, Arizona State, Damore’ea Stringfellow, WR, Ole Miss, Cameron Malveaux, DE, Houston, Francis Owusu, WR, Stanford.

Buffalo Bills-Jason Croom, WR/TE, Tennessee, Jordan Johnson, RB, Buffalo.

NY Jets-Gabe Marks, WR, Washington State, Brisly Estime, WR, Syracuse, Connor Harris, ILB, Lindenwood, Patrick Gamble, DT, Georgia Tech, Anthony Firsker, FB, Harvard.

New England Pats-Corey Vereen, DE/OLB, Tennessee, Harvey Langi, LB, BYU, Kenny Moore, CB, Valdosta State, Austin Carr, WR, Northwestern, D.J. Killings, CB, UCF, David Jones, DB, Richmond, Adam Butler, DT, Vanderbilt, Jason Thompson, S, Utah, Jacob Hollister, TE, Wyoming, Cody Hollister, WR, Arkansas, Josh Augusta, DT, Mizzou,

NY Giants-Chad Wheeler, OT, USC, Jessamen Dunker, OG, Tennessee State, Travus Rudolph, WR, Florida State, Jarron Jones, DT, Notre Dame, Keeon Johnson, WR, West Virginia, Jadar Johnson, S, Clemson, Calvin Munson, LB, San Diego State.

Dallas Cowboys-Cooper Rush, QB, Central Michigan, Austin Appleby, QB, Florida, Lucas Wacha, LB, Wyoming, Lewis Neal, DL, LSU, Jahad Thomas, RB, Temple, Joseph Jones, LB, Northwestern, Nate Theaker, OT, Wayne State, Kennan Gilchrist, LB, Appi State.

Philadelphia Eagles-Cameron Johnston, P, Ohio State, Corey Clement, RB, Wisconsin.

Washington Redskins-James Quick, WR, Louisville, Tyler Catalina, OT, Georgia, Zach Pascal, RB, Old Dominion, Kyle Kalis, OL, Michigan.

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Undrafted FA Tracker: NFC, AFC West

Well, the NFl draft is finally (and sadly) over, but here is a list of undrafted  free agent signings for the AFC & NFC West: *keep in mind that some of these may not be actual signings, but rookie camp invites as well*

Arizona Cardinals- Trevor Knight, QB, TX A&M, Antonio Pipkin, QB, Tiffin, Pasoni Tasini, DL, Utah, Ricky Seals-Jones, WR, TX A&M, Ryan Lewis, CB, Pitt, De’Chavon Hayes, DB, Arizona State.

L.A. Rams-Justin Davis, RB, USC, Ismael Adams, DB, UCLA, Casey Sayles, DE, Ohio, Jared Collins, DB, Arkansas, Dravious Wright, DB, NC STate, Jake Eldrenkamp, OL, Washington, Anthony McMeans, OL, New Mexico State, Kevin Davis, LB, Colorado State, Johnny Mundt, TE, Oregon, Aarion Penton, CB, Mizzou, Folarin Orimolade, OLB, Dartmouth.

Seattle Seahawks-Nick Usher, OLB, UTEP, Jordan Roos, OG, Purdue, Hayden Plinkle, TE, UTEP, Tony Bridges, S, Ole Miss, Darreus Rogers, WR, USC, Calvin Steyn, OL, Weber State.

San Francisco 49ers-KD Cannon, WR, Baylor, Darrell Williams, OT, Western KY, Cole Hikutini, TE, Louisville, Jimmie Gilbert, LB, Colorado, JP Flynn, OL, Montana State, Nick Mullens, QB, Southern Miss, Lorenzo Jerome, S, St. Francis(PA), Erik Magnuson, OT, Michigan.

L.A. Chargers- Artavis Scott, WR, Clemson, Nigel Harris, LB, USF, Michael Davis, CB, BYU, Sean Culkin, TE, Mizzou, Andre Patton, WR, Rutgers, Austin Ekeler, RB, Weber State, Eli Jenkins, QB, Jacksonville State, Mike Moore, LB, Kansas State, Dillon DeBoer, OC, FAU, Younghoe Koo, K, Georgia Southern, Mason Zandi, OT, South Carolina, James Onwualu, LB, Notre Dame, Dontre Wilson, RB, Ohio State, Brad Watson, CB, Wake Forest.

