Former MSU Players Get Cut from NFL Teams
Just a small bump in the road for these two.
406 MT Sports is reporting that former Bobcat football standouts Travis Jonsen and Bryce Sterk have been cut by the NFL teams they were training with.
Travis Jonsen, who played wide receiver, wild cat quarterback and a litany of other positions for the Bobcats was waived by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers due to an injury designation. Jonsen had an uphill battle with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, they have one of the most talented and deep wide receiver groups in the NFL.
Bryce Sterk, who was an All American defensive end, signed with Miami Dolphins and was actually competing to play as a tight end. Even though he has shown the ability to adapt to many positions just needs more time developing as a tight end.
Both Travis Jonsen and Bryce Sterk still have plenty of opportunities to play in the NFL, they will need to keep training and working on getting better because one team will definitely need their exceptional skills one day.
Jonsen and Sterk weren't drafted in the NFL Draft back in April and signed as undrafted free agents. One of the things that hurt their draft profiles was during the coronavirus pandemic Montana State wasn't able to hold a Pro Day to show off these players skills in front of scouts.
Now both Jonsen and Sterk are on the open market and can sign to any team and their best shot this year is probably getting signed to an NFL teams practice squad.
We want to wish them the best of luck!
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