Former Louisville running back Brandon Radcliff has signed a deal with the Tennessee Titans, according to a statement from the team.
Radcliff, who went undrafted this spring, was signed to the Indianapolis Colts, but released in June. He was linked to a workout and potential deal with the Pittsburgh Steelers last week, but opted to sign with the Titans instead.
As a member with the Titans, Radcliff will be fighting for a spot on the 53-man roster, alongside former Pro Bowler DeMarco Murray and former Heisman Trophy winner Derrick Henry.
Radcliff ended his collegiate career with a career-high 903 yards and six touchdowns in 2016, and posted 12 TDs in 2014. The former Louisville back ended his career with 2365 rushing yards and 26 touchdowns on the ground.
The Titans open their preseason schedule on August 12th against the New York Jets. The Titans also host the Panthers (Aug. 19) and Bears (Aug. 27), before closing the preseason on the road against the Chiefs (Aug. 31).
Louisville legend, Brandon Radcliff worked out for the Pittsburgh Steelers today as a free agent. Radcliff finished the 2016 season with 903 yards, averaging 6.5+ yards a carry.
They had my guy Brandon Radcliff on ESPN College Football Live today. He talks about believing the Cards are a top 4 team, Lamar & Houston. Here is the link to the video.
Here are Brandon Radcliff’s highlights from Saturday’s win over Wake Forest at PJCS.
Head coach Bobby Petrino pleased with the team after first day of practice
Louisville, Ky. — Winners of eight of its last 10 games last season, the University of Louisville football team returned to the practice fields on Wednesday for a pair of practices as the 2016 season officially opened.
As has been tradition during head coach Bobby Petrino‘s tenure, the newcomers and a select number of second-year players worked out in the morning, while the veterans came out in the afternoon for a separate practice.
Today the 2016 UofL Football captains were named today: (Click on More for the Pic)
Here are the top 5 rushing plays brought to you by Louisville Football. How many involve Lamar? Watch and enjoy.
Today the Cards held the first open practice of the spring season. They will also have open practices on Tuesday the 29th, Wednesday the 30th, Tuesday April 5th and Wednesday April 6th. This will lead up to the Spring game Saturday April 16th at 1pm at Papa Johns Cardinal Stadium. They did interviews with Coach Petrino, SR LB Keith Kelsey and SR RB Brandon Radcliff. Enjoy!
This week on 55……….
We talk commitments……HUGE commitments. How the Cards are doing under Bobby P. Red-White scrimmage tickets go on sale. Hot dogs, Nelson, Intrastate rivals and more. Is there one more big commitment in the CARDS for UofL this week? I say L yeah! So strap in, here are the 55 most ridiculous things I have heard, had to debate, or just thought about this past week. This …..is……55.
1) ACC ACC ACC ACC ACC ACC ACC ACC ACC ACC ACC………..I’m really not sure if I said it enough times but ACC ACC ACC ACC ACC ACC. My bad, I know that was the same #1 as it was last week but so much more respect nationally just due to the conference switch. Much more fun league to be a part of as well. Got the following tweet right after the game….
3) Last year we would have “slipped by” or “escaped” This year we shut down a top ACC team. So proud of this team…..
4) Read my experience from my first ACC game here