Hurricane Warriors

NFL U Update
May 16, 2020
by Casino

Spring/Summer 2020 Covid-19 Update: At the U, Spring Practice was suspended and on-campus classes were ended, but UM Head Coach Manny Diaz said yesterday (Friday) that he expects a college football season this calendar year. Hurricane Players rehabbing from injuries will be allowed to return to campus this coming week with TE Brevin Jordan, G Navaughn Donaldson, incoming freshman RB Don Chaney Jr. and LBs Sam Brooks Jr. & Waynmon Steed among those expected. However, each State and each Campus is reopening at its own pace and with different guidelines. While the NBA’s Miami Heat and Orlando Magic have already resumed practice, the ACC will have to work within the public health requirements of each City and State to determine how to move forward with college football training camps.

In the NFL, there won’t be rookie mini-camps or OTAs this year, meaning there won’t be any undrafted free-agent tryouts conducted at rookie mini-camps. Along with the cancellation of most on-campus Pro Days – Miami’s Pro Day was scheduled for April 1st, but it turned out to be a cruel April Fool’s Day Joke when it was cancelled due to the pandemic – the lack of mini-camp tryouts left prospects who were on the edge without a lot of hope. “I want [scouts] to see what I’m capable of. I want them to see my speed. My agility. See my flexibility. See that a big guy can move. I’d love for them to have seen that,” safety Robert Knowles, who started nine of Miami’s 13 games and had a career-high 43 tackles and broke up a career-best five passes, told Hurricane Sports on Apr. 1st. “Now, it’s just kind of hard. It has you thinking a lot. I’m trying to figure out what’s next, too.” His concerns proved prophetic. Uninvited to the NFL Combine, Knowles went undrafted and hasn’t yet been offered a rookie free agent contract or even gotten a tryout. Considering that CBS predicted Knowles’ draft status would probably be High: FA, Low: Tryout, one wonders if players like Knowles, DT Pat Bethel, and offensive linemen Joe Brown or Tommy Kennedy were possibly cheated out of a shot at the pros by the virus. [Unsigned LB Michael Pinckney passed on FA offers to continue rehabbing and hopefully maximize his NFL opportunities later this summer.] The NFL’s replacement “classroom instruction, workouts, and non-football educational programs through Skype, or any other platform, on a ‘virtual’ basis” ended yesterday (May 15th). All teams will now be given the option to conduct voluntary veteran mini-camps “virtually between May 18 and June 26, 2020.” Teams have been able to send players exercise equipment and technology, but until all 32 NFL teams are cleared to return, the NFL’s off-season will continue remotely. The NFL plans to begin its season in September as usual, but with games scheduled to take place overseas being moved back to the U.S.A.

The CFL was scheduled to start June 11th, but the league has put off its decision of if, and when, it opens until July. The league might follow in the footsteps of what the NHL is considering: trying to hold games in one or more “hub cities.” The currently favored proposal would select two cities, one for each division, to play CFL games. Fans would almost certainly not be admitted into stadiums due to the pandemic. On Apr. 29th, the CFL asked the Canadian government for up to $150 million (Canadian) of relief funds to ensure its survival; however, a number of MPs were dubious about a CFL bailout especially if American players received monies from any bailout. Going into his 8th season in the CFL, OL Joel Figueroa is scheduled to return to the British Columbia Lions in 2020, while OL Justin Renfrow moves from the B.C. Lions to the Edmonton Eskimos and recent UM grad CB Jhavonte Dean moves from the Saskatchewan Roughriders’ PS to the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. ProCanes RB Trayone “Choc” Gray and QB Vincent Testaverde Jr. were also scheduled to be in CFL training camps, with the Toronto Argonauts and British Columbia Lions, respectively. On May 7th, CFL Commissioner Randy Ambrosie spoke to a Canadian House of Commons Committee explaining that the financial viability of the league has been compromised, and its future is certainly now in question.

