"I think it's a great time for me to show everything that I've worked for all this time," Dillard said of the opportunity to try out for the Patriots. "I just need to play hard and play the game that I've always loved. I felt like New England was a better fit for what I bring to the table. The coaches showed a lot of interest in me from the beginning."
Considine signs with the Green Bay Packers after starting 36 straight games on the Bulldog offensive line the past three years. One of the Bulldogs most versatile offensive linemen in recent history, the Arlington, Texas native said he is happy to get an opportunity.
"I was just glad to get a chance," said Considine, who started at both guard and tackle during his college career. "I think it would awesome to play for them. It's such a relief to get the call and know I've got a chance to go up there. More than being excited, I was relieved."
Muse signed with the defending Super Bowl champion New York Giants. The defensive tackle was named second team all-Western Athletic Conference following a senior season that saw him register 47 tackles, including 4.5 sacks.