I have been lookikng at a couple sites but have not found anything. Does anyone know if any other Michigan seniors besides Cam Gordon has signed with an NFL team as an undrafted free agent?
Q Washington to Oakland, Fitz to BAL.
The clearly titled first thread you list is still on the front page. Also, I believe all three players posted above were not signed as undrafted free agents. They, along with Jibreel Black, received invitations to camp, which means it's a try-out. A big difference to the players. [Thomas Gordon, posted below, was signed as a UDFA, along with Marvin Robinson-- see info in another title still visible.]
Signing just means you are exclusive and they pay you 3-5K. Trying out with the team is very similar AFAIK
be bothered to provide were a couple of links. Forget the fact that one was on this very blog and the other appears to be maintained/updated as the information changes. How uncaring of me.
For those who don't want to click, here's the abridged version:
Have to admit a grin crossed my face when reading that Jareth Glanda got a camp invite from the Saints. If he makes the team, he'll get to play in the Superdome, site of his most memorable play as a Wolverine -- his first-down catch on the bizarre broken-play fake field goal in the Sugar Bowl. Usually you never want to hear your long-snapper's name b/c it means something has gone horribly wrong; Glanda was solid so we never heard his name except once, and it was for something good! Good luck to him, and all the guys trying to make it in the League.
Thomas Gordon to NY Gigantes.
I believe Cam went to the Patriots
Multiple people congratulating him.
An LSA student with good grades, Cam is a perfect fit for Belichick's world. Not hard to see him making the practice squad, at least.
Note that Sam McGuffie is signed to the Patriots' practice squad for this year:
to the Steelers.
Jarreth Glanda (LS) - Saints
Marvin Robinson (transfer) - Cowboys
Seems like every decent college starter is picked up as an UDFA. Do NFL teams generally scoop up whoever they can just in case there's a diamond in the rough out there? Because generally it seems none of these guys stick for too long
and training camp bodies. Occasionally you find guys that can play like Detroit did last year with Waddle and Fauria. Many times guys slip due to injury concerns or off the field issues (Vontaze Burfict) that you can bring in at zero guaranteed financial obligation.
Teams can sign like 90? players for training camp and then there are progressive cuts through the preseason games. so yeah they basically scoop up most solid players from the bigger name schools especially. final roster is only 53 players with 8? practice squad guys so most get cut but they at least get some money maybe get a chance to play in one of the first two preaseason games and get something more on tape to help them out. You never know when you'll get the next victor cruz or somebody like that to flash in a preseason game