Tag Archives: AFC West

2018 NFL UDFA Tracker: NFC/AFC West

Los Angeles Rams-Chucky Williams, S, Louisville, Steven Parker, S, Oklahoma, Luis Perez, QB, TX A&M Commerce, Tegray Scales, LB, Indiana, McKay Murphy, DT, Wever State, Codey McElroy, TE, Oklahoma State, Afolabi Laguda, S, Colorado, Dalton Keene, DL, Illinois State, and Steven Mitchell, WR, USC.

San Francisco-Emmanuel Mosely, CB, Tennessee, Steven Dunbar, WR, Houston, Jeff Wilson, RB, North TX, Corey Griffin, S, Georgia Tech, Najee Toran, OL, UCLA, Terrell Williams, S, Houston, Travarus McFadden, CB, Florida State, Ross Dwelley, TE, San Diego, Alan Knott, C, South Carolina, Jamar McGloster, OT, Syracuse, Jack Heneghan,QB, Dartmouth, Coleman Shelton, OL, Washington, and Niles Scott, DT, Frostburg State.

Seattle-Marcus Martin, FB, Slippery Rock, Emmanuel Beal, LB, Oklahoma, Poona Ford, DT, Texas, Marcell Frazier, DE, Mizzou, Skyler Philips, OL, Idaho State, Jason Hall, S, Texas, Tanner Carew, LS, Oregon, Eddy Wilson, DT, Purdue, John Franklin III, WR, FAU, Brad Lundblade, C, Oklahoma State, Chris Hawkins, S, USC, Albert Havili, DL, Eastern Washington, Jacob Pugh, LB, Florida State, Caleb Scott, WR, Vanderbilt, Troy Williams, QB, Utah, Jake Ohnesorge, C, South Dakota State, Taj Williams, WR, TCU, Viane Talamaivao, OL, USC, and Ka’Raun White, WR, WVU.

Arizona-Alec Bloom, TE, UConn, Chad Kanoff, QB, Princeton, Owen Obasuyi, DT, Hampton, Brant Weiss, OL, Toledo, Alec James, DE, Wisconsin, Will House, OL, Southern Nazarene, Elijah Battle, CB, West Virginia, Matt McCrane, K, Kansas State, Mike Needham, LB, Southern Utah, Dennis Gardeck, LB, Sioux Falls, Austin Olsen, OT, SIU, Frank Ginda, LB, San Jose State, Corey Willis,WR, Central Michigan, A.J. Howard, S, Appi State, Matthew Oplinger, LB, Yale, Jonathan Owens, S, Missouri Western, Deatrick Nichols, CB, USF, Austin Ramesh, FB, Wisconsin, Zeke Turner, S, Washington, Trent Sherfield, WR, Vanderbilt, Jalen Tolliver, WR, Arkansas at Monticello, Jonah Trinnaman, WR, BYU, Andrew Vollert, TE, Weber State, and Tavierre Thomas, CB, Ferris State.

Los Angeles Chargers-Nic Shimonek, QB, Texas Tech, BJ Clay, CB, Georgia State, JJ Jones, WR, West Georgia, Tony Brown, CB, Alabama, Anthony Manzo-Lewis, FB, Albany, Kent Shelby, WR, McNeese State, Chris Durant, OT, William & Mary, Shane Tripucka, P, Texas A&M, Brandon Facyson, CB, Virginia Tech, Zachary Crabtree, OT, Oklahoma State, Cole Hunt, TE, TCU, Albert Havili, DE, Eastern Washington, Ben Johnson, TE, Kansas, Trent Scott, OL, Grambling, Tevin Lawson, DE, Nicholls State, Bijhon Jackson, DT, Arkansas, D’Juan Hines, LB, Houston, Marcus Edmond, CB, Clemson, Zach Golditch, G, Colorado State, Detrez Newsome, RB, Western Carolina, and Steven Richardson, DT, Minnesota.

