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2022 NFL undrafted free agent tracker: Falcons sign Tyler Vrabel, son of Titans coach Mike Vrabel

The 2022 NFL Draft has ended, with 262 players hearing their names called over the past three days. But for those players who didn’t hear their names called, hope is not lost. Shortly after the draft concluded, teams quickly began reaching out to the best college players still available.

Many future NFL stars began their careers as undrafted rookies. The list includes former quarterbacks Kurt Warner, Warren Moon, and Tony Romo, Lions legend Dick “Night Train” Lane, legendary giants defensive back Emlen Tunnell, vikings Hall of Fame pass-rusher John Randle, future Hall of Fame tight end Anthony Gatesand former Defensive Player of the Year james harrison, among others. Who will be the next undrafted rookie to join this list of NFL greats?

Below is a team-by-team rundown of every undrafted free agent signing — including Boston College’s Tyler Vrabel, son of Titans coach Mike Vrabel, landing with the Falcons. Each player will begin the journey of trying to latch onto either a practice squad spot or a spot on a regular-season roster.

Each signing is a report and not an official team announcement.

Darrell Baker, CB, Georgia Southern

Jared Bernhardt, QB, Ferris State
Derrick Tangelo, DT, Penn State
Tyler Vrabel, OT, Boston College

Charles Wiley, LB, UTSA
Zakoby McClain, LB, Auburn

Jalen Wydermyer, TE, Texas A&M
Prince Emily, DT, Penn
Malik Williams, WR, Appalachian State

Charleston Rambo, WR, Miami

Allie Green, BC, Missouri
Kadofi Wright, LB, Buffalo
Savon Scarver, WR, Utah State
Jake Tonges, TE, Cal
Jack Sanborn, LB, Wisconsin
Jaylon Jones, DB, Mississippi

Shermari Jones, RB, Coastal Carolina
Devin Cochran, OL, Georgia Tech

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Felix Harper, QB, Alcorn State
Isaiah Weston, WR, Northern Iowa
Mike Harley, WR, Miami
Zaire Mitchell-Paden, TE, FAU

Big Kat Bryant, EDGE, UCF
Juanyeh Thomas, S, Georgia Tech
Aaron Shampklin, RB, Harvard
Isaac Taylor-Stuart, USC
Alec Lindstrom, C, Boston College
La’Kendrick Van Zandt, SS, TCU

Jalen Virgil, WR, Appalachian State
Chris Allen, LB, Alabama
Ja’Quan McMillian, BC, East Carolina
Cortez Davis, BC, Hawaii
Brandon Johnson, WR, UCF

Detroit Lions

Kalil Pimpleton, WR, Central Michigan

To be announced.

To be announced.

Ryan Van Demark, OT, UConn
Dallis Flowers, BC, Pittsburg State
Jack Coan, QB, Notre Dame

Josh Thompson, DB, Texas

Jack Cochrane, LB, South Dakota
Dustin Crum, QB, Kent State
Tayon Fleet-Davis, RB, Maryland

Zach VanValkenburg, EDGE, Iowa
Chase Garbers, QB, Calif.
Sam Webb, BC, Missouri Western

Brandon Peters, QB, Illinois
Stone Smartt, TE, Old Dominion
James McCourt, K, Ill.

Cameron Dicker, K, Texas

Kellen Diesch, OL, Arizona State
ZaQuandre White, RB, South Carolina

minnesota vikings

Luiji Vilain, EDGE, Wake Forest

Brenden Schooler, S, Texas
D’Eriq King, QB, Miami

Rashid Shaheed, WR/KR, Weber State
Abram Smith, RB, Baylor
Smoke Monday, S, Saints

New York Giants

Darren Evans, CB, LSU
Jeremiah Hall, FB/H-back, Oklahoma

Zonovan “Bam” Knight, RB, NC State

Mario Goodrich, CB, Clemson
Carson Strong, QB, Nevada

Jaylen Warren, RB, Oklahoma
Chris OwensOL, Alabama
Mataeo Durant, RB, Duke

Tay Martin, WR, Oklahoma State
According to Olubi, LB, San Diego State

Levi Lewis, QB, Louisiana-Lafayette
Kaleb Eleby, QB, Western Michigan

Kyler McMichael, BC, North Carolina
Ryan Bowman, DL, Washington
Olakunle Fatukasi, LB, Rutgers
Kaylon Geiger, WR, Texas Tech

Caleb Shudak, K, Iowa
Reggie Roberson Jr., WR, SMU
Tre Swilling, BC, Georgia Tech
David Anenih, pass rusher, Houston
Jayden Peevy, DT, Texas A&M

Shequez Ezzard, WR, Sam Houston State

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