Last spring, the Alliance of American Football (AAF) filed for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy — which involves the liquidation of assets — while this spring, the XFL filed for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy — which involves a reorganization. While a Chapter 11 filing can be converted to a Chapter 7 liquidation (equipment, merchandise, and any other property owned by the league sold to pay off creditors like the nearly $300,000 owed to the University of Houston), the XFL hopes to sell the entire entity intact by July 15th. However, just because the league has a plan to sell by mid-July, doesn’t mean they will find a buyer. Out of a job because the virus halted their XFL season were ProCanes HC Winston Moss (Los Angeles Wildcats), LB Thurston Armbrister & DB Herb Waters (both of the Tampa Bay Vipers), P Justin Vogel (New York Guardians), FB Marquez Williams (Houston Roughnecks), OL Malcolm Bunche (DC Defenders), and LB Gionni Paul, OL Venzell Boulware & DL Anthony Moten (all with the Seattle Dragons). Bunche (see ProCanes 2019 post, “Life on the Waiver Wire”) and Paul were both on AAF and XFL payrolls only to have two spring seasons ended prematurely – talk about having a pair of horses shot out from under you! CB Ladarius Gunter (DC Defenders), WR Stacey Coley (Dallas Renegades traded to Tampa Bay Vipers), WR Tyre Brady (Seattle Dragons), and QB Vincent Testaverde (Tampa Bay Vipers) were all cut in camp. CB Jhavonte Dean and OL Tyler Gauthier (both drafted by the Seattle Dragons) didn’t sign with the XFL, going instead with the CFL and NFL, respectively, in 2020. WR Tommy Streeter, LB Arthur Brown, QB Jake Heaps, RBs Joe Yearby & Storm Johnson, OGs Brandon Washington & Jahair Jones, DTs Micanor Regis & Courtel Jenkins and LS Paul Kelly were all in the XFL Draft Pool, but went undrafted in the XFL’s two-part draft.

In existence since 2017 with 229 of its Alums having signed Pro Football Contracts (#NFL: 90; #CFL: 51; #AAF: 55 and #XFL: 33), the Spring League (TSL) is still planning its outdoor TSL Showcase to be held in Denver, Colorado on July 14-17, 2020. TSL Rosters have not yet been established at this time. In the Arena Leagues where teams rely heavily on gate and concessions revenue, it appears that the Elite Indoor League (EIL) is set to begin play in mid-May. Unfortunately, EIL team rosters are not yet available online. The National Arena League (NAL) is hoping to kick off its schedule in June with DL George Brown Jr. playing for the West Virginia Roughriders, although OL Brandon Washington (Massachusetts Pirates) and DL Tyriq McCord (Orlando Predators) are no longer listed on 2020 NAL rosters. The Champions Indoor Football (CIF) is also monitoring the situation with the pandemic and hopes to still have a product in arenas this spring season. WR Kayne Farquharson is a longtime member of the CIF’s Omaha Beef. The Texas Alliance Indoor League (rosters unavailable), the Indoor Football League (IFL), and the National Gridiron League (NGL) have all already cancelled all of their scheduled games in 2020. K Diego Marquez was on the 2020 roster of the IFL’s Green Bay Blizzard (the IFL’s Nebraska Danger where Marquez and DL Courtel Jenkins played in 2019 has since folded); while TE Standish Dobard was scheduled to return to the NGL’s Virginia Beach Destroyers in 2020 (although RB Joe Yearby is no longer listed on the NGL’s St. Louis Stampede 2020 roster).

The Arena Football League (AFL) will also not be playing this spring, or ever again for that matter, after declaring Chap. 7 Bankruptcy on Nov. 27, 2019 in a financial measure unrelated to the Coronavirus. Founded in 1987, either the original AFL, or its smaller-city developmental league the AFL2, had played a spring season every year from 1987 through 2019 — making it the third longest-running professional football league in North America after the Canadian Football League (CFL) and the National Football League (NFL). About 60 ProCanes were affiliated with the AFL and/or AFL2 over the years – beginning with UM Class of ’83 DL Eric Larkin, who was on the inaugural 1987 roster of the Chicago Bruisers (one of only 4 AFL teams in that 1st season), through UM Class of 2013 WR Kendal Thompkins, who played in his 5th AFL season in 2019 with the Washington Valor (and was one of a half-dozen ProCanes who spent time with AFL teams last spring). DB Nick Ward played nine seasons (2001-09) in the AFL and WR Magic “Mr. Af2” Benton played nine seasons in the AFL2 (2001-09, all with the Florida Firecats). RB Leonard Conley and LB/FB Basil Proctor each had eight-year careers in the AFL, while WR/RB Jason Geathers, DB/WR Bobby Byrd, and DL Eric Miller all played seven years in the AFL. Also, UM’s Fran Cursi served as HC of the AFL’s Tampa Bay Storm (1990-91) and the Cincinnati Rockers (1992).