Oakland-Eddy Piniero, K, Florida, Marcus Baugh, TE, Ohio State, Nick Sharga, FB, Temple, Brandon Hodges, OL, Pitt, Nick Washington, DB, Florida, Kishawn McClain, S, North Texas, Jason Cabinda, LB, Penn State, Alex Officer, G, Pitt, Saeed Blacknall, WR, Penn State, and Jamarcus King, CB, South Carolina

Kansas City-Elliott Berry, LB, Tennessee, Blake Mack, FB, Arkansas State, Darrel Williams, RB, LSU, Byron Fields, CB, Duke, J.D. Moore, FB, LSU, Ben Niemann, LB, Iowa, Chase Litton, QB, Marshall, Dante Sawyer, DL, South Carolina, Davion Liner, DT, Arkansas State, D’Montre Wade, CB, Murray State, Ryan Hunter, OL, Bowling Green, Elijah Marks, WR, Northern Arizona, Jimmy Murray, OL, Holy Cross, and Byron Pringle, WR, Kansas State.

Denver-Jimmy Williams, WR, ECU, Jeff Holland, OLB, Auburn, Phillip Lindsay, RB, Colorado, Trey Marshall, DB, Florida State, Leon Johnson, OT, Temple, John Diarse, WR, TCU, Austin Schlottmann, G, TCU, and Lowell Lotulelei, DT, Utah.


Undrafted FA Tracker: AFC and NFC South

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*

Atlanta Falcons-Robert Left, OT, Auburn, Deron Wahington, S, Pittsburgh State, Quincy Mauger, S, Georgia, Travis Averill, OL, Boise State, Alex Torgersen, QB, Penn, Marcelis Branch, DB, Robert Morris, Chris Odom, DE, Arkansas State, Jermaine Grace, LB, Miami(FL), JT Jones, DE, Miami(OH), Andreas Knappe, OT, UConn.

Carolina Panthers-Fred Ross, WR, Mississippi State, Robert Barber, DL, Washington State, Ben Boulware, ILB, Clemson, Bryan Cox Jr., DE, Florida.

Tampa Bay Bucs-Tomas Sperbeck, WR, Boise State, Anthony Auclair, TE, Laval, Greg Mabin CB, Iowa, Sefo Liufau, QB, Colorado, Paul Magloire, S, Arizona, Richie Brown, LB, Mississippi State, Riley Bullough, ILB, Michigan, Christian Kuntz, LB, Duquense.

New Orleans Saints-Cameron Tom, OC, Southern Miss, Travin Dural, WR, LSU, Art Maulet, CB, Memphis, Sae Tautu, LB, BYU, Colin Buchanon, OL, Miami(OH), Ahmad Fulwood, WR, Florida, Cameron Lee, OG, Illinois State, Andew Lauerdale, OT, New Hampshire, Devaroe Lawrence, DT, Auburn.

Tennessee Titans-Tyler Ferguson, QB, Western KY, Jonah Pirsig, OT, Minnesota, Akeem Judd, RB, Ole Miss, John Green, WR, UConn, Denzel Johnson, S, TCU, KeVonn Mabon, WR, Ball State, DeAngelo Brown, DT, Louisville, Bra’lon Cherry, WR, NC State.

Houston Texans-Malik Smith, CB, San Diego State, Eli Ankou, DT, UCLA, Deante’Gray, WR, TCU, Jake Simonich, OL, Utah State, Zach Conque, TE, Stephen F. Austin, Daniel Ross, DL, Northeast Mississippi, T.J. Daniel, DE, Oregon, Justin Hardeee, WR, Illinois, Dare Ogunbowale, RB, Wisconsin, Matt Godin, LB, Michigan, Dayon Pratt, LB, ECU.

