With the NFL strike officially over Free Agent signings have begun so the time seemed right to look at some of the Free Agents picked up from the divisions Balladeer’s Blog covers.

Since I’m starting with Giovanni Stanley of the Whittier College Poets (one of my Cool-Named Team of the Day entries from awhile back) that’s why the Poets’ logo is featured here. Stanley stayed on the west coast by signing with the San Diego Chargers. Another wideout, Mike Preston of the Heidelberg Student Princes, signed with the Tennessee Titans and a third, Jared Jenkins of the Stevens Point Pointers, signed with Detroit. 

From the Mt Union Purple Raiders, TE Kyle Miller went to the Jacksonville Jaguars, while the San Francisco 49ers kept the run on D3 Wide Receivers going by signing Tyler Beiler from the Bridgewater Eagles. Dozens more from the D3 ranks are expected to be signed over the next few days.

BIG D3 FAN? CHECK OUT MY 20 COOLEST-NAMED TEAMS IN D3 LIST HERE: https://glitternight.com/d3-20-coolest/

HERE’S A TASTE OF MY D3 FOOTBALL COVERAGE FROM LAST YEAR – https://glitternight.com/2010/12/04/december-4ths-college-football-results/


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