Maryland QB in camp

The Green Bay Packers signed three more undrafted rookie free agents, including former University of Maryland quarterback Scott McBrien. All joined the Packers in time to participate in post-draft minicamp workouts this weekend.<p>

McBrien, 24, started two years at Maryland, after transferring from West Virginia just prior to the 2001 season. The 6-foot, 181-pound McBrien, a left-handed quarterback, completed 173 of 314 passes for 2,672 yards in 2003, with 19 touchdowns and only six interceptions. As a senior he also ran for 375 yards on 82 carries and six touchdowns.

As a redshirt freshman at West Virginia in 2000, he started one game and saw extensive relief action.

McBrien joined Brett Favre, Doug Pederson and Craig Nall in the Packers' post-draft minicamp this weekend.

The Packers also signed wide receivers Sam Breeden and Chris Shreve.

Breeden, 24, played his senior season (2003) at NAIA Northwestern Oklahoma State University. In 13 games last year, he led the Rangers in receiving (62 catches, 675 yards, six touchdowns), helping the team advance to the NAIA national championship.

The 6-foot-3, 220-pound Breeden earned third-team All-America honors in 2003. Ahmad Carroll's teammate at Arkansas, Breeden played for the Razorbacks from 2000-01. He was ineligible in 2002 before transferring to NOSU in time for the '03 campaign. The receiver played at Butler County (Kan.) Community College in 1999, when the club won the national junior college championship.

Shreve, 22, earned a scholarship as a senior at Virginia Tech and caught only 14 career passes for 265 yards and three touchdowns. But he runs 4.36 seconds in the 40-yard dash, so the Packers are taking a good look at him in the current post-draft minicamp.


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