Former Tigers Find Homes
Sheldon Richardson and Zavier Gooden heard their names called in the 2013 NFL Draft. They weren’t the only former Tigers to find homes.Six former Tigers, as well as another former Tiger who transfered, have gotten UDFA contracts or invites to minicamps beginning in May.
Dave Matter of the St. Louis Post Dispatch reported Brad Madison had signed with the Kansas City Chiefs as a DE, with a chance to be their long snapper. He’ll be the third Tiger on the Cheifs’ roster, joining QB Chase Daniel and TE Martin Rucker.
Matter also reported Saturday that the New England Patriots have singed both TJ Moe and Elvis Fisher to UDFA contracts.
Matter confirmed Kendial Lawrence, who grew up in Rockdale, TX, has singed with the Dallas Cowboys.
ABC 17’s Tyler Fulghum reported the Buffalo Bills had come to terms with CB Kip Edwards, who will be the second Tiger on the Bills’ roster, joining former QB and current WR Brad Smith.
Kenronte Walker will get his NFL shot with the Cleveland Browns after the two agreed to a UDFA deal Saturday, according to CSS’ Ashley Zavala.
Zavala also reported that punter Trey Barrow recieved a mnicamp invitation from the Chiefs Saturday.
Also, Former Tiger (first Missouri, then Memphis) Robert Steeples agreed to a UDFA deal with the St. Louis Rams, according to Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post Dispatch.
Stay with KTGR and KTGR.com for any updates to this growing list.
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