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NFL allocates record 265 to NFLEL

February 14, 2005 - National Football League Europa (NFLE)

THREE quarterbacks with experience as starters in the NFL are crossing the Atlantic to play in the 2005 NFL Europe League season.

They are joined by a Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback making the conversion to defensive back, and the son of an NFL legend.

NFL teams have allocated a record 265 players to play in Europe this spring. Of those, 102 were assigned to NFLEL teams, with a further 141 being selected in the annual NFL Allocated Player draft. Additional players, including kickers and punters, will be assigned later.

Heading for defending World Bowl champion Berlin Thunder is Houston Texans play-caller DAVE RAGONE, a former third-round NFL draft pick from Louisville who started two games for the Texans in 2003.

The Chicago Bears’ KURT KITTNER will play for the Amsterdam Admirals after starting four games for the Atlanta Falcons in 2003. Free agent AKILI SMITH, who started 17 games in four seasons for the Cincinnati Bengals after being the third player chosen overall in the 1999 NFL draft, has been assigned to the Frankfurt

Galaxy. Those players are part of a group hoping to add to the list of 27 quarterbacks to have gone on to start games in the NFL after playing in the NFL Europe League.

They are joined by a player who carries one of the most illustrious names in NFL history – running back JARRETT PAYTON, son of former Chicago Bears legend Walter. Payton, allocated by the Tennessee Titans, will play for Amsterdam.

Heading to Europe as a defensive back, allocated by the Kansas City Chiefs, is ERIC CROUCH, who won the Heisman Trophy in 2001 after outstanding performances as a quarterback at the University of Nebraska. He was selected in the seventh round of the NFL Allocated Player draft by the Hamburg Sea Devils.

Commenting on the record number of allocated players, NFLEL Director of Football Operations MIKE CHAN said: “This is a fantastic show of support for our league by the NFL teams and it demonstrates the value of NFL Europe to the NFL.

“We have a very deep pool of talent heading to Europe this season, with some big names and some exciting young players - including many with considerable NFL experience. The fact that 266 players with NFLEL experience appeared on NFL rosters during this past season is an indication of the quality of play in the NFLEL and I am confident that this year’s allocated players will help us to add another exciting season to the history of the league.

“It is going to be fun for the fans in Europe and those watching back home in the United States to see which of these players emerge as the stars of the season and which clubs are able to create a winning team from this group.”

Competing with Kittner for the starting position at quarterback for the Amsterdam Admirals will be GIBRAN HAMDAN, who was on the Admirals roster last year and is allocated by the Seattle Seahawks, and the St Louis Rams left-hander RUSS MICHNA. Kittner, the leading passer in University of Illinois history, started four games for the Falcons in place of the injured Michael Vick in 2003.

In Berlin, Ragone will be hoping to follow in the footsteps of 2004 NFLEL Offensive MVP Rohan Davey. He started two games in his rookie season at the Texans after being a three-year starter at Louisville. Also bidding for the starting position will be Pittsburgh Steeler JEFF KROHN, from the University of Massachusetts, and Oakland Raider BRETT ENGEMANN, who spent time as a backup with Frankfurt and Rhein in 2004.

The Cologne Centurions will welcome one of the leading quarterbacks in University of Stanford history in CHRIS LEWIS of the Arizona Cardinals, a two-year college starter. Joining him in Cologne will be four-year University of Tennessee starter CASEY CLAUSEN, whose 9,707 passing yards for the school ranks behind only Peyton Manning. Claussen has been allocated by the Kansas City Chiefs, while the Buffalo Bills’ KEVIN THOMPSON is back for a second NFLEL stint after playing for Frankfurt in 2001.

Frankfurt’s starting quarterback position will be the target of Smith, who will be the highest NFL draft pick ever to play in the NFLEL. He passed for 2,212 yards for the Bengals after an outstanding college career at Oregon. He will be joined by the Houston Texans’ B.J. SYMONS, holder of many quarterback records from Texas Tech, and the New York Jets’ KEVIN EAKIN, a two-year starter at Fordham.

The honour of being the first starting quarterback in Hamburg Sea Devils will be keenly contested. The Cincinnati Bengals’ CASEY BRAMLET is the all-time passing leader at Wyoming, while RYAN DINWIDDIE of the Chicago Bears showed his big-play potential at Boise State.

