Two players that last participated in a regular season game back in 2004 — I was 10 years old then! — have not given up their professional dreams
Former Eagles cornerback Bobby Taylor, now 36, is telling players that he’s looking for a chance to work out for teams, according to NFP’s Brad Biggs. A return after such a long absence is unusual to say the least, but perhaps he can get a team to take a look at him.
It’s highly unlikely Quincy Carter will ever even get a tryout in the NFL again. He can’t even get a private workout with a UFL team.
Instead, Carter showed up on Saturday for an open tryout for the Florida Tuskers, coached by Jay Gruden. More than 500 players participated in the workout.
It’s easy to poke fun at Carter here, but we admire his persistence. He’s been working as a personal trainer with former Falcon Terrence Mathis and we wish him well.