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Cardinals announce five signings, including Ryan Bee, Tavien Feaster

Cardinals announce five signings, including Ryan Bee, Tavien Feaster

The Cardinals announced the signings of receiver Andre Baccellia, defensive lineman Ryan Bee, running back Tavien Feaster, linebacker Jamell Garcia-Williams and receiver Darece Roberson, Jr. on Thursday.

 Cardinals sign RB, WR, 3 others before draft

Cardinals sign RB, WR, 3 others before draft

The Arizona Cardinals have begun to fill out their roster with young players who will compete for the back end and the practice squad. Two weeks ahead of the NFL, the team announced the signing of five players.

Dolphins Sign 12 Players to Futures Contracts

Dolphins Sign 12 Players to Futures Contracts

MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. – The Miami Dolphins today announced they have signed 12 players to reserve/futures contracts: defensive end Nick Coe, safety Brian Cole, cornerback Javaris Davis, cornerback Tino Ellis, center Tyler Gauthier, tackle Jonathan Hubbard, linebacker Kylan Johnson, tight end Chris Myarick, guard Durval Queiroz Neto, defensive end Tyshun Render, quarterback Reid Sinnett and long snapper Rex Sunahara

Combine held in Brasília had more than 225 athletes and opportunity for the NFL

Combine held in Brasília had more than 225 athletes and opportunity for the NFL

Last Saturday, November 14, more than 225 athletes attended the Echelon Sports Combine, at the Estádio Mané Garrincha (Arena BSB), in Brasília-DF, to try a chance to play in professional football leagues. Announced last October 10 on the agency's Instagram, the qualifying project was intended to bring together the best athletes in the country to be tested in the same way that American players are metrified to reach leagues like NFL, CFL, XFL, among others.

Luiz Protásio surprises at Combine 2020 in Brazil and could enter the NFL

Luiz Protásio surprises at Combine 2020 in Brazil and could enter the NFL

24 years old, Kicker and Punter do Galo Futebol Americano and owner of many dreams, Luiz Protásio, coming from Iguatama-MG, may be the new Brazilian to step on the NFL lawns, after performance at the Echelon Sports Combine, in Brasília-DF . Protásio received an invitation from Doug Chavis, ex-NFL Punter and coach accredited by Profesional Kicking Service, who came to Brazil with the mission of finding someone worthy of the National Football League. And found. In partnership with Echelon Sports, the company that promoted the tryouts in the Brazilian capital, Chavis announced that he will take Luiz Protásio's numbers to the main football league (NFL), and that he is confident that the Brazilian will join a team as a Free Agent.

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