This weekend marks the beginning of the National Football League’s regular season, so The Temple News looked into what has become of the football team’s six former players from last year’s senior class who signed as undrafted free agents with various NFL teams back in April.
Safety Dominique Harris: Harris was signed to the Buffalo Bills’ practice squad on Sept. 6. (ESPN)
Offensive Tackle Steve Maneri: Originally a tight end with the Owls, Maneri switched to offensive tackle at the professional level when he signed with the Houston Texans. Houston waived him on Sept. 4. The New England Patriots claimed him and placed him on their 53-man roster. (ESPN)
Defensive Tackle Andre Neblett: Neblett made the 53-man roster with the Carolina Panthers. He is the fourth undrafted free agent to make the roster in Panther’s history. (FOX Sports Charlotte)
Offensive Lineman Devin Tyler: Tyler was waived by the Arizona Cardinals on July 28 but was eventually picked up by the Baltimore Ravens, who signed him to their practice squad on Sept. 5. (ESPN)
Defensive End Brian Sanford: Sanford signed with the Cleveland Browns’ practice squad on Sept. 5. (ESPN)
Linebacker Alex Joseph: Joseph was cut by the Green Bay Packers on Sept. 4 and is currently a free agent. (ESPN)
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