KC Chiefs-J.R. Nelson, CB, Montana, Jordan Sterns, S, Oklahoma State.

Oakland Raiders-Ishmael Zamora, WR, Baylor, Fadol Brown, DE, Ole Miss, Isaac Whitney, WR, USC, Jordan Simmons, OL, USC, Ricky Jefferson, DB, LSU, Anthony Cioffi, S, Rutgers, Pharaoh Brown, TE, Oregon, Keon Hatcher, WR, Arkansas, LaTroy Lewis, DE, Tennessee

Denver Broncos- Jamal Carter, S, Miami, Kyle Sloter, QB, N. Colorado, Deon Hollins, LB, UCLA, Ken Ekanem, DE, Virginia Tech, Shakir Soto, DE, Pitt, Tyrique Jarrett, DT, Pitt, Marcus Rios, CB, UCLA.

College Football Coaching Carousel 2016

It has been a crazy past couple of weeks for this year’s coaching carousel. Coach O replaces Les Miles; Tom Herman the new coach of Texas; Matt Rhule to Baylor? Who else saw these changes coming? Want to know who went were? I’ve got you covered:

LSU-Les Myles is out and coach Ed Orgeron is in. Coach “O” has had a head coaching gig at Ole Miss and also had a few coaching stints with Tennessee and USC under Lane Kiffin.

Texas-Charlie Strong is out and former Houston coach Tom Herman is in. On the day that it was projected that Tom Herman would become the next coach for Texas, Herman lost to Memphis. Herman was the Ohio State OC for a few years before taking over for Houston in 2015.

Temple-Matt Rhule is out at Temple and former Florida DC Geoff Collins has been named the head coach. Rhule was 28-23 at Temple and left for the vacant Baylor position.

Purdue-Purdue fired head coach Darrell Hazell after 6 games into the season and WR/RC coach Gerad Parker took over as interim coach. Hazell went 9-33 in his tenure. Western Ky coach Jeff Brohm took over as head coach.

Indiana-Coach Kevin Wilson is out after 6 seasons with the Hoosiers after reports alleged he mistreated players, and forced one to play with a back injury. Wilson went 26-47. DC Tom Allen was named interim coach; however, he had the interim tag removed and signed a deal with the Hoosiers.

Oregon-Mark Helfrich is out as coach after a disappointing 4-8 season with the Ducks. While with Oregon, Helfrich went 37-16 as Chip Kelly’s predecessor. The Ducks hired former Western KY and USF coach Willie Taggart as head coach. While with USF, Taggart went 24-25, and has a head coaching record of 40-45.

USF-As mentioned above, Taggart is out as coach and in is Charlie Strong after going 16-21 at Texas. Strong has a career record of 57-37 as head coach.

FAU-Charlie Partridge is out at FAU after 3 mediocre seasons that saw him go a dismal 9-27. Former Oakland Raiders, Tennessee and USC head coach and Alabama OC Lane Kiffin has replaced Partridge.

Houston-As mentioned above, Tom Herman is out and current OC Major Applewhite is in as head coach.

Western KY-As stated above, Jeff Brohm left to take over the head coaching duties of Purdue. In is former Notre Dame OC Mike Sanford.

Cincinnati-After his 4th season, coach Tommy Tuberville is out after piling up a 29-22 record; in is former Ohio State co DC/LB Luke Fickell. Fickell took over as interim coach at Ohio State when former coach Jim Tressel had to serve a suspension for “tatoogate.” During this time, Fickell went 6-7 as interim coach.

San Jose State-Ron Caragher is out and former Oregon State receivers coach Brent Brennan is in as head coach. Caragher went 19-30 in 4 seasons with the Spartans, and only had 1 winning season.

FIU-Ron Turner is out as head coach of FIU and in is former North Carolina Coach Butch Davis. Turner was fired after 4 games into the season, and posted a 10-30 record, never having a winning season.

