Philadelphia, PA (Sports Network) - As NFL teams began signing undrafted
rookie free agents Tuesday morning, the Miami Dolphins swooped in for former
University of Delaware quarterback Pat Devlin.
During the NFL lockout, Devlin was said to be targeting a team as the best fit
for him. ESPN.com reported that Devlin signed a three-year contract.
The 6-foot-3, 225-pound Devlin led Delaware to the FCS championship game as a
fifth-year senior last season. He threw for 5,696 yards and 38 touchdowns in
two seasons with the Blue Hens after transferring in from Penn State.
His former Delaware, teammate, defensive back Anthony Walters, agreed to terms
with the Chicago Bears.
Other top undrafted FCS players to agree to terms included Elon quarterback
Scott Riddle (Jacksonville Jaguars) and Arkansas-Pine Bluff wide receiver
Raymond Webber (Tampa Bay Buccaneers).
Other signings, according to nepatriotsdraft.com, included Illinois State
offensive tackle Chris Riley (Cincinnati Bengals), Old Dominion
defensive end Deron Mayo (Denver Broncos), Jacksonville State offensive tackle
Curt Porter (Denver Broncos), Tennessee State linebacker Sidney Tarver
(Cleveland Browns), Northern Arizona wide receiver Davieun Curry-Chapman
(Arizona Cardinals), Northern Iowa tight ends Schuylar Oordt (St. Louis Rams)
and Ryan Mahaffey (Baltimore Ravens), Elon wide receiver Sean Jeffcoat
(Arizona Cardinals), Chattanooga offensive lineman Chris Harr (Kansas City
Chiefs) and Yale long snapper Tom McCarthy (Atlanta Falcons)
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