They are joined by the Indianapolis Colts’ TOM ARTH, who started one game last season for the Scottish Claymores under new Hamburg coach Jack Bicknell, and New Orleans Saint CHRIS FINLEN.

The Rhein Fire quarterback position will be contested by the Green Bay Packers’ SCOTT McBRIEN, who played his college football at Maryland, the Philadelphia Eagles’ ANDY HALL, a sixth round NFL draft choice in 2004 out of Delaware, and the Minnesota Vikings’ JASON FIFE, who succeeded Akili Smith as the starter at Oregon.

Team assignments for 21 kickers and punters, plus German defensive lineman CHRISTIAN MOHR – allocated by the Seattle Seahawks – will be confirmed during training camp, which opens in Tampa Bay early next month.

Overall, 19 players have been allocated by the Green Bay Packers, a record for any NFL team in a single NFLEL allocation, with 16 from the Pittsburgh Steelers, 13 from the Houston Texans and Kansas City Chiefs and 12 from the Chicago Bears and Seattle Seahawks.

The NFLEL head coaches selected a further 45 players between them in the annual Free Agent draft, with Hamburg selecting defensive end RON JOHNSON, from Shippensburg University, with the first pick.

Among other selections, Cologne took BOBBY BROOKS, an all-NFLEL linebacker last season, while the Fire chose safety CLARENCE LeBLANC, who made the all-NFLEL team in 2001 after returning a record three interceptions for touchdowns.

The thirteenth NFLEL season kicks off on the weekend of April 2-3, with the Yello Strom World Bowl XIII being staged at the LTU Arena in Dsseldorf on Saturday June 11.

Complete details follow:

NFL player assignments

NFL Allocated Player draft

NFL Allocated kicker and punters

NFLEL Free Agent draft

ASSIGNMENT OF NFL ALLOCATED PLAYERS


NFLEL team Name
Pos NFL team College
Amsterdam Ben Archibald T New Orleans Brigham Young
Amsterdam John Booth WR Kansas City Mid America Nazareen
Amsterdam Scott Connot S Kansas City South Dakota State
Amsterdam Leonce Crump DT New Orleans Oklahoma
Amsterdam Tony Donald TE Seattle Western State
Amsterdam Pita Elisara G Washington Indiana
Amsterdam John Garrett LB Green Bay Baylor
Amsterdam Gibran Hamdan QB Seattle Indiana
Amsterdam Omari Hand DE Jacksonville Tennessee
Amsterdam Trevor Hutton G Indianapolis Utah State
Amsterdam Kelvin Kight WR Green Bay Florida
Amsterdam Kurt Kittner QB Chicago Illinois
Amsterdam Russ Michna QB St Louis Western Illinois
Amsterdam Jarrett Payton RB Tennessee Miami
Amsterdam Chad Setterstrom G New Orleans Northern Iowa
Amsterdam Jonathan Smith RB Kansas City Washington State
Amsterdam B.J. Tucker CB Seattle Wisconsin
Berlin Willie Blade DT Dallas Mississippi State
Berlin Ben Claxton C Pittsburgh Mississippi
Berlin Bret Engemann QB Oakland Brigham Young
Berlin Little John Flowers RB NY Jets Michigan State
Berlin Michael
Harden CB Seattle Missouri
Berlin Joseph Hayes G Green Bay San Jose State
Berlin Isaac Hilton DE Carolina Hampton
Berlin Michael
Jennings WR NY Giants Florida State
Berlin Jeff
Krohn QB Pittsburgh Massachusetts
Berlin Adrian Mayes S Arizona Louisiana State
Berlin Ben Moa RB Miami Utah
Berlin Cal Murray RB San Diego Miami Ohio
Berlin Tony
Pape T Miami Michigan
Berlin Dave Ragone QB Houston Louisville
Berlin Rich Scanlon LB Kansas City Syracuse
Berlin Shannon
Snell G Minnesota Florida
Berlin Terrence Stubbs WR NY Jets Temple
Cologne Kory Chapman RB New England Jacksonville State
Cologne Casey Clausen QB Kansas City Tennessee
Cologne Delbert Cowsette DT Tampa Bay Maryland
Cologne Dan Curley TE Carolina E. Washington
Cologne Lew Dawson G Cleveland Citadel
Cologne Anthony Dunn LB Houston Northern Colorado
Cologne Brandon Evans G Houston Houston
Cologne C.J. Jones WR Cleveland Iowa
Cologne Keylon Kincade RB Dallas Southern Methodist
Cologne Chris Lewis QB Arizona Stanford
Cologne Mike Mabry C Atlanta Central Florida
Cologne Matt McCoy T Detroit Ferris State
Cologne Carl Morris WR San Diego Harvard
Cologne Kevin Thompson QB Buffalo Penn State
Cologne Matt Walters DT Miami Miami
Cologne Wendell Williams S Green Bay Louisiana Lafayette
Cologne Jamaine Winborne CB Baltimore Virginia
Frankfurt Mark Anelli TE Atlanta Wisconsin
Frankfurt James Bethea CB Washington California
Frankfurt Kevin Eakin QB NY Jets Fordham
Frankfurt Ahmaad Galloway RB San Diego Alabama
Frankfurt Howard Hodges LB San Diego Iowa
Frankfurt Aaron Hosack WR Minnesota Minnesota
Frankfurt Aaron Johnson G Kansas City Ball State
Frankfurt Jamal Jones WR Green Bay North Carolina A & T
Frankfurt Matt Miller T Kansas City Louisiana College
Frankfurt J.R. Niklos RB Oakland Western Illinois
Frankfurt Ben Nowland C Washington Auburn