MIAMI HURRICANES CURRENTLY IN THE NFL Currently Under Construction: Tuesday, May 26, 2020
Updated as of Dec. 24, 2019. Years as a pro includes 2019. Years attending UM in parentheses.

Arizona Cardinals

Atlanta Falcons
5 Matt Bosher 9 (2007-10), P (’18 Starter: 60 punts, 45.5 yds.) Oct. 5th Update: Placed on IR (Groin); Activated from IR Dec. 2nd; Placed on IR again Dec. 7th Not resigned by Atlanta; Currently a Free Agent
93 Allen Bailey 9 (2007-10), DE FA signed July 23, 2019
35 Jamal Carter 3 (2013-16), S/LB (Injured Reserve in ’18) Aug. 12, 2019 Update: Seeing action at LB in camp for the 1st time; Released by Broncos on Aug. 31, 2019; Signed to Atlanta’s PS on Sept. 2nd; Promoted from PS to Falcons’ active roster Sept. 24th

Baltimore Ravens
35 Gus Edwards 2 (2007-10);(2013-2016), RB (Started 6 games, 137 rushes for 718 yards and 2 TDs)
92 Gerald Willis III R (2015-18), DT (Undrafted Free Agent) Released by Ravens on Aug. 31, 2019
96 Ufomba Kamalu 4 (2013-15), DE (With Pats for 2 games, 1 tackle; also Cardinals’ PS in ‘18) Cut by New England Aug. 31st; Signed to Pats’ PS Sept. 1st; Signed off Pats’ PS by Ravens on Oct. 24th; Waived by Ravens Nov. 12th; Cleared waivers & signed to Ravens PS Nov. 14th Released Apr. 9, 2020; arrested on Domestic-related charges the next day
## Calais Campbell 12 (2005-07), DE (Pro Bowl, 10.5 sacks, 72 tackles, 2 pass def., 1 fumble recovery) On Mar. 19, 2020, the Jaguars traded Campbell to Baltimore for a 2020 5th-round pick

Buffalo Bills
76 Jon Feliciano 5 (2011-14), OG (played in 13 games with 4 starts with Raiders)
46 Jaquan Johnson R (2015-18), S (Drafted 6th Rd/181 overall)

Carolina Panthers
29 Corn Elder 3 (2013-16), CB (Played in 13 games, 3 tackles) Cut on Aug. 30, 2019; Signed to N.Y.’s PS on Sept. 1, 2019; re-signed by Panthers off Giants PS on Nov. 12th

Chicago Bears
16 Pat O’Donnell 6 (2013), P (Starter, averaged 45 yards on 62 punts)
26 Deon Bush 4 (2012-15), S (played in 15 games, 8 tackles, and 1 sack)
## Jimmy Graham 10 (Bball, 2005-09; Fball 2009), TE (16 games-12 Starts, 55 catches-636 yards & 2 TDs) Green Bay Packers in 2019
## Artie Burns 4 (2012-15), CB (6 starts, 22 tackles, 1 Pass Def., 1 forced fumble, 1 safety) Pittsburgh Steelers in 2019

