Now 34, Whitehurst has been an entertaining NFL presence, but never actually been good at football.
He averaged 5.5 yards per rushing attempt and tacked on 44 rushing scores.Fajardo is smart (31 Wonderlic) and a legitimate scrambling threat with 4.63 speed, but offers sub-par arm strength and accuracy, and doesn't react well under duress. Carden (6'2/218) was named the American Conference's Offensive POY by the league's coaches as a senior after completing 66.6 percent of his collegiate passes with an TD-to-INT ratio.A scrambling threat at ECU, Carden added 24 rushing TDs, but has 4.94 speed and isn't a true dual threat.The 25-year-old is hoping to make the team as a gadget player in the mold of Tavon Austin or Percy Harvin.He scored 15 touchdowns in his senior year at University of the Cumberlands, logging eight receiving touchdowns, three rushing scores and four return touchdowns (three kickoffs, one punt return).He'll need to carve out a role on special teams to have any hope of sticking on the 53-man roster. "There was a learning curve for him, but he's another guy who's really dedicated to learning and making some strides.
The speed, you can't teach that." Williams was a track star in college and timed an official 4.32 forty leading up to the draft.
Now he's a distant fourth on the Packers' depth chart behind Blanchard, a former undrafted free agent who has yet to appear in an NFL game. He's merely a depth signing and probably won't make it out of camp. Trainor went undrafted out of West Georgia in 2015.
That gives the Bills a fourth quarterback behind Tyrod Taylor, E. He tried out for the Bills and Raiders last offseason but never earned a roster spot.
Mc Gloin is in danger of falling out of the league less than two years after the Raiders tendered him at the second-round level as a restricted free agent.
The Ticats came away convinced Manziel isn't ready to return to football, physically or mentally. Wanting to see if Manziel was ready to dedicate himself to football and become a face of the franchise, the Ticats came away with "a resounding no" to answer those questions.
The second-year UDFA out of South Carolina completed 24-of-40 passes for 277 yards and a 2:2 TD: INT ratio last preseason.