Lloyd, 6-6, 280 lbs., played with the Cleveland Browns practice squad prior
to signing with the Redskins practice squad. In spring 2002, he was
allocated to NFL Europe by the New York Jets and gained a season of
experience with the Frankfurt Galaxy. He recorded 30 tackles, four and a
half sacks, two pass deflections and a blocked field goal. He entered the
NFL as a rookie free agent with Green Bay in April 2001 and was cut shortly
after training camp.
He played college ball at Tennessee and appeared in 46 games, starting 10
with 75 career tackles, four sacks, seven tackles for loss and one INT.
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