Former Missouri defensive end Michael Sam was drafted last year by St. Louis but was cut by the Rams before the season began. He then played on the Dallas Cowboys’ practice squad before being released. He has another chance to catch on in the NFL as he and was among the players invited to the inaugural NFL Veteran Combine on March 22 in Tempe, Ariz.
Former Missouri defensive end Michael Sam was drafted last year by St. Louis but was cut by the Rams before the season began. He then played on the Dallas Cowboys’ practice squad before being released. He has another chance to catch on in the NFL as he and was among the players invited to the inaugural NFL Veteran Combine on March 22 in Tempe, Ariz. File photo by Paul Moseley McClatchy-Tribune
Former Missouri defensive end Michael Sam was drafted last year by St. Louis but was cut by the Rams before the season began. He then played on the Dallas Cowboys’ practice squad before being released. He has another chance to catch on in the NFL as he and was among the players invited to the inaugural NFL Veteran Combine on March 22 in Tempe, Ariz. File photo by Paul Moseley McClatchy-Tribune
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Michael Sam, two other ex-Missouri Tigers invited to inaugural NFL Veteran Combine

March 11, 2015 05:29 PM

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