Frankfurt Raymond Perryman S Jacksonville Northern Arizona
Frankfurt D.J. Renteria DE Denver New Mexico
Frankfurt Akili Smith QB Free Agent Oregon
Frankfurt B.J. Symons QB Houston Texas Tech
Frankfurt Joe Tate G Jacksonville Michigan State
Frankfurt Seante Williams DE Green Bay Jacksonville State
Hamburg Santonio Beard RB Denver Alabama
Hamburg Bobby Blizzard TE Arizona North Carolina
Hamburg Casey Bramlet QB Cincinnati Wyoming
Hamburg Rufus Brown CB Washington Florida State
Hamburg Tyson Clabo G Denver Wake Forest
Hamburg Michael Coleman WR St Louis Widener
Hamburg Dustin Kroeker T Seattle Cal Poly - San Luis Obispo
Hamburg Larry Croom RB Arizona Nevada Reno
Hamburg Ryan Dinwiddie QB Chicago Boise State
Hamburg Chris Finlen QB New Orleans Northern Illinois
Hamburg Scott Genord LB Detroit Fullerton
Hamburg Shawn Mayer S Atlanta Penn State
Hamburg Derek McCoy WR Tampa Bay Colorado
Hamburg Tim McGill DT NY Jets None
Hamburg Brandon Newton C Minnesota Hofstra
Hamburg Antonio
Smith DE
Arizona Oklahoma State
Hamburg Tom Arth QB Indianapolis John Carroll
Hamburg Lenny Vandermade G Pittsburgh Southern California
Rhein Bryan Anderson G Chicago Pittsburgh
Rhein Jonathan Cox CB San Diego Georgia Tech
Rhein Dahrran Diedrick RB Washington Nebraska
Rhein Jason Fife QB Minnesota Oregon
Rhein Tony Gilbert LB Jacksonville Georgia
Rhein Andy Hall QB Philadelphia Delaware
Rhein Sparky Hamilton TE Green Bay Arkansas
Rhein Matt Hill T Carolina Boise State
Rhein Cedric James WR New England Texas Christian
Rhein Norman Lejeune S Tennessee Louisiana State
Rhein Scott McBrien QB Green Bay Maryland
Rhein Jeris McIntyre WR Kansas City Auburn
Rhein Steve Morley G Green Bay St Mary’s (Canada)
Rhein A.J. Ricker C Chicago Missouri
Rhein Greg Scott DE Cincinnati Hampton
Rhein Joe Smith RB Tennessee Louisiana Tech
Rhein Eddie Freeman DT Carolina Alabama-Birmingham



PROTECTED NFL-ALLOCATED PLAYERS (Protected players count against 11th and 12th round picks in the allocated draft)


Amsterdam Jeff Sanchez CB Detroit Tulane
Berlin Willie Ford CB Indianapolis Syracuse
Berlin Jermaine Mays CB Indianapolis Minnesota
Cologne Marcus
Floyd CB Carolina Indiana
Rhein Terrence Robinson LB Seattle Oklahoma State


