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Another “Tryout Tuesday” is in the books

Tim Shaw, Mardy Gilyard AP

Every Tuesday, various NFL teams bring a bunch of unemployed players in for a tire kicking.  Every Wednesday, we get our hands on the list.

And since some of you are interested, we share that information right here.

This Tuesday, the following teams worked out the following players.

Panthers:  receiver Donnie Avery, defensive end Adrian Awasom, receiver Juaquin Iglesias, defensive end Jeremy Jarmon.

Bengals: running back Larry Johnson, running back Clinton Portis, and receiver Brett Swain.

Lions:  receiver Terrence McCrae, receiver Owen Spencer.

Packers:  tackle Tony Moll.

Texans:  guard Daniel Loper, center Chris Morris, tackle Ikechuku Ndukwe, center Chris White, guard Mansfield Wrotto.

Colts:  quarterback Brodie Croyle, receiver Jeremy Ross.

Vikings:  defensive end Ugo Chinasa, tackle Max Starks.

Patriots:  tight end Jake O’Connell, running back Lousaka Polite, running back Charles Scott.

Saints:  tackle Pat McQuistan, tackle Ray Willis.

Giants:  tight end Richard Quinn.

Raiders:  defensive back Ron Parker.

Eagles:  running back Aaron Brown, defensive end Everette Brown, running back Dimitri Nance.

Rams:  receiver Chris Brooks, defensive back Mike Holmes, defensive back Bryan McCann, receiver Adam Mims, defensive back Jeremy Ware.

Seahawks:  receiver Charly Martin.

Buccaneers:  tight end Daniel Coats, tight end Derek Schouman, tight end Steve Skelton.

Titans:  receiver David Clowney, receiver Craig Davis, receiver Mardy Gilyard (pictured), receiver Johnnie Lee Higgins, receiver Tiquan Underwood.

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10 Responses to “Another “Tryout Tuesday” is in the books”
  1. seneca1ss says: Sep 28, 2011 4:54 PM

    Why isn’t Deandre McDaniel playing in the NFL? he was supposed to be the #1 Strong Safety in this years draft from Clemson. I wanted the Bucs to pick him up

  2. Deb says: Sep 28, 2011 5:18 PM

    Why does this list never have the Steelers kicking tires on any offensive linemen? After what happened Sunday night, if we don’t sign someone, we’ll have to suit up the hot-dog vendors :(

  3. favreforever says: Sep 28, 2011 5:28 PM

    If it’s Tuesday this must be the Bengals.

  4. mdd913 says: Sep 28, 2011 5:37 PM

    McDaniel signed with the Saints but got nailed in the first round of cuts.

    What I’m curious is how the Patriots can try out McQuistan on Tuesday and then the Saints sign him Wednesday morning. Must be some lines of communication between the two teams.

  5. realitypolice says: Sep 28, 2011 5:52 PM

    I always like this list, because there is always someone on it that I didn’t know was unemployed.

    The surprise this week was Brodie Croyle. I thought he was still backing up Cassel in KC.

  6. theytukrjobs says: Sep 28, 2011 6:02 PM

    I swear the Vikings are obsessed with defensive ends, despite that not really being their weakness at all right now. They had a ton of them in camp and every time I turn around they are kicking tires on someone else.

  7. jlb10 says: Sep 28, 2011 6:29 PM

    why would the raiders try out ron parker when he signed with them 2 days ago?

  8. seananagan says: Sep 28, 2011 6:43 PM

    Why aren’t the Vikings trying out a new offensive coordinator?

  9. staffordsyear says: Sep 29, 2011 3:57 AM

    Two things stand out to me: I’ve seen Aaron brown play, he fast as Hell and he’s pretty versatile from what I’ve seen with the lions and I’m surprised he hasn’t caught on with a team. Second: I’m still slighty shocked Clinton portis hasn’t found a team.

  10. cmutimmah says: Sep 30, 2011 9:02 AM

    Portis wants too much money… plus, you could pay Aaron Brown or an undrafted back significantly less to be a backup and you’ll get a guy with less wear and tear…

    I’m surprised Johnny Lee Higgins is still out there… he’s fast, and returns kicks too… seems to be a versatile enough guy… must not be able to provide anything on special teams.

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