Georgia State-Trent Miles is out at GA State and former South Carolina OC/OL/interim coach Shawn Elliot is in. Miles went 29-74 during his tenure and never posted a winning season. In his first season, Miles went a dismal 0-12. Elliot went 1-5 during his stint as interim coach…after taking over for former coach Steve Spurrier.

Fresno State-Tim DeRuyter is out and Jeff Tedford is in. DeRuyter went 30-30 in his 5 years with the program. DeRuyter was fired on October 23 after a 1-7 start. Tedford last coached for Cal in 2012 and has a career record of 82-57.

Nevada- Brian Polian is out as head coach and Jay Norvell is in. Polian went 23-27 in 4 seasons with the Wolf Pack, and had only 2 winning seasons. Norvell has been WR’s and TE’s coach in the NFL with the Colts and Raiders respectively, and has had several career stints as receivers coach and OC.

UConn-It was just announced that UConn Huskies coach Bob Diaco was fired after going 11-26 in 3 seasons with the Huskies.

 

 

Cleveland Browns: 0 and Oh, No!

Even with RGIII back in action, it seems the Cleveland Browns can’t really catch a break this season. The Browns are 0-14 on the season and are just two losses away from tying the 0-16 2008 Detroit Lions for the worst start in NFL history; technically right now, the Browns are tied with the 1976 0-14 Tampa Bay Bucs. Cleveland has two games left to finally try to get that long awaited win since December of last year, but it may not be an easy road; the Browns have San Diego in Cleveland and vs Pitt away at Heinz Field. The season began on a bad note for Cleveland as starting QB Robert Griffin III suffered a shoulder injury, which put him out for most of the season. The Browns would later use a handful of mediocre QB’s to try to get the job done, but to no avail. One of the reasons the Browns might not be doing well, in my opinion, is that they used 5 selections in the 2016 draft on WR’s. Now, I understand the organization had a lot of picks in that draft, but I think the front office should’ve used them on other needs that they may have. In conclusion, maybe we’ll never know exactly what’s wrong with the team, but until they get a victory, Hue Jackson and the rest of the organization will definitely be under pressure.

If Today Was the NFL Draft 2017: Rd 7

219.San Francisco 49ers(2-14)(from Cleveland)-Dieugot Joseph, OT, FIU

220.Washington Redskins (from San Francisco 49ers)-Joe Williams, RB, Utah

221.Chicago Bears(3-13)-Bryan Cox. DE. Florida

222.Jacksonville Jags(3-13)-Lorenzo Jerome, SS, St. Francis (PA)

