Breakdown: NFL Bearcats

With 20 former Bearcats on NFL rosters, we breakdown were everyone is and what are their chances of sticking with their club. You can already remove on player who was released on Monday.

With Monday nights game between the Steelers and Eagles, Bearcats fans were given a chance to watch a few of their former Bearcats take the field as pro's. Many have asked the Who, What and Where many former Bearcats are located. Here is the latest on all former Bearcats who are on Preseason NFL rosters.

Mike Wright - DE - New England

Signed by the Patriots as a Free Agent after finishing his Bearcats career last season and not being drafted. Posted some great numbers in workouts and has a real chance of sticking with the Patriots either on their roster or practice squad. Wears #69 at this time. His play may have allowed the Pats to release former Bearcat Mario Monds.

LaDaris Vann - WR - Buffalo

Vann who re-wrote the Bearcats record books during his career is looking to hook on with a team. He was acquired by the Bills as a Free Agent in 2005. At this time he has no roster number and is listed on Injured Reserved.

Robert Tate - CB - Arizona

Entering his 8th season, Tate is back with a coach he knows from his days in Minnesota. Listed as the number one left cornerback on the Cardinals depth chart and should help the Cardinals if they hope to fight for a playoff spot.

Kyle Takavitz - OG - Cincinnati

Takavitz is a long shot to make the Bengals roster this season. But don't be surprised to see him stick with the practice squad. Signed as a free agent after finishing his Bearcats career last season. Listed on depth chart as the third team left guard behind Eric Steinbach and Larry Moore.

Clint Stickdorn - OG - Cleveland

Clint is living his childhood dream of being in Browns camp this preseason. Listed as the third left guard on the Browns depth chart, Stickdorn impressed Browns officials enough to be signed as a free agent after getting a look see. Has a big battle to stick this year but a very good chance to make practice squad.

Derrick Ransom - DT - Jacksonville

Eight year pro who is in his second season with the Jaguars. Has played with Kansas City and Arizona before Jacksonville stint. Has a chance to keep his job but is being pushed by younger players and is listed as the third right defensive tackle on the depth chart.

Antwan Peek - LB - Houston

Just like his days as a Bearcat, Antwan is looking to reek havoc on running backs and quarterbacks in his third season in the league. Will be on roster and should improve his previous numbers.

Zach Norton - CB - Baltimore

Norton spent the 2004 season on the Ravens Injured Reserve. Is looking to make the roster in 05 but will have a huge battle to do so. At this time the Ravens don't have a depth chart listed.

Daven Holly - CB - San Francisco

Holly has a great chance to stick with the Niners this year. His athletic ability and speed will help him find a home in the NFL. Is listed as the number three left cornerback but will need to make his mark on special teams.

Artrell Hawkins - CB - Washington

The seven year vet has learned to stick in the league. Should provide the Redskins depth in the secondary. Is the backup to Walt Harris at the left cornerback position.

Tyjuan Hagler - LB - Indianapolis

Is battling a sports hernia that could slow his development and chances of sticking on the roster this season. Time missed will make or break his year. Is listed as the third middle linebacker on Colts depth chart.

Gino Guidugli - QB - Tennessee

Not being drafted may have been the best thing for the record setting Bearcats quarterback. He's in very good shape to make the Titans roster. Is listed as the third quarterback on the depth chart behind All-Pro Steve McNair and Billy Volek. Fighting former Kentucky quarterback Shane Boyd for the number three qb spot.

Jason Fabini - OT - New York

Has been a fixture since being drafted by the Jets. Eight year vet who still has some very good football ahead of him. Number one left tackle on depth chart.

Andre Frazier - LB - Pittsburgh

Making the move from defensive end to linebacker may see Frazier getting placed on the practice squad. Is at this time a 50/50 shot of sticking on the roster. But while many feel he will come up short this season they expect him to be solid in the years down the road.

Troy Evans - LB - Houston

Evans is looking to get past the injury that placed him on injured reserve after starting 13 games last season. Special teams have helped him find a place in the NFL and will keep him there. Originally signed by the Rams after going undrafted.

Jamar Enzor - LB - Jacksonville

Is in for a real battle to just make the team. Listed as the fourth middle linebacker on depth chart at this time.

Trent Cole - DE - Philadelphia

Trent should be in good shape to make the Eagles roster this year. But he needs to pick up the skills to play linebacker as he's listed as a DE/LB. At this time he's listed as the third left defensive end behind Jevon Kearse and Jamaal Green. Worst case for Cole is the practice squad.

Antonio Chatman - WR - Green Bay

What a story Chatman has about making it to the league. Has made his mark on special teams and will be fighting to stay with the Packers again this year. Is the backup to Donald Driver and teams main punt return man.

Blue Adams - CB - Tampa Bay

Adams was signed by Tampa Bay as a free agent and then sent to NFL Europe. While there he was named to the All-NFL Europe team and has the Buccaneers excited about his ability. Has bounced around since being drafted by the Lions in the seventh-round of the 2003 draft. Is listed fourth on the depth chart at right cornerback.

Mario Monds - DT - New England

Monds was released by the Pats on Monday. A sixth round pick of the Redskins in 2001, Monds has not been able to find a team to stick with. He's spent time with the Bengals, Giants and Dolphins before signing with the Patriots just a few weeks ago.

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