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Ravens Try Out Former Texas State QB Bradley George
OWINGS MILLS, Md. – The Baltimore Ravens brought in undrafted Texas State quarterback Bradley George to try out at their rookie minicamp.
The 6-foot-6, 223-pounder was called by the Ravens on Wednesday and arrived in Baltimore at 1 a.m. before arriving at the team’s training complex at 6:30 a.m. after getting a few hours of sleep.
“I’m a little tired right now,” George said. “It’s exciting to be here, so I’m working on adrenaline.”
The Ravens plan to only have George at Friday’s practice after George split snaps with former Holy Cross quarterback Domonic Randolph, who’s also trying out, during today’s workout.
George said he doesn’t know yet if he’ll be invited to next week’s passing camp.
George is Texas State’s career leader in passing yards with 9,556, touchdowns with 76, completions with 753, attempts with 1,277, total yards of offense with 9,798 and pass efficiency with a 136.0 rating.
Last season, George was named the Southland Conference Offensive Player of hte Year as he passed for 3,121 yards
George had a tryout in April with the Seattle Seahawks.
“I just want to show the coaches what I can do,” George said. “I want to get my foot in the door.”
The Ravens usually only have three quarterbacks on the roster, including the offseason.
National Football Post