As is the case every year, once the draft comes to an end, there are many players still looking for a home. Usually, those undrafted players quickly sign with a team and get ready to go to work. Often times it is better for a player to go undrafted instead of getting picked in the final round. Players can assess their situation and see if a team has a need at their position or has shown a lot of interest in them. In some cases, players simply choose to stay closer to home.
According to Aaron Wilson of The Baltimore Sun and The National Football Post, Baltimore Ravens’ quarterback Joe Flacco’s little brother, Matt, has signed with the San Diego Chargers.
The brother of Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco is signing an undrafted free agent contract with the San Diego Chargers, according to a league source.
Mike Flacco, 26, declared early for the NFL draft after being selected as a third-team Division II All-American in his first season at New Haven.
Flacco, a tight end who attended New Haven, made 30 catches for 591 yards and nine touchdowns last season.