223.Miami Dolphins(10-7)-(from L.A. Rams)-Marzuez White, CB, Florida State

224.NY Jets(5-11)-Ryan Switzer, WR, North Carolina

225.L.A. Chargers(5-11)-Dylan Donahue, OLB, West Georgia

226.Seattle Seahawks(11-6-1)(from Carolina)-Montae Nicholson, SS, Michigan State

227.Cinci Bengals(6-9-1)-Jake Elliot, K, Memphis

228.Dallas Cowboys(13-4)(from Buffalo)-Jeremy Clark, CB, Michigan

229.N.O. Saints(7-9)-Ben Braden, OG, Michigan

230.Philadelphia Eagles(7-9)-Elijah Lee, OLB, Kansas State

231.Arizona Cardinals(7-8-1)-I’Tavius Mathers, RB, MTSU

232.Minnesota Vikings(8-8)-Ishmael Zamora, WR, Baylor

233.Carolina Panthers(6-10)(from Indianapolis)-Nate Iese, FB, UCLA

234.L.A. Rams(4-12)(from Baltimore)-Jason Croom, WR/TE, Tennessee

235.Washington Redskins(8-7-1)-Justin Davis, RB, USC

236.Tennessee Titans(9-7)-Ben Boulware, ILB, Clemson

237.Tampa Bay Bucs(9-7)-Ezra Robinson, CB, Tennessee State

238.Denver Broncos(9-7)-Hardy Nickerson, ILB, Illinois

239.New England Patriots(17-2)(from Detroit)-AAron Jones, RB, UTEP

240.Jacksonville Jags(3-13)(from Miami)-Jalen Reeves-Maybin, OLB, Tennessee

241.NY Giants(11-6)-Cethan Carter, TE, Nebraska

242.Oakland Raiders(12-5)-Harvey Langi, ILB, BYU

243.Houston Texans(10-8)-Blake Jarwin, TE, Oklahoma State

244.Oakland Raiders(12-5)(from Seattle)-Alek Torgersen, QB, Penn

245.K.C. Chiefs(12-5)-Kent Perkins, OT, Texas

246.Dallas Cowboys(13-4)-Avery Gennesy, OT/OG, TX A&M

247.Green Bay Packers(12-7)-Ricky Seals-Jones, TE, TX A&M

248.Pittsburgh Steelers(13-6)-Trevor Knight, QB, TX A&M

249.Atlanta Falcons(13-6)-Seth Russell, QB, Baylor

250.Detroit Lions(9-8)(from New England)-Riley Bullough, ILB, Michigan State

251c.Cinci Bengals(6-9-1)-Sefo Liufau, QB, Colorado

252c.Denver Broncos(9-7)-Keion Jones, DE, Western Michigan

253c.Denver Broncos(9-7)-Dylan Bradley, DT, Southern Miss

 

 

 

 

If Today Was the NFL Draft 2017: Rd 6

185.Cleveland Browns(1-15)-Jeremy Cutrer, CB, MTSU

186.Baltimore Ravens(8-8)-(from San Francisco)-Matthew Dayes, RB, NC State

187.Jacksonville Jags(3-13)-Dan Skipper, OT, Arkansas

188.Cleveland (from Houston)(from Chicago)-Keionta Davis, DE, Tennessee-Chattanooga

189.L.A. Rams(4-12)-Matt Milano, OLB, Boston College

190.L.A. Chargers(5-11)-D.J. Jones, DT, Ole Miss

191.NY Jets(5-11)-De’Angelo Henderson, RB, Coastal Carolina

192.Carolina Panthers(6-10)-Tedric Thompson, SS, Colorado

193.Cinci Bengals(6-9-1)-Brenden Langley, CB, Lamar

194.Philadelphia Eagles(7-9)-Jon Toth, OC, Kentucky

195.Buffalo Bills(7-9) -Chad Kelly, QB, Ole Miss

196.N.O. Saints(7-9)-Stevie Tu’ikolovatu, DT, USC

197.Arizona Cardinals(7-8-1)-Connor Harris, ILB, Lindenwood

198.San Francisco 49ers(2-14)(from Baltimore)-Zane Gonzalez, K, Arizona State

199.Minnesota Vikings(8-8)-Charles Walker, DT, Oklahoma

200.New England Patriots (17-2)from Indianapolis)-Eric Saubert, TE, Drake

201.Washington Redskins(8-7-1)-C.J. Beathard, QB, Iowa

202.San Francisco 49ers (from Denver Broncos)-Brandon Wilson, CB, Houston

203.Denver Broncos(9-7)(from Tennessee)-Elijah McGuire, RB, UL Lafayette

204.Tampa Bay Bucs(9-7)-Andrew Eide, OT, BYU

205.Detroit Lions(9-8)-Samson Ebukam, OLB, Eastern Washington

206.L.A. Rams(4-12)-(from Miami)-Channing Stribling, CB, Michigan

207.NY Giants(11-6)-Michael Roberts, TE, Toledo

208.Oakland Raiders(12-5)-Tanner Vallejo, ILB, Boise State

209.Washington Redskins(8-7-1)(from Houston)-Sam Rogers, FB, Virginia Tech

210.Seattle Seahawks(11-6-1)-Isaiah McKenzie, WR, Georgia

.K.C. Chiefs(12-5)-(forfeit pick)-no pick

211.Dallas Cowboys(13-4)-T.J. Logan, RB, North Carolina

212.Green Bay Packers(12-7-)-Corey Clement, RB, Wisconsin

213.Pittsburgh Steelers(13-6)-Damien Mama, OG, USC

214.Tennessee Titans(9-7)(from Atlanta)-Erik Austell, OG, Charleston Southern

215.Detroit Lions(9-8)(from New England)-Tarik Cohen, RB, North Carolina A&T

216c.K.C. Chiefs(12-5)-Aarion Penton, CB, Mizzou

217c.Cinci Bengals(6-9-1)-Ejuan Price, OLB, Pittsburgh

 

