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Topic - Dexter Mcdougle
After being the only Maryland Terrapin selected in this year's NFL Draft, former cornerback Dexter McDougle has officially inked with his new team. Details here.
The New York Jets needed depth at tight end and wide receiver in the NFL draft.
Despite missing most of the 2013 season with injury, Terps cornerback Dexter McDougle is now a New York Jet. Details here.
McDougle, from Falmouth, Va., wasn't highly touted entering the draft after missing the final nine games last season with an injured shoulder. But his 4.4 speed made him an active playmaker when healthy at Maryland, where he had three interceptions last season, including one for a touchdown.
The New York Jets have selected speedy Maryland cornerback Dexter McDougle in the third round of the NFL draft.
Dexter McDougle's pre-draft visits continue. He's headed to New Jersey now to meet with an AFC East team.
While former Maryland cornerback Dexter McDougle is on the mend, another member of the defensive backfield appears set to be going under the knife.
Following a four-month recovery from extensive shoulder surgery, Dexter McDougle says he's finally back in action.
Randy Edsall has been supportive of senior Dexter McDougle since the senior went down with a season-ending injury. Now McDougle has answered Edsall's critics in his own way.
Dexter McDougle's unexpected odyssey around Memorial Stadium took him from the goal line to one sideline and then the other, a Clemson missed field goal the impetus for the junior cornerback's way-too-long run.
Jeremiah Johnson was not sure exactly when he would arrive at Maryland.
Dexter McDougle didn't think it was a big deal. Not at first, anyway.
"I'm back, I'm healthy," McDougle said during a conference call.