Indianapolis Colts-Philip Walker, QB, Temple, Darrell Daniels, TE, Washington, Colin Jeter, TE, LSU, Jhaustin Thomas, DE, Iowa State, Krishawn Hogan, WR, Marian, Brandon Radcliff, RB, Louisville, Bug Howard, WR, North Carolina.

Jacksonville Jags-Kenny Walker, WR, UCLA, Jeremy Cutrer, CB, MTSU, Justin Horton, OLB, Jacksonville, Hunter Dimick, DE, Utah, Amba Etta-Tawo, WR, Syracuse.

KC’s 2-0 Stat Goes Fumbling Away

The Chiefs faced off in a matchup with the Denver Broncos tonight at Arrowhead Stadium, and it didn’t end with a bang… KC started off with a 78 yard drive that ended with RB Jamal Charles scoring a TD on a 34 yard run; on the next drive, KC took a 14-0 lead after KC DB Marcus Peters intercepted a pass by Peyton Manning and took it 55 yards for the score. The Broncos would soon get back in the game after a 16 yard pass from Manning to his favorite 3rd down receiver, Emmanuel Sanders. After a fumble by Jamal Charles, Manning found TE Virgil Green in the back of the end zone for a 1 yard TD. At the half, the game was tied at 14 even. During the 3rd quarter, KC took an eventual lead after K Cairo Santos kicked a 35 yard field goal; the Broncos would also capitalize on a 54 yard field goal by K Brandon McManus. Tied at 17, the Chiefs took the lead late in the 4th quarter (with 2:27 to go) after RB Knile Davis found the end zone off an 8 yard carry. It’s 24-17 KC with under 2:30 left. Can the Broncos make a comeback and maybe force the game into OT? Peyton Manning and crew went to work at the 20 yard line. After throwing multiple incomplete passes and converting on 3rd down’s and multiple pass interferences not called or upheld, Manning found his favorite target on 3rd down (yes, Emmanuel Sanders) for 19 yards and a TD with 36 seconds left in regulation. The game is tied again. The Chiefs get the ball back in the hopes of scoring and not going to OT. What happens again? Jamal Charles loses the ball again, which is picked up by Broncos CB Bradley Roby, and returned 21 yards for a TD. When asked about the fumble return for a TD, Roby Said,  “God was on my side; I was lucky!”. Sadly for KC, Peyton Manning picked up his 9th straight win over the Cheifs, and the Broncos are 13-0 on the road. For Jamal Charles, it is the second time in his career (since a 2012 game vs San Diego) that he has had 2 fumbles in one game (according to ESPN.go.com). And with that, KC’s 2-0 start went rolling away…

Peyton Manning Helping Out Families Affected by Chattanooga Shooting

Normally I wouldn’t start out with a narrative, but this time I making it an exception. Never in my life would I thought I’d ever see Chattanooga on national TV for something such as gruesome as an idiot shooting and killing 5 Military officers and wounding a policeman. I can remember seeing an alert on Chatt State’s Facebook page about a shooting in the area had put the school on lockdown. Never in my right mind would I have thought it was at the Naval Center where I used to get my own Military I.D. renewed. 4 brave men lost their lives at that center and my dad had a friend who worked there, but luckily it was his off day and was not killed or injured in the shooting. Never did I know that a tragedy like this would happen in my town, and to have someone start a foundation to the families affected is pretty awesome! Peyton Manning announced, Thursday, that he would be starting the Chattanooga Heroes Fund; the fund offers financial support to families of those who lost a loved one or wounded in the tragedy. For more information on this story, visit the link to 24/7 sports. Manning did visit Chattanooga after the tragedy. The last thing I want to say is #ChattanoogaStrong. You can attack our city, you can attack our recruiting centers, but you WILL NOT BRING US DOWN!

