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West Point graduate chasing dream of being in NFL
“It would be awesome to make the team, and I truly hope I do, but my journey won’t be over regardless of what happens here.”
If No. 53 is on the 53-man roster in just over a week, he’ll likely join a U.S. Army Reserve Unit as a lieutenant.
“I’d probably take some time off and travel, but I wouldn’t mind getting back in uniform to continuing serve our country,” he said. “I was a foreign-area studies major with a focus on international politics and a minor in biomedical environmental engineering, so there are a lot of things I could do.”
Browns coach Eric Mangini said the preseason game in Detroit is only one part of his evaluation process, deciding who to cut and keep.
“Really, I work off of a sheet that I’ve had since I’ve been a head coach,” Mangini said. “It’s kind of a worksheet based on how many you keep by position. … It’s not really just happening this week, it’s something that I look at every day or every other day.”
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