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What Wolverines are left in the NFL
David Baas and Jon Goodwin are still starting, I believe.
Pierre Woods and Alan Branch might still be active.
I'm like 90% sure I saw Branch playing last week.
David Baas is still going strong. I feel like at least one more lineman that you missed too.
I know that Mario Manningham is still with the 49ers but on the PUP list since he is still working through the recovery from an ACL/PCL tear, so he's out at least six weeks.
Per NBCSports, Brandon Graham is one of three OLBs left on the Eagles 53-man roster, so he's still active as well.
Stevie Brown is still in the league though he's out for the season.
To be fair at least a few of the guys you mention will likely end up on another team this season - Zoltan and Breaston strike me as the most likely.
Kenny Demens made the roster cuts
should I say survived the roster cuts, and for the Arizona Cardinals
Good for him. I always liked him at UM.
On the Titans as well
I guess you could say Mike Cox. We did have him for four years. But maybe not. Is mouton still on the chargers? Leon Hall is an obvious one. Jonathon Goodwin.
As for others we had, however briefly, Mallett's still on the Pats and Ryan Mundy is on the Giants-- he was actually Stevie Brown's back-up in preseason after coming over from Pittsburgh. [Toney Clemons, for those who were following, was cut from the Jaguars after being on Pittsburgh's practice squad a season or so ago.]
David Baas is injured, but not on IR.
Wolverines currently on an NFL roster (edit: Now with senior season/year drafted):
- Jason Avant (2005)
- David Baas (2004)
- Tom Brady (1999)
- Alan Branch (2006)
- Stevie Brown (2009)
- Will Campbell (2012)
- Kenny Demens (2012)
- Jay Feely (1998)
- Larry Foote (2001)
- Jonathan Goodwin (2001)
- Brandon Graham (2009)
- Leon Hall (2006)
- David Harris (2006)
- Junior Hemingway (2011)
- Chad Henne (2007)
- Jake Long (2007)
- Mario Manningham (2007)
- Mike Martin(2011)
- Denard Robinson (2012)
- LaMarr Woodley (2006)
- Charles Woodson (1997)
A couple that I'm not sure about are Tim Jamison and Jonas Mouton. Both guys are hurt but not sure if they were cut or put on PUP or what. So that's 21 guys, most of whom are older players. That's quite a bit less than the numbers Michigan used to have.
Tim Jamison is 2nd string DE for the Texans behing JJ Watt. I went to the 3rd preseason game this year against the Saints and he was starting (Watt sat due to injury) and playing pretty well.
1. Jason Avant 2. David Baas 3. Tom Brady 4. Alan Branch 5. Stevie Brown 6. Will Campbell 7. Kenny Demens 8. Jay Feely 9. Larry Foote 10. Jonathan Goodwin 11. Brandon Graham 12. Leon Hall 13. David Harris 14. Junior Hemingway 15. Chad Henne 16. Tim Jamison 17. Jake Long 18. Mario Manningham 19. Mike Martin 20. Jonas Mouton 21. Denard Robinson 22. Lamarr Woodley 23. Charles Woodson
Elliott Mealer cut by the Saints.
What is the point of this post? Just go to NFL.com and look up players by university.
Are you trying to make some bigger point or just start a discussion? Because your question could be easily answered on your own.
You clearly have a lot of time on your hands now that you're retired from hockey.
Relax man, its the fucking Internet.
It's definitely fewer than in the past, but I expect we'll see that number tick up going forward. I'm going to bypass any controversial statements beyond that.
He made the Jags of course.
He looked pretty good in the last preseason game, playing extended time with the back-ups. The Jets took him as a project, knowing his position change, so I expected he'd at least be put on the practice squad. Great to see they saw enough to put him on the roster.
Demens was released from the Cardinals. Really hope he gets picked up.