Cincinnati Bengals

Cleveland Browns
54 Olivier Vernon 8 (2009-11), OLB (Pro Bowl with Giants, 11 starts, 30 tackles, 7 sacks, 1 pass def.)
85 David Njoku 3 (2015-16), TE (Started 14 games, 56 catches for 639 yards and 4 TDs) Sept. 19, 2019 Update: Suffered a concussion/broken wrist in Jets game; Placed on IR Sept. 20th; Designated for Return from IR Nov. 20th; Activated from IR Dec. 7th
92 Chad Thomas 2 (2014-17), DE (On active roster for 4 games) Aug. 12, 2019 Update: Hospitalized after being carried off field strapped to a wooden backboard to immobilize movement; later released from hospital with neck sprain, now day-to-day
33 Sheldrick Redwine R (2015-18), S (Drafted 4th Rd/119 overall)
48 Jermaine Grace 3 (2013-15), LB (Active roster for 1 game with Falcons, also in Seattle) Nov. 14, 2019 Update: Waived by Atlanta; Released by Seattle Dec. 17th; Signed to Browns PS on Dec. 19th Signed reserve/futures contract with Browns on Dec. 30, 2019

Dallas Cowboys
56 Joe Jackson R (2016-18), DE (Drafted 5th Rd/165 overall)
41 Ray-Ray Armstrong 7 (2009-11), LB Released by Browns Aug. 31st; Tryout with Redskins Sept. 3rd; Signed with Saints Sept. 18th; Released by Saints Oct. 22nd; 2nd Tryout with Redskins Dec. 3rd; Signed with Dallas Dec. 24th Not resigned by Dallas; Currently a Free Agent

Denver Broncos

Detroit Lions
26 Michael Jackson Sr. R (2015-18), CB (Drafted 5th Rd/158 overall by Dallas) Released by Cowboys Aug. 31st; Re-signed to Dallas PS Sept. 1st; Signed off Dallas PS by Detroit Oct. 30th

Green Bay Packers
## Gerald Willis III R (2015-18), DT (Undrafted FA) Released by Ravens on Aug. 31, 2019; Signed to Miami’s PS on Sept. 1st; Released from Dolphins’ PS on Sept. 4th; Re-signed to Miami’s PS on Sept. 23rd; Activated from PS Nov. 20th; Placed on IR Dec. 13th Waived by Dolphins Apr. 21, 2020, claimed by Packers
## Jonathan Garvin R, DE (Drafted 7th Rd/242 overall)

Houston Texans
26 Lamar Miller 8 (2010-11), RB (Pro Bowl, 210 rushes-973 yards & 5 TDs, 25 catches-163 yards & 1 TD) Aug. 24, 2019 Update: Miller injures his knee in preseason game; Placed on IR with torn ACL Aug. 26th
27 Duke Johnson 5 (2012-14), RB Acquired from Browns for conditional Draft Pick

Indianapolis Colts
97 Al-Quadin Muhammad 3 (2013-15), DL (played in 15 games, 4 starts, 28 tackles & 1 pass def.)

Jacksonville Jaguars
65 Brandon Linder 6 (2010-13), C/G (Started 9 games)
62 KC McDermott 2 (2014-17), OL (Jaguars’ PS in ‘18) Waived/injured by Jags on Aug. 31, 2019; Cleared waivers and reverted to Jacksonville’s IR on Sept. 3rd
61 Tyler Gauthier R (2015-18), OL (Undrafted Free Agent) Waived by Pats Aug. 30, 2019; Re-signed to Patriots PS Oct. 15th; Signed by Jaguars off of New England’s PS Dec. 10th
## Shaquille Quarterman R (2016-19), LB (Drafted 4th Rd./140th ovrall)

Kansas City Chiefs

Las Vegas Raiders
93 Olsen Pierre 4 (2011-14), DE (Started 1 game, played in 9 more for Arizona in 2018, had 12 tackles) Nov. 9, 2019 Update: Waived by Giants; Signed by Raiders Dec. 11th Not re-signed by Raiders; Currently a Free Agent

