More Wildcats sign free agent contracts

Though just two Wildcats found new homes in the NFL Draft, nine former Cats have now signed free agent deals. Quarterback Ell Roberson has not signed anywhere as of yet.

More former Kansas State Wildcats have signed on with NFL teams, bringing the total to nine so far.

Just two Wildcats were selected in the draft two weeks ago, Nick Leckey in the sixth round with the Arizona Cardinals and Rashad Washington in the seventh to the New York Jets.

But since then many more former Cats have been busy. Receiver James Terry, fullback Travis Wilson, and cornerback Randy Jordan signed with the San Diego Chargers and both linebackers Josh Buhl and Bryan Hickman signed with the Cleveland Browns. Offensive guard Ryan Lilja signed with the Kansas City Chiefs. Andrew Shull went to the Detroit Lions, who enjoyed one of their best NFL drafts in recent years. Shull be joining former Big 12 stars Roy Williams and Teddy Lehman who were taken in the draft. The Indianapolis Colts signed Thomas Houchin and former K-State running back Daniel Davis, who sat out last season for disciplinary problems.

Quarterback Ell Roberson, defensive tackle Justin Montgomery, safety James McGill, and tight ends Thomas Hill and Travon Magee are still out there, unsigned, but could earn invitations to try out before next season.


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