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Sixteen Former Wildcats Make NFL Rosters

Kansas State had 15 players on active rosters and one on a practice squad after NFL teams were mandated to trim their rosters for the upcoming season during the weekend. Of the 16 players, 10 are on offense and six are on defense.

Sixteen Former Wildcats Make NFL Rosters

Kansas State saw 16 of its former football players make NFL rosters when teams were mandated to trim their rosters to 53 active players on Saturday. Of the 16 players, nine are on offense and seven are on defense.

Three Former Wildcats Sign with NFL Teams

Three former Kansas State letter-winners — long snapper Corey Adams, defensive back Stephen Harrison and running back-kick returner William Powell — have agreed to free agent deals with NFL clubs as of Wednesday afternoon. Adams agreed to terms with the Dallas Cowboys, Harrison signed a deal with the San Diego Chargers, and Powell inked a free agent contract with the Arizona Cardinals.

Corey Adams to Play in NFLPA All-Star Game

Kansas State’s Corey Adams will showcase his long-snapping ability Feb. 5 in the 2011 NFL Players Association All-Star Game as a member of Team Nation. The contest, formerly known as the Texas vs. The Nation All-Star Game, will be played in San Antonio, Texas, and will feature NFL draft-eligible, senior college football players with connections to the state of Texas in an all-star game against players from the other 49 states.

K-State Places 14 Players on NFL Rosters

Kansas State placed 14 former players on NFL rosters when teams were mandated to trim their rosters to 53 active players Saturday. Of the 14 players, eight are on offense and six are on defense. The longest-tenured former Wildcats include running back Rock Cartwright (ninth season), safety Jon McGraw (ninth season) and cornerback Terence Newman (eighth season). Two players from the 2009 Wildcats captured spots on active rosters — sixth-round draft pick Joshua Moore remained on the Chicago Bears’ active roster, while wide receiver Brandon Banks made the 53-man roster for the Washington Redskins as an undrafted rookie free agent.

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