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 his own twitter, former Washington Huskies’ quarterback Keith Price will be staying near home, inking a deal with the defending champion Seattle Seahawks.
Keith Price tweets he’s been signed as an UDFA by the #Seahawks.
— Marshall Cherrington (@mcherrington22) May 10, 2014
Price was once thought of as a legitimate NFL prospect but saw his stock fall during the regular season. A supposed excellent Pro Day was not enough to get him into the draft. Price completed 233 of 352 passes for 2,966 yards with 21 touchdowns and six interceptions last season.