NFL ALLOCATED PLAYER DRAFT 2005

Round NFLEL Team Name
Pos NFL Team College

1 Hamburg Ahmad Childress DT NY Giants Alabama

1 Rhein Demetrios Walker DE Kansas City Middle Tennessee
1 Cologne Kevin
House CB Seattle South Carolina

1 Amsterdam Josh Mallard DE Indianapolis Georgia

1 Frankfurt Derrick Crawford DE Cincinnati Texas A & M Commerce
1 Berlin Jamal Brooks LB Cleveland Hampton
2 Hamburg Eric Wilson G Miami Michigan

2 Rhein Blue Adams CB Tampa Bay Cincinnati
2 Cologne Greg White DE Chicago Minnesota

2 Amsterdam Ben Herrell T Tennessee Miami Ohio

2 Frankfurt Cedric Hilliard DT Baltimore Notre Dame
2 Berlin Charles Hill DT Carolina Maryland
3 Berlin John
Frieser TE Pittsburgh Colgate
3 Frankfurt Woodrow Dantzler S Dallas Clemson
3 Amsterdam Norman Heuer DT Philadelphia Michigan

3 Cologne Brent Swaggert T Tennessee Montana State

3 Rhein Shawn Draper T Atlanta Alabama
3 Hamburg Ben
Miller FB Cleveland Air Force

4 Hamburg Art Smith CB Green Bay Northeastern

4 Rhein Nathan Black WR Washington NW Louisiana
4 Cologne Jamin Elliott WR Chicago Delaware

4 Amsterdam Ron Israel S Pittsburgh Notre Dame

4 Frankfurt Kellen Brantley LB Buffalo Wake Forest
4 Berlin Shaun Rose T Oakland East Carolina
5 Berlin Sam Massey CB Tennessee Morgan State
5 Frankfurt Grant Steen LB New England Iowa
5 Amsterdam Justin
Smith LB Carolina Indiana

5 Cologne Bryan Save DT Tampa Bay Colorado State

5 Rhein Doug Sims DT Green Bay Hawaii
5 Hamburg Nick McNeil LB Green Bay Western Carolina

6 Hamburg Rodney Reed G Miami Louisiana State

6 Rhein Derrick Strong DE Tennessee Illinois
6 Cologne Joseph Tuipala LB Washington San Diego State

6 Amsterdam Derrick Ballard LB Chicago Memphis

6 Frankfurt Sam Simmons WR Pittsburgh Northwestern
6 Berlin Winston Taylor LB Miami Illinois
7 Berlin Allen Suber WR Houston Bethune Cookman
7 Frankfurt Eric Joyce CB Atlanta Tennessee State
7 Amsterdam Brent Hafford S New Orleans Stephen F. Austin

7 Cologne Kalvin Pearson S Tampa Bay Grambling

7 Rhein Keyon Nash S Oakland Albany State
7 Hamburg Eric
Crouch S Kansas City Nebraska

8 Hamburg Kevin
Emanuel DE Seattle Florida State

8 Rhein Daryl Kennedy FB Pittsburgh Syracuse

8 Cologne Marq Cerqua LB Dallas Carson Newman

8 Amsterdam Ruvell Martin WR San Diego Saginaw Valley State

8 Frankfurt Sterling Harris T Cleveland Southern Methodist
8 Berlin Hubert Whittaker WR Jacksonville South Florida

9 Berlin Brandon Calton DT Pittsburgh E Tennessee State

9 Frankfurt Kevin DeRonde LB Dallas Iowa State
9 Amsterdam Mike Gomez TE Buffalo Illinois

9 Cologne Mitch White T Tampa Bay Oregon State

9 Rhein Edward
Thomas LB Oakland Georgia Southern
9 Hamburg Lewis Moore LB Pittsburgh Pittsburgh
10 Hamburg Brandon Darby T San Francisco San Diego State
10 Rhein Clarence Farmer RB NY Giants Arizona
10 Cologne Javor Mills DE Indianapolis Auburn

10 Amsterdam Maurice Jones LB Washington South Florida

10 Frankfurt Lamont Brightful CB NY Giants Eastern Washington
10 Berlin Ben Johnson G Chicago Wisconsin

11 Frankfurt Sam Breeden WR Green Bay NW Oklahoma State
11 Hamburg Andre’ Sommersell LB Indianapolis Colorado State
12 Hamburg Rod Perry WR St Louis Penn State