Los Angeles Chargers
52 Denzel Perryman 5 (2011-14), LB (started 9 games, 51 tackles, 2 pass defends & 1 INT- 16-yd return)
25 Rayshawn Jenkins 3 (2012-16), S (played in 15 games with 1 start, 23 tackles, and ½ sack)
4 Michael Badgley 2 (2014-17), K (in 10 games was 15/16 on FGs, 27/28 on PATs, 2 tackles)
70 Tyree St. Louis R (2015-18), OL (Undrafted FA) Waived by Patriots Aug. 30th; Released from Pats’ PS Sept. 2nd; Released from Colts’ PS Sept. 19th; Signed to L.A.’s PS Oct. 2nd; Released from PS Oct. 16th; Re-signed to PS Oct. 18th; Released from PS Oct. 23rd; Re-signed to PS (again) Oct. 29th
## Romeo Finley R (2016-19), LB (Undrafted Free Agent)

Los Angeles Rams

Miami Dolphins
87 Clive Walford 5 (2011-14), TE (1 start for Jets, also with Colts in ’18) Waived by Miami Aug. 27th; Re-signed by Dolphins Oct. 30th Not resigned by Dolphins; Currently a Free Agent
75 Kendrick Norton 2 (2015-17), DT (During Dolphins’ Camp in 2019, left arm amputated in car crash) Waived by Miami March 18, 2020; Retired
17 Allen Hurns 6 (2011-13), WR FA signed July 26, 2019 after being waived by Dallas
65 Danny Isidora 2 (2012-16), OG Acquired from Vikings for 7th round pick
97 Trent Harris 2 (2014-17), DE Waived by Pats on Aug. 31st; Claimed off waivers by Miami on Sept. 1st
36 Adrian Colbert 3 (2016), DB Released by 49ers Aug. 31st; Signed to Seattle’s PS Sept. on Sept. 20th; Promoted to Seahawks roster Sept. 26th; Waived by Seattle Oct. 11th; Re-signed to PS Oct. 15th; Poached off of Seattle’s PS Nov. 19th

Minnesota Vikings
63 Danny Isidora 2 (2012-16), OG (Played in 14 games with 2 starts) Traded to Miami for 7th rounder
## K.J. Osborn R (2019), WR (Drafted 5th Rd./176th overall)

New England Patriots
## Jeff Thomas R (2017-19), WR (Undrafted Free Agent)
## Trevon Hill R (2019), DE (Undrafted Free Agent)

New Orleans Saints
## Anthony Chickillo 5 (2011-14), DE (All 16 games, 24 tackles, 2 passes defended, and 1.5 sacks) Oct. 23, 2019 Update: Placed on Commissioner’s Exempt List (Arrest for misdemeanor domestic disturbance); Activated from CEL Oct. 30th (Charges dropped) Played for Pittsburgh Steelers in 2019

New York Giants
90 RJ McIntosh 2 (2015-17), DT (Played in 6 games as Giant Rookie with 5 tackles)

New York Jets
89 Christopher Herndon 2 (2014-17), TE (12 Starts, 16 games played, 39 catches for 502 yds and 4 TDs) Received a 4-game suspension in July, will be out until at least Oct. 8th; Activated on Oct. 14th; Injured in his season debut on Nov. 10th (fractured rib); Placed on IR Nov. 12th
10 Braxton Barrios 2 (2014-17), WR (IR in ‘18) Waived by Patriots on Aug. 30, 2019; Claimed off waivers by Jets on Sept. 1st
## Frank Gore 15 (2001-04), RB (Dolphins 14-game starter, 156 rushes, 772 yds, 12 Rec., 124 yds & 1 TD) Placed on NFI (Non-football injury list) July 22, 2019; Activated from PUP/NFI on July 25th Buffalo Bills in 2019
## Lawrence Cager R (2015-18), WR (Undrafted Free Agent)

Philadelphia Eagles

Pittsburgh Steelers
## Trajan Bandy R (2017-19), CB (Undrafted Free Agent)

San Francisco 49ers
## Travis Benjamin 8 (2008-11), WR (12 rec-186 yds & 1 TD, 7 rushes-41 yds, 5 PR-16 yds, 1 KOR-17 yds) Oct. 17, 2019 Update: Placed on IR (quad) Played for Los Angeles Chargers in 2019

