Waived by Carolina (9/5/09)...Signed to practice squad by Carolina (12/16/08)...Waived by Kansas City (8/30/08)...Signed as a free agent by Kansas City (5/9/08)... Terminated from practice squad by Kansas City (10/16/07)...Signed to practice squad by Kansas City (10/10/07)...Terminated from practice squad by the New York Giants (10/2/07)...Signed to practice squad by the New York Giants (9/10/07)...Waived by the New York Giants (9/1/07)...Signed as a free agent by the New York Giants (7/10/07)...Waived by Indianapolis (6/22/07)...Signed as a free agent by Indianapolis (1/11/07)...Waived by Oakland (9/2/06)...Selected by Oakland in the seventh round (255th overall) of the NFL Draft (4/30/06).
2008: Spent the final two weeks of the regular season and the postseason on Carolina's practice squad...Attended training camp with Kansas City...2007: Spent time on the New York Giants' practice squad and Kansas City's practice squad...2006: Earned distinction as “Mr. Irrelevant” after being the last player selected (255th overall) in the NFL Draft by Oakland.
Played in 44 games at Maine...Caught 130 passes for 1,995 yards and 25 touchdowns...2005 (Sr.): First-team All-Atlantic 10 Conference selection...Played in 11 games...Set single-season school records with 59 receptions, 893 receiving yards and 13 touchdowns...2004 (Jr.): Played in eight games...Recorded 14 catches for 161 yards and three touchdowns...Returned 13 punts for 108 yards and four kickoffs for 38 yards...2003 (So.): Played in 11 games...Posted 36 receptions for 598 yards and five touchdowns...2002 (Fr.): Played in 14...Notched 21 catches for 343 yards and four touchdowns.
Attended Aquinas Institute in Rochester, NY...Majored in business at Maine.
A perfect performance in the red zone in the second preseason game is a sure sign that this group is continuing to gel.
Fourth-year veteran feels comfortable moving over from the right tackle spot he manned for the past three seasons.
Preseason game at New England will provide valuable reps for starters while also giving reserves a chance to show they belong.
Defensive line coach Eric Washington works on game situations and how his players should prepare for them.
After making vast improvements in the second preseason game, the Panthers secondary will once again have to be on point against the New England Patriots.