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Raiders sign safety Marcus McWilson

The Oakland Raiders signed yet another player that took part in their rookie mini-camp on a tryout basis. Former Kentucky safety Marcus McWilson was the fourth player to tryout for the Raiders and then receive a contract with the team. The Raiders had signed linebacker Najee Harris and defensive linemen Chris Casher and LaTroy Lewis…
Via Pro Football Talk
May 15, 2017

Raiders add undrafted Kentucky safety Marcus McWilson after tryout

Following rookie minicamp, the Raiders signed three unrafted players and waived three others. That left them at 89 players with one open spot on the offseason roster. They have used that open spot to sign safety Marcus McWilson out of Kentucky. The 6-0, 198-pound safety started ten games last season for the Wildcats, the most of his four-year career at Kentucky. In those 10 starts...
Via Silver and Black Pride
May 15, 2017

Kentucky Football: Marcus McWilson Headed to the Oakland Raiders

Former Kentucky football safety Marcus McWilson is hitting the West Coast as he signs with the Oakland Raiders. Add Marcus McWilson to the list of former Kentucky football players to sign on with a team during free agency. According...
Via Wildcat Blue Nation
May 09, 2017

Former Kentucky DB Marcus McWilson signs with Oakland Raiders

LEXINGTON, Ky. — Marcus McWilson has been given a shot in the NFL. The former Kentucky defensive back has signed with the Oakland Raiders after not being selected in the draft. McWilson recorded 66 tackles in both of his last two seasons with Kentucky. He had 4.5 tackles for loss in 2016 and returned his only interception for a 45-yard touchdown en route to Kentucky’s 40-38 win against...
Via SEC Country
May 08, 2017

Kentucky practice report: Defensive players and coaches talk Senior Day

LEXINGTON, Ky. —  Kentucky is in the middle of preparing for Austin Peay and defensive players and coaches were available to talk after Wednesday evening’s practice. Kickoff against the Governors is set for 4:30 p.m. ET Saturday at Commonwealth Stadium. The game will be broadcast on SEC Network. Here’s what you need to know from the latest round of interviews. What we learned ...
Via SEC Country
November 16, 2016

3 Kentucky players help family in Ethiopa

Three members of the Kentucky Wildcats football program are showing the rest of the college world just how great of people they are off the field. The players — Austin MacGinnis, Marcus McWilson, and Alex Montgomery — are currently in Ethiopa to help those in need. The players are helping feed families, while playing with children and helping to prepare the local homes for the upcoming...
Via Campus Sports Net
May 23, 2015  |  Discuss

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