'I was trying not to cry' Learning to survive "The rest of the time I had to figure it out," he said. "I always bought my protein shakes from some store. Then I was trying to figure out the next meal. Other times I was lucky where I made a friend and was invited over to eat.
Another former Kansas City Chiefs tight end has wound up with the Washington Football Team this offseason. Seals-Jones, 26, enters his fifth year in the NFL after joining the Arizona Cardinals as an undrafted free agent in 2017. He made a stop in Cleveland in 2019 before joining the Chiefs ahead of the 2020 NFL season.
When the Washington Football Team signed tight end Sammis Reyes last month, they didn’t know what to expect from the former college basketball player.Reyes’s athleticism was apparent, which helped land him in Washington in the first place.Reyes, who participated in the NFL’s International Player Pathway Program, was so impressive in workouts that Washington signed him before he ever completed the program.
The Washington Football Team wrapped up their two-day rookie minicamp on Saturday.The media was present for both days of the minicamp, giving fans a chance to see all of Washington’s draft picks on the field for the first time.In the two days, we saw plenty of tight end Sammis Reyes working diligently with tight ends coach Pete Hoener.
The Washington Football Team completed its two-day rookie minicamp on Saturday.The camp, which featured just 16 rookies on the field, was a positive experience for head coach Ron Rivera and his coaching staff.The biggest highlight of Washington’s second day of rookie minicamp was the appearance of former WFT head coach Norv Turner.
We have released TE Marcus Baugh pic.twitter.com/VDjsv3B5hr — Washington Football Team (@WashingtonNFL) May 10, 2021 Washington has been making moves over the last month at tight end that made Baugh expendable.Last month they signed Sammis Reyes, a former basketball player who just switched to football, and is an athletic freak.
Sammis Reyes exited high school with dreams of playing in the NBA.Now he hopes to be the latest former Division I basketball player to make it as an NFL tight end with the Washington Football Team.He would also become the first Chilean-born player to make a 53-man roster.