Forbes Releases List of 50 Most Valuable Sports Franchises

Today Forbes released its annual 50 Most Valuable Franchises list, and unsurprisingly 20 of 32 NFL teams made the list (8 of which were in the top 20). Here is the list of NFL teams who made the list according to 24/7 Sports:

2) Dallas Cowboys: $3.2 Billion
T6) New England Patriots: $2.6 Billion
T9) Washington Redskins: $2.4 Billion
T12) New York Giants: $2.1 Billion
16) Houston Texans: $1.85 Billion
T17) New York Jets: $1.8 Billion
19) Philadelphia Eagles: $1.75 Billion
T20) Chicago Bears: $1.7 Billion
T22) San Francisco 49ers: $1.6 Billion
T24) Baltimore Ravens: $1.5 Billion
26) Denver Broncos: $1.45 Billion
T27) Indianapolis Colts: $1.4 Billion
T29) Green Bay Packers: $1.38 Billion
T32) Pittsburgh Steelers: $1.35 Billion
35) Seattle Seahawks: $1.33 Billion
T37) Miami Dolphins: $1.3 Billion
T42) Carolina Panthers: $1.25 Billion
45) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: $1.23 Billion
48) Tennessee Titans: $1.16 Billion
T49) Minnesota Vikings: $1.15 Billion

What is probably the most surprising rank? Number 1 on the list was Real Madrid worth $3.26 billion. The NY Yanks were tied for second with Dallas as being worth $3.2 billion. Barcelona ($3.16 billion and Manchester United ($3.1 billion) wrap up the top 5. If anyone is interested in seeing the entire Forbes list, please visit this link.

Breaking: Broncos 3rd Round Pick Suffers Torn ACL in Practice

Breaking news out of Denver: 3rd round pick TE Jeff Heuerman suffers a torn ACL in rookie minicamp. During a special teams drill, Heuerman was running full speed down the field and made a cut when his knee gave way; he was carted off the field. This is the second rookie to suffer an ACL injury in 24 hours as Jaguars DE/LB Daunte Fowler Jr. also suffered a torn ACL in yesterday’s rookie minicamp. Head coach of the Broncos, Gary Kubiak, issued a statement following the injury: “I feel terrible for Jeff and this is a very unfortunate situation. Jeff was going to be a bif part of our team this year, and he is still going to be a big part of our team and organization in the near future. He’ll get well and be with us as part of this team throughout his rehabilitation.” Heuerman was drafted number 92 overall in the 3rd round out of Ohio State. With a lot of depth at TE, one wonders who will step up and make an impact this season?

The Draft is Over: Undrafted Free Agent Signing Tracker: The AFC North and AFC West

Here is the UFA signings of the AFC North :

Cleveland Browns- I want to begin on a special note: *special note for Tennessee Fans”: Justin Worely, QB, Tennessee: Justin Worley hasn’t been officially signed yet, but he was invited to a mini camp for the Cleveland Browns. Anyway, here are the UFA’s that Cleveland signed: Northern Illinois OT Tyler Loos, USF K Marvin Kloss, Tennessee State CB De’ante Saunders, Old Dominion LS Rick Lavato, Oregon State DE Dylan Wynn, Northwestern WR, Kyle Prater, LSU C Elliot Porter, Kansas S Cassius Sendish, UNLV CB Kenneth Penny, Texas Tech LB V.J. Fehoko, South Carolina WR Nick Jones, Miles College CB Travis Lee, Iowa WR Kevonte Martin-Manley, Kentucky OT Darrian Miller, and Arizona State TE De’Marieya Nelson.

Baltimore Ravens: Ohio State OT Darryl Baldwin, Colorado State-Pueblo DE Darius Allen, Oklahoma CB Julian Wilson, USC S Gerald Bowman, Michigan LB Brennen Brewer, BYU OL De’Ondre Wesley, Sacramento State WR Deandre Carter, Northern Colorado DT Lexington Smith, Mississippi State OT Blaine Clausell, San Jose State OL David Peterson, Alabama LB Trey DePreist, Alabama S Nick Perry, Harvard OL Nick Easton, Iowa State LB Cory Morissey, Rutgers OL Kaleb Johnson, Louisiana-Monroe K Justin Manton, Troy OL Terrence Jones, LSU RB Terrence Magee, and Prairie View A&M QB Jerry Lovelocke. *special note* Former TN and EKY FB/LB Channing Fugate was invited to attend the Baltimore Ravens mini camp.

