According to their own, respective Twitter accounts former Utah State football players Diondre Borel, Rajric Coleman and Chris Randle have signed free agent contracts to play with NFL teams. Randle, a conerback for the Aggies, is going to the Dallas Cowboys. At approximately 7 p.m. Monday night Randle was the first of the Aggie free agents to make an announcement on Twitter. @Cran_7 “I will be singing(sic) with the Dallas Cowboys. Thanks for everybody that supports me! #leggo” Borel, USU’s starting quarterback for the last two seasons, signed a deal with the Green Bay Packers. His announcement on Twitter came late Monday night before midnight. @D1_Beast12 “Its official, I’m to the Green Bay Packers, #leggo” Coleman, a safety, will be going to the Buffalo Bills. His announcement came at about the same time as Borel’s on Twitter. @REPNthe27 “Yump its official I’m a buffalo bill” Those three join Curtis Marsh, who was drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles, as they all report this week with their respective NFL teams. The NFL lockout ended this week and teams are quickly filling up their rosters to prepare for the upcoming season.
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