Blue Bomber Report Record: 7–11–0

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A look at the other names, aside from QBs, on the Bomber neg list, obtained by The Free Press on Monday:

Mario Addison DE Troy

Undrafted in 2011, signed by the Bears, then to the Colts, now with the Redskins. Has played end and now linebacker.


Terrence Austin WR UCLA

Seventh-round pick of the Redskins in 2010, he was one of the club’s last cuts this season and is now a free agent. Played in 18 games over two years with Washington and pulled in 15 passes.


Josh Bellamy WR Louisville

On the Kansas City Chiefs practice roster after standing out as undrafted player at their rookie mini-camp. Ran a 4.47 and played some corner as well at Louisville.


Claude Davis DE South Florida

Wasn’t drafted and was injured around the time NFL teams expressed an interest. Signed earlier this month with the Bay Area Pirates of something called the United Football Federation.


Desia Dunn DB Fresno State

Had a stint with Arizona Cardinals and then in the Arena League.


Pat Edwards WR Houston

Currently on the Detroit Lions’ practice squad; was the Conference USA Offensive Player of the Year in 2011.


Dequin Evans DL Kentucky

On the Cincinnati Bengals practice squad and former starter with the Wildcats.


LaQuinton Evans WR Southern

Cut by the Tennessee Titans in August. Just FYI: very cool nickname — ‘Smoke.’


Jeff Fuller WR Texas A&M

Now with the Miami Dolphins on their PR; Big target (6-4) set school record for career TD receptions.


Tyrell Gaddies DL Louisiana at Lafayette

Former Rajin’ Cajuns star is a defensive tackle listed at 6-2, 275.


Darryl Gamble DE Georgia

Undrafted out of Georgia, Gamble first signed with San Diego and is now on Washington’s practice roster.


Greg Gatson DB Arkansas

Small by NFL standards at 5-11, 165, Gatson is on the San Diego practice roster.


Logan Harrell DL Fresno State

Defensive end was a 2010 All-WAC Allstar. Another member of the Chargers PR squad.


Kareem Huggins RB Hofstra

Cut by New England in August. Spent two years with the Tampa Bay. Rushed for 2,188 yards and 21 touchdowns at Hofstra.


LeQuan Lewis DB Arizona State

Cornerback; was just released by Dallas after being snatched off the New York Jets’ practice squad.


Eric Norwood DE South Carolina

Former first-team All-American in 2009 after setting school records in sacks and tackles for losses. Was cut by Carolina in August.


Ty Nsekhe OT Texas State

Human eclipse of a man at 6-8, 325 who is on the St. Louis Rams practice squad.


Louis Nzegwu DE Wisconsin

Added to the Dolphins PR last week after being dumped by Atlanta.


Junior Onyeali DE Arizona State

A junior with the Sun Devils who starts at defensive end.


Dj Porter DB Stony Brook

Led Big South conference in interceptions last year.


Armond Smith RB Union College

Undrafted free agent first signed by Cleveland, now on the Carolina practice roster.


Corey Smith LB Cincinnati

Starred with the Bearcats.


Deonte Thompson WR Florida

Former Florida Gator is on the Baltimore Ravens active roster.


Ross Weaver CB Michigan State

Has had stints wit Miami, Seattle, Dallas and the Jacksonville Sharks (indoor) and was released from Detroit’s practice squad in September.


Martez Wilson LB Illinois

On the active roster of the New Orleans Saints; drafted in the third round of 2011.


Note: the Oct. 8 Bomber neg list included Jawann Westerman, Vincent Agnew, R.J. Archer, James Carmon and Wallace Miles, all currently on the Bomber practice roster, as well as Lee Barbiasz, who reported to Winnipeg but left a day later.

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