Another member of the vaunted NFL Veteran Combine Class of 2015 has gotten a job, or at least an application for one.
According to D. Orlando Ledbetter of the Atlanta Journal Constitution, the Falcons have brought former first-round pick Adam Carriker to minicamp this week on a tryout basis.
Carriker was the 13th overall pick in 2007 by the Rams, and got a lucrative free agent deal from Washington, before a pair of quadriceps tears and three surgeries derailed his career.
He hasn’t played since early in the 2012 season, but for the price of free, the Falcons figured it couldn’t hurt.
The Falcons have also brought in 10 other players on a tryout basis for coach Dan Quinn’s first minicamp: Cornerback Derek Cox, cornerback Kennard Cox, wide receiver B.J. Hamilton, tackle Nate Menkin, running back Horace Miller, running back Carlton Mitchell, fullback Collin Mooney, running back Evan Royster, guard Tevita Stevens and wide receiver Stephen Williams were practicing with the Falcons as tryout players.