Cincinnati Bengals: Washington WR Kasen Williams, UT-Martin LB Tony Bell, Miami QB Ryan Williams, Iowa RB Mark Weisman, UW-Whitewater WR Jake Kumerow, EKY TE Matt Lengel, Louisville C/G Jake Smith, Texas A&M Safety Floyd Raven, Nebraska LB Trevor Roach, Asuza Pacific RB Terrell Watson, Memphis WR Joe Craig, Clemson DT DeShawn Williams, Youngstown CB Troy Hill, Concordia-St. Paul, K Tom Obarski, Duke DL Dezmond Johnson, and Marshall C Chris Jasperse.

Pittsburgh Steelers: Utah State OT Kevin Whimpey, Texas A&M TE Cameron Clear, Lafayette RB Ross Scheuerman, Saint Augustine’s DT Nigel Crawford-Kinney, Liberty DE Dominique Davis, Louisville WR Eli Rogers, Penn State C Miles Dieffenbauch, Kansas State C B.J. Finney, Illinois State DE Brandon Prate, Boston College QB Tyler Murphy, Auburn G Reese Dismukes, Indiana G Collin Rahrig.

Here are the UFA signings of the AFC West:

Denver Broncos:Clemson DL Josh Watson, Nebraska LB Zaire Anderson, Boise State WR Matt Miller, Rice WR Jordan Taylor, Mississippi State C Dillon Day, Nevada OL Kyle Roberts, Clemson OL Kalon Davis, Wyoming OL Connor Rains, Oklahoma NT Chuka Ndulue, and Auburn CB Trevon Reed.

Kansas City Chiefs:Utah TE Westlee Tonga, Pittsburgh State CB Devante Bausby, UT-Martin OT Charles Sweeton, Gardner-Webb WR Kenny Cook,  Northwest Missouri State CB Travis Manning, Mississippi State CB Justin Cox, Vanderbilt LS Andrew East, Akron LB Justin March, Iowa State DL David Irving, Pitt TE Manasseh Garner, Harding WR Donatella Luckett, Texas A&M Commerce DL Charles Taamu.

Oakland Raiders: Purdue TE Gabe Holmes, Nevada QB Cody Fajardo, La Tech OL Mitchell Bell, UNLV LB Josh Shirley, Utah LB Jacoby Hale, BYU CB Daniel Robertson, Northwestern LB Jimmy Hall, Fresno State WR Josh Harper, Florida DT Leon Orr, Miami (Ohio) QB Andrew Hendrix, La Tech DB Terell Pinson,

San Diego Chargers: Arkansas WR Demetrious Wilson, Clemson QB Cole Stoudt, Western Oregon WR Tyrell Williams, Northwestern LB Chi Chi Ariguzo. Boston College CB Manuel Asprilla, Albany TE Brian Parker, Mississippi State G Ben Beckworth, West Virginia RB Dreamius Smith, Minnesota DE Cameron Botticelli, Kansas State LB Ryan Mueller, Iowa S Johnny Lowdermilk, Cincinnati OT Tyreek Burell, Western KY OT Cameron Clemmons, Central Michigan WR Titus Davis, Ball State RB Jahwan Edwards, Cal-Poly SLO LB Nick Dzubnar, Marshall TE Eric Frohnapfel, Ohio State LB Curtis Grant, Texas A&M K Josh Lambo, Sacred Heart DB Gordon Hill, Nevada LB Brock Hekking.

Look for my next UFA post with UFA signings from the NFC South and NFC West. Happy reading!