FOUR BITS: Ingram, Warren, Hill, Cooper

By Adam Silverstein
September 29, 2011

1 » Unfortunate news for former Florida Gators tight end Cornelius Ingram, who was waived off the Detroit Lions practice squad Wednesday. Ingram is once again a free agent and continues to rehabilitate his knee after multiple ACL surgeries and injuries.

2 » The New England Patriots re-signed former Gators defensive lineman Gerard Warren on Tuesday, a move that had been expected most of the season. He was previously released from the team in order to make room for a third tight end but is now back with the organization he played for in 2010.

3 » Former Florida safety Will Hill, who left school a year early to turn pro and was neither selected in the 2011 NFL Draft nor signed by a team as an undrafted free agent, agreed to a deal with the Arizona Rattlers of the AFL, the team announced on Wednesday. “I’m excited to get out on the field,” said Hill in the team’s official release. “I’m ready to get out there and put people over the [dasher board] wall.”

4 » Philadelphia Eagles head coach Andy Reid confirmed on Wednesday that wide receiver Riley Cooper, who suffered a concussion against the New York Giants last week, has been cleared to return to practice. The Philadelphia Inquirer reports that Cooper’s concussion was his second with the Eagles (he had one in 2010) and third since he started playing college football.


  1. Josh says:

    C.I. was not WAIVED from the practice squad, he was SIGNED LOL.

  2. Ken (CA) says:

    a bit off topic, but whatever happened with all the recruits that visted a couple of weeks ago? Any news? Looks like Kyle Anderson decided on UCLA and Cauley has high interest in UF (and UNC which is tough to out recruit), but has there been anything from the recruits themselves, either hoops or football?

  3. Brett says:

    I don’t feel bad for Will Hill at all. He seemed to have a poor attitude and work ethic.

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