Seattle Seahawks
25 Travis Homer R (2016-18), RB (Drafted 6th Rd/204 overall)
## Greg Olsen 13 (2004-06), TE (Started 9 games, 27 catches for 291 yards and 4 TDs) Carolina Panthers in 2019
## Phillip Dorsett 5 (2011-14), WR (32 catches-290 yards & 3 TDs, 4 rushes-29 yards plus 1 tackle) New England Patriots in 2019
## Deejay Dallas R (2017-19), RB (Drafted 4th Rd./144th overall)

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Tennessee Titans

Washington Redskins
77 Ereck Flowers 5 (2012-14), OT (Started 7 games with Jaguars, 2 with Giants)
41 Dee Delaney 2 (2017), CB (On rosters of Jaguars & Dolphins in ‘18); In Camp with Dolphins & Jets + tryout with Chiefs in ’19; Browns Tryout Nov. 26th; Signed with Redskins Dec. 24th Released by Redskins on Mar. 23, 2020; Currently a Free Agent

NFL Free Agents:
## Seantrel Henderson 5 (2010-13), OT (1 start in ’18, then IR) Oct. 16, 2019 Update: Placed on NFI (No details given); Waived by Texans off NFI Nov. 18th; Given Tryout by Seattle Nov. 26th; Attended Tryout with Colts Dec. 9th – DNS
## Malcolm Bunche 5 (2010-13), OL (played in AAF) Aug. 5, 2019 Update: Signed by Giants as FA; Cut by N.Y. on Aug. 31, 2019; Signed to Redskins PS on Oct. 8th; Released from Washington’s PS on Oct. 11th Played in AAF & XFL
## Mark Walton 2 (2015-17), RB (14 games with Bengals, 14 carries for 34 yards & 5 catches for 41 yards) Nov. 4, 2019 Update: Suspended 4 games (Off-season arrests); Waived by Dolphins Oct. 19th (Arrested for Felony Assault of pregnant girlfriend)
## Herb Waters 4 (2012-15), CB Waived by Steelers Aug. 27, 2019; Tryout with Seattle Sept. 10th Played in XFL
## Thurston Armbrister 5 (2011-14), LB (Cut in Camp by Arizona – 2019; 1 tackle with Cards in ‘18) Played in XFL
## Justin Vogel 3 (2014-16), P (Cut in Camp by San Francisco 49ers & by Denver Broncos in 2019) Played in XFL
## Austin Barnard 2 (2013), Punter/Kicker (Injured Reserve in ’18) Released by Titans on Aug. 31, 2019 Tryout with Detroit Lions Oct. 30th
## Anthony Moten 2 (2014-17), DT (played in AAF spring season) Played in XFL
## Gionni Paul 4 (2011-12), LB (played in AAF spring season) Played in XFL
## Venzell Boulware 2 (2018), OL (Undrafted Free Agent, Denver Broncos Rookie Minicamp Tryout) Played in XFL
## Marquez Williams 2 (2016), FB (currently on IR; released during Camp by Cleveland Browns in ‘18) Played in AAF & AFL in 2019, XFL in 2020
## Stacy Coley 3 (2013-16), WR (Cut in Camp by Jets – 2019; 1 game with Giants & 2 games with Vikings) In camp in XFL
## Ladarius Gunter 5 (2013-14), CB (played in AAF spring season in 2019) Cut in XFL Camp
## Tyre Brady R (2014-15), WR (Undrafted FA, Cut by Jacksonville Jags Aug. 31, 2019; Denver Broncos Tryout on Dec. 4th)
## Juwon Young R (2014-15), LB (Undrafted FA, Seattle Seahawks Minicamp Tryout then Detroit Lions Camp in 2019)
## Tito Odenigbo R (2018), DT (Undrafted FA, Released in Camp by Minnesota Vikings on Aug. 31, 2019)
## Jerome Washington R (2015), TE (Undrafted FA, Cut in Camp by Arizona Cardinals in 2019)
## Mike Smith R (2014-18), LB (Undrafted FA, Rookie Minicamp Tryouts with Miami Dolphins & Buffalo Bills)
## Jahair Jones R (2017-18), OL (Undrafted FA, Rookie Minicamp Tryout with Arizona Cardinals; XFL Draft Pool in ’20)
## Paul Kelly 1 (2012-13), LS (participated in AAF preseason in 2019; also in XFL Draft Pool in ’20)

