List of Georgia Bulldogs in the NFL 2015: All Players on Active Rosters and Practice Squads


Player Team Position Depth Chart
Cordy Glenn Buffalo Bills OT 1
Bacarri Rambo Buffalo Bills S 2
Jarius Wynn Buffalo Bills DE IR
Reshad Jones Miami Dolphins S 1
David Andrews New England Patriots C 3
Marlon Brown Baltimore Ravens WR 2
Geno Atkins Cincinnati Bengals DT 1
Clint Boling Cincinnati Bengals OG 1
A.J. Green Cincinnati Bengals WR 1
Shawn Williams Cincinnati Bengals S 2
Brandon Boykin Pittsburgh Steelers CB 2
Jarvis Jones Pittsburgh Steelers LB 1
Akeem Dent Houston Texans LB 1
Ben Jones Houston Texans C 1
Corey Moore Houston Texans S Practice Squad
Amarlo Herrera Indianapolis Colts LB Practice Squad
Chris Clemons Jacksonvile Jaguars DE 2
Abry Jones Jacksonvile Jaguars DT 2
Toby Johnson Jacksonvile Jaguars DT Practice Squad
Arthur Lynch Denver Broncos TE Practice Squad
Chris Conley Kansas City Chiefs WR 3
Justin Houston Kansas City Chiefs LB 1
Aaron Murray Kansas City Chiefs QB 3
Ramik Wilson Kansas City Chiefs LB 2
Kedric Golston Washington Redskins DE 2
Cornelius Washington Chicago Bears DE 2
Matthew Stafford Detroit Lions QB 1
Blair Walsh Minnesota Vikings K 1
Thomas Davis Carolina Panthers LB 1
Charles Johnson Carolina Panthers DE 1
Dannell Ellerbe New Orleans Saints LB 2
John Jenkins New Orleans Saints DT 2
Damian Swann New Orleans Saints CB 2
Benjamin Watson New Orleans Saints TE 3
Tim Jennings Tampa Bay Buccaneers CB 1
Drew Butler Arizona Cardinals P 1
Todd Gurley St. Louis Rams RB 2
Alec Ogletree St. Louis Rams LB 1
Garrison Smith San Francisco 49ers DT Practice Squad
DeMarcus Dobbs Seattle Seahawks DE 3

 

Noticeably absent since the posting at the beginning of camp DeAngelo Tyson (BAL), Kwame Geathers (CIN), Sanders Commings (K.C), Ray Drew (MIA), Orson Charles (N.O.), Jonathon Rumph (NYJ), Kris Durham (OAK), Mike Thornton (PIT), Brandon Bogotay (T.B), Tavarres King (T.B.), Fernando Velasco (TEN).

Some thoughts on those cuts:

  • Tyson strung together a serviceable pro career and could catch on if a team is in need. He played in 34 games from 2012-2014 and registered 42 tackles, 1 INT and 2 fumble recoveries.
  • Geathers should have stayed at Georgia before going undrafted in 2013. Nonetheless you can’t teach his size and he played well in 7 games for San Diego in 2013. Expect him to get another shot at some point.
  • Commings can’t stay healthy, which is a harsh reality for such a talented player.
  • Drew will get a practice squad look if he stays after it. Wouldn’t be stunned if he pursued other avenues though.
  • Charles is facing a 1-game suspension and I’d imagine that was part of the Saints’ decision to release him. He’ll be back…somewhere.
  • Rumph couldn’t cut it at Georgia. Would be surprised to see him cut it as a pro.
  • Durham’s days may too be over. He was never better than when he was paired with college teammate Matthew Stafford. He seems like a guy who will stay in shape and always be a mid-season pickup. He was probably drafted a little too high (4th round in 2011), but he’s played in 27 career games, logged 55 catches for 699 yards and three TDs with the Seahawks, Lions and Titans. He was with the Raiders for camp.
  • Thornton made it to the final cut in Pittsburgh and will find a practice squad spot somewhere.
  • Bogotay is not a professional football players.
  • Neither, apparently, is King. King never had elite athleticism which makes his inability to latch on understandable. But he was so damn productive at a major program and caught balls from Stafford in 2008, Joe Cox in 2009 and Murray from 2010-2012. He fit with everyone and accounted for more than 2600 receiving yards and 21 TDs.
  • Velasco wasn’t drafted and played six NFL seasons—four with the Titans, one with the Steelers and one with the Panthers. He’ll find a roster spot at some point.

 

That’s all I got/

Andrew

 

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Posted on September 9, 2015, in Blog, Georgia Bulldogs, NFL, SEC. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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