 

If Today Was the NFL Draft 2017: Rd 5

145.Cleveland Browns(1-15)-Jamaal Williams, RB, BYU

146.San Francisco 49ers(2-14)-Jonnu Smith, TE, FIU

147.Chicago Bears(3-13-Josh Dobbs, QB, Tennessee

148.Jacksonville Jags(3-13)-Corn Elder, CB, Miami (FL)

149.L.A. Rams(4-12)-Deatrich Wise Jr., DE, Arkansas

150.NY Jets(5-11)-Delano Hill, FS, Michigan

151.L.A. Chargers(5-11)-Bucky Hodges, TE, Virginia Tech

152.Carolina Panthers(6-10)-Erik Magnuson, OT, Michigan

153.Cinci Bengals(6-9-1)-Tanzel Smart, DT, Tulane

154.Washington Redskins(8-7-1)(from New Orleans)-Dauane Smoot, DE, Illinois

155.Philadelphia Eagles(7-9)-Ben Gedeon, ILB, Michigan

156.Buffalo Bills(7-9)-Brian Hill, RB, Wyoming

157.Arizona Cardinals(7-8-1)-Jeremy Sprinkle, TE, Arkansas

158.Indianapolis Colts(8-8)-Brian Allen, CB, Utah

159.Baltimore Ravens(8-8)-Mack Hollins, WR, North Carolina

160.Minnesota Vikings(8-8)-Jordan Evans, OLB, Oklahoma

161.San Francisco 49ers (2-14)(from Washington)-Jarron Jones, DT, Notre Dame

162.Tampa Bay Bucs(9-7)-Jeremy McNichols, RB, Boise State

163.New England Patriots(17-2)(from Denver)-Dylan Cole, OLB, Missouri State

164.Tennessee Titans(9-7)-Erik Magnuson, OT, Michigan

165.Detroit Lions(9-8)-Cole Hikutini, TE, Louisville

166.Miami Dolphins(10-7)-Joe Mathis, DE, Washington

167.NY Giants(11-6)–Marquel Lee, ILB/OLB, Wake Forest

168.Oakland Raiders(12-5)-Donnel Pumphrey, RB, San Diego State

169.Houston Texans(10-8)-Blair Brown, ILB, Ohio

Seattle Seahawks(11-6-1)-(forfeit pick)-no pick

170.K.C. Chiefs(12-5)-Sean Harlow, OG, Oregon State

171.Buffalo Bills(7-9)(from Dallas)-Jermaine Eluemunor, OG, TX A&M

172.Green Bay Packers(12-7-Sam Tevi, OT, Utah

173.Pittsburgh Steelers(13-6)-James Conner, RB, Pittsburgh

174.Atlanta Falcons(13-6)-KD Cannon, WR, Baylor

175.Cleveland Browns(1-15)(from New England)-Jeremiah Ledbetter, DT, Arkansas

176c.Cinci Bengals(6-9-1)-John Johnson, FS, Boston College

177c.Denver Broncos(9-7)-Hunter Dimick, DE, Utah

178c.Miami Dolphins(10-7)-Rayshawn Jenkins, FS, Miami (FL)

179c.Arizona Cardinals(7-8-1)-Isaiah Ford, WR, Virginia Tech

180c.K.C. Chiefs(12-5)-Malachi Dupre, WR, LSU

181c.Cleveland Browns(1-15)-Damontae Kazee, CB, San Diego State

182c.Green Bay Packers(12-7)-Jadar Johnson, SS, Clemson

183c.New England Patriots(17-2)-Kenny Golladay, WR, NIU

184c.Miami Dolphins(10-7)-Grover Stewart, DT, Albany State