More NFL Cuts in 2019:
## Erik Swoope 7 (basketball 2009-14), TE (Waived by Oakland Raiders on July 30, 2019; previously played with Colts, also briefly with Saints)
## Sam Shields 9 (2006-09), CB (Not re-signed by Los Angeles Rams, declared FA but went unsigned in ’19) [Has History of Concussions]
## Brad Kaaya 4 (2014-16), QB (Cut in Camp by Cincy in 2019; released by Colts earlier in ’19) [Has back injury issues; Sold his 1st Screenplay in Apr., 2020]

Here’s a rundown of more ProCanes playing in some other leagues.

Canadian Football League: Winnipeg Blue Bombers beat Hamilton Tiger-Cats in the 2019 Grey Cup
British Columbia Lions
61 Joel Figueroa 9 (2006-11), OL (currently active; played 18 games with B.C. in ’18)
## Vincent Testaverde Jr. 2 (2015-16), QB (Undrafted Free Agent, Rookie Minicamp Tryout) Signed by Bucs as FA on July 28, 2019; Waived on Aug. 7th; Re-signed by Bucs Aug. 24th; Waived again Aug. 31st In camp with Tampa Bay Vipers XFL.

Edmonton Eskimos
## Justin Renfrow 7 (2013), OL (currently active) Acquired By B.C. Lions via trade from Calgary Stampeders on July 28, 2019

Toronto Argonauts
## Trayone Gray 2 (2014-18), RB (Undrafted Free Agent) Went on NFI July 24th; Released by Cleveland Browns on Aug. 31st

Winnipeg Blue Bombers
## Jhavonte Dean 2 (2017-18), CB (Undrafted Free Agent) Waived by Browns Aug. 26, 2019; Claimed off waivers by Pittsburgh; Cut By Steelers Aug. 31st Signed to Saskatchewan Roughriders PS on Sept. 23, 2019; Not re-signed in 2020; Signed as non-native FA by Winnipeg

National Arena League:
West Virginia Roughriders
## George Brown Jr. R (2016-18), DL (Undrafted Free Agent)

Champions Indoor Football:
Omaha Beef
1 Kayne Farquharson 9 (2007-08), WR (currently active; out of pro football in 2018)

Indoor Football League: (2020 Season is cancelled due to Covid-19)
Green Bay Blizzard
## Diego Marquez 2 (2016-17), K (Nebraska Danger IFL; previously with IFL’s Tucson Sugar Skulls in 2019)

(American) National Gridiron League (Inaugural 2019 season was postponed by league; postponed again in 2020):
Virginia Beach Destroyers
## Standish Dobard 3 (2013-16), TE (Camp only; participated in AAF preseason in ‘19)

Arena League Free Agents:
## Kendal Thompkins 8 (2008-12), WR (Washington Valor AFL in 2019)
## Brandon Washington 9 (2009-11), OL (Massachusetts Pirates NAL in 2019; in XFL Draft Pool in 2020)
## Micanor Regis 6 (2008-11), DT (Atlantic City Blackjacks AFL in 2019; in XFL Draft Pool in 2020)
## Tyriq McCord 5 (2012-15), DL (Atlantic City Blackjacks AFL and Orlando Predators NAL; also played in AAF in 2019)
## Courtel Jenkins 3 (2014-16), DT (Nebraska Danger IFL in 2019; in XFL Draft Pool in 2020)
## Joseph Yearby 3 (2014-16), RB (St. Louis Stampede NGL Camp only; also participated in AAF preseason in ‘19; XFL Draft Pool in ’20)
## D’Mauri Jones 3 (2012-16), WR (Washington Valor AFL in 2019)
## DeQuan Ivery 3 (2011), DT (Philadelphia Soul AFL and Omaha Beef CIF in 2019)