12 Rhein Chris Day S Green Bay Grambling

12 Cologne Romby Bryant WR Atlanta Tulsa
12 Amsterdam Ataveus Cash WR NY Giants Hampton

12 Frankfurt Isaiah Ross G San Diego Nevada Reno
13 Berlin Josh Buhl LB Baltimore Kansas State
13 Frankfurt Janssen Patton S Pittsburgh Bowling Green

13 Amsterdam Randee Drew CB San Francisco Northern Illinois

13 Cologne Linj Shell CB Philadelphia Jacksonville
13 Rhein Cedric Bonner WR Oakland Texas A & M Commerce
13 Hamburg Carlos Perez WR Philadelphia Florida

14 Hamburg Marquis Smith LB Oakland California
14 Rhein Joe Hall FB Kansas City Kansas State
14 Cologne Ed Canonico CB Kansas City Sacramento State

14 Amsterdam Jonathon Palafox CB Buffalo Angelo State

14 Frankfurt Matt Farrior LB Pittsburgh Florida
14 Berlin Robert Redd WR Philadelphia Bowling Green

15 Berlin Michael Brown LB Atlanta Louisville
15 Frankfurt Jeremiah Cockheran WR Cincinnati Hawaii
15 Amsterdam Tony Johnson WR NY Giants Penn State

15 Cologne James Newson WR Miami Oregon State

15 Rhein Cabel Rohloff LB New Orleans Northern Colorado
15 Hamburg Marcell Allmond CB Jacksonville Southern California

16 Hamburg Terrance Metcalf WR Tampa Bay S Carolina State
16 Rhein Tim Dodge WR Carolina Iowa
16 Cologne Wendall Williams WR San Francisco Rhode Island

16 Amsterdam Ulish Booker T Pittsburgh Michigan State

16 Frankfurt Kevin Wolcott WR Tennessee Tusculum
16 Berlin Jack
Hunt S Miami Louisiana State

17 Berlin Brian
Johnson FB San Francisco New Mexico
17 Frankfurt Chris Vance WR New Orleans Ohio State
17 Amsterdam Adam Matthews RB Houston Northern Colorado

17 Cologne Michael
Marker WR Green Bay Millikin

17 Rhein Clarence Curry CB Arizona Villanova
17 Hamburg Shawn Morgan LB Green Bay Fayetteville State

18 Hamburg Chris
Collins WR Pittsburgh Mississippi
18 Rhein Jason Thomas G Miami Hampton
18 Cologne Tyrone Sanders CB Arizona Texas Christian
18 Amsterdam James Boyd S Cleveland Penn State
18 Frankfurt Chonn Lacey S Green Bay Temple
18 Berlin LaDaris Vann WR Buffalo Cincinnati
19 Berlin Carl Diggs LB Chicago Michigan
19 Frankfurt Steve Baggs LB Detroit Bethune Cookman
19 Amsterdam Danny Young TE San Diego North Carolina State
19 Cologne Dave Moretti LB Houston Oregon
19 Rhein Glenn Martinez WR Detroit Saginaw Valley State
19 Hamburg Zack Abron RB Chicago Missouri
20 Hamburg Matt
Chila TE NY Jets Villanova
20 Rhein Joe Quinn G Green Bay Minnesota
20 Cologne Walter Wigfall G Chicago Texas A & M Kingsville
20 Amsterdam Chris Bernard WR Indianapolis Kentucky
20 Frankfurt Nick Narcisse WR Houston Tulane
20 Berlin Daryl Dixon S Indianapolis Florida
21 Berlin William Delahoussaye FB/LS Miami Louisiana Lafayette
21 Frankfurt Michael Grant S Cleveland Mars Hill
21 Amsterdam Casey Knutson G Houston Northern State
21 Cologne Bob Dzvonik DT Pittsburgh Buffalo
21 Rhein Luke Powell WR Arizona Stanford
21 Hamburg Allan Amundson S San Francisco Oregon
22 Hamburg Zach Norton CB Baltimore Cincinnati
22 Rhein Mark Bartosic WR New England Susquehanna
22 Cologne Antonio Rodriguez LB Houston Monterrey Tech
22 Amsterdam Eli Ward S Houston Minnesota
22 Frankfurt Jamar Julien RB Oakland
San Jose State
22 Berlin Cliff Johnson S Detroit Morgan State
23
Berlin Marque Davis WR Seattle Fresno State
23 Frankfurt T.J. Cottrell TE Minnesota Buffalo State
23 Amsterdam Joel Jacobs TE New England Nebraska Kerney
23 Cologne Brandon Miree RB Denver Pittsburgh
23 Rhein Chazz Moore S Kansas City Cal State Northridge
23 Hamburg Travis Wilson FB Pittsburgh Kansas State
24 Hamburg Ricky Bryant WR New England Hofstra
24 Rhein Morgan Pears T NY Giants Colorado State
24 Cologne James Adkisson WR Oakland South Carolina


