Free to Move

Hours after the NFL lockout concluded former Penn State players who are free agents started making moves to teams.

Given that NFL teams are permitted to have 90-player rosters to open preseason camp this year, it's expected to be one of the craziest free agency periods in NFL history. A few former Nittany Lions we're picked up by squads out of the gate on Monday evening, each agreeing to terms. They are expected to officially sign on Tuesday.

Chris Colasanti (LB) and Brett Brackett (TE/WR) saw immediate action with offers from the Indianapolis Colts and Miami Dolphins, respectively.

Among the other undrafted free agents from Penn State are:

Lou Eliades (OL)
Bani Gbadyu (LB)
Ollie Ogbu (DT)
Collin Wagner (PK)

The extended roster openings certainly provide added opportunity for these prospects.

There are also several former NFL veterans from Penn State who are free agents, including:

Anthony Adams, DT, Chicago Bears
John Gilmore, TE, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Tamba Hali, LB, Kansas City Chiefs
Jeremy Kapinos, P, Pittsburgh Steelers
Paul Posluszny, LB, Buffalo Bills
Michael Robinson, RB, Seattle Seahawks

Undrafted free agent signings can commence at 10 am on Tuesday with veteran free agent discussions allowed on Tuesday as well. Veteran FAs can sign begning on Friday of this week. Get into the discussion and debate on our Total Access Board.


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