Former Michigan running back Fitz Toussaint has found a him win the NFL despite the fact that he went undrafted in this weekend’s NFL Draft. After searching for running back help in the draft but not finding it, the Baltimore Ravens have decided to invite Toussaint to their minicamop this summer to see is he can make the team.
Ravens have invited Michigan running back Fitz Toussaint to rookie minicamp on tryout basis, according to a source
— Aaron Wilson (@RavensInsider) May 12, 2014
Toussaint was the Wolverines starting running back but suffered a few different injuries that shortened his playing time but took a toll on his body. He enters the NFL with some concerns about his health, but there’s hope that he can stay healthy enough to make the Ravens roster as a rotational running back behind Ray Rice and Bernard Pierce.
Either way, Toussaint is getting a shot at the NFL and may end up auditioning for another team while he’s at Ravens camp this summer.