By Anthony Caruso III
“I bounced around the NFL for two years with a bunch of teams and I was sick of just standing around — I want to play the game,” he said. “Football is my identity to a certain extent and I want to continue with it as long as I can.”
The Tiger Cats had him on their negotiation list. According to reports, they’ve been interest in signing him since he moved on from Central Michigan.
Former teammate Ike Brown is also a linebacker with the Tiger Cats.
In his collegiate career, he went 1,171-of-1,763 for 12,905 yards with 102 touchdowns and 36 interceptions. He had a 142.9 quarterback rating in 53 games.
He also had 671 carries for 2,948 yards in his career with an additional 47 scores.
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