NFL-ALLOCATED KICKERS AND PUNTERS (to be assigned later)

Dusty Apocotos K New Orleans Cal Davis

Travis
Dorsch K Minnesota Purdue

Todd France K Tampa Bay Toledo

Mackenzie Hoambrecker K Philadelphia Northern Iowa

David
Kimball K NY Giants Penn State

Chace
Long K San Francisco Nebraska

Kevin Miller K Seattle East Carolina

Dan Orner K Minnesota North Carolina

Owen
Pochman K Buffalo Brigham Young

Stephen Scaldafferi K Indianapolis Kentucky

Chris
Snyder K Houston Montana

Steve Baker P Oakland Southern Oregon State

Mike
Barr P Pittsburgh Rutgers

Ryan Dutton P Seattle Mankato State

Filip Filipovic P Philadelphia South Dakota

Eddie Johnson P NY Giants Idaho State

Mark Mariscal P Denver Colorado

B.J. Sander P Green Bay Ohio

Cody Scates P Houston Texas A & M

Brian Simjanovski P Tampa Bay San Diego State


NFLEL FREE AGENT DRAFT 2005

Round NFLEL Team Name
Pos College

1 Hamburg Ron Johnson DE Shippensburg University

1 Rhein Jason Rader TE Marshall
1 Cologne Omar
Nazel DE Southern California

1 Amsterdam Andy King G
Illinois State

1 Frankfurt Brock Edwards TE Texas
1 Berlin DeAngelo Lloyd DE Tennessee
2 Hamburg Shawn Lynch C Duke

2 Rhein Jesse Mitchell DT Mississippi
2 Cologne Ryan Wingrove DE Bowling Green

2 Amsterdam Jeremy Caudill DT Kentucky

2 Frankfurt Michael Landry DT Southern
2 Berlin Darrell Lee DE Florida
3 Berlin Dante Ellington T Alabama
3 Frankfurt Ronald Jones DE Southern Mississippi
3 Amsterdam Clint
Mitchell DE Florida

3 Cologne Bobby Brooks LB Fresno State

3 Rhein Sean Guthrie DE Boston College
3 Hamburg Ivory McCoy DE Michigan State

4 Hamburg Lawrence Richardson CB Arkansas

4 Rhein Brandon Rager LB San Diego State
4 Cologne Eric Powell DE Florida State

4 Amsterdam Tyler Lenda G Penn State

4 Frankfurt William
Henry T Clemson

4 Berlin James Thornton CB Morris Brown
5 Berlin David Porter T Iowa
5 Frankfurt Jon Pendergrass CB Southern Illinois
5 Amsterdam Dewitt Ellerbe CB South Carolina State

5 Cologne Zach Wilson G Southern California

5 Rhein Jeremy
Phillips T Lenoir-Rhyne College

5 Hamburg Sean Mulcahy DT Connecticut

6 Hamburg Sasha Lancaster DE Arkansas

6 Rhein Clarence LeBlanc S Louisiana State
6 Cologne Tam Hopkins G Ohio State

6 Amsterdam Derrius
Monroe DE Virginia Tech

6 Frankfurt Alex Ngaus LB Washington State
6 Berlin Greg Taplin DE Michigan State

7 Berlin Regis Crawford C Arizona State
7 Frankfurt Doug Goodwin DT Boston College
7 Amsterdam Phil
Archer LB Western Illinois

7 Cologne Hart Turner TE South Carolina

7 Rhein Travis
Carroll LB Florida
7 Hamburg Jason Waters CB Tennesee

8 Amsterdam Greg Carothers LB Washington

8 Frankfurt Anthony Oakley G Western Kentucky

8 Berlin Reggie Rhodes DT Valdosta State

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