Brad Craddock became a fan-favorite by the time he won the Lou Groza award in 2014 as the nation's best kicker. The Cleveland Browns scooped him up as an undrafted free agent shortly after the NFL Draft concluded. But the former Maryland kicker will have to continue his NFL career elsewhere, as the Cleveland Browns released him Wednesday and claimed Jaden Oberkrom off waivers from the Jaguars.
We reported that the Browns picked him up more than two weeks ago, so this makes his run as a Brown quite short-lived.
His position as a kicker makes this whole experience unique, as there aren't a whole lot of teams out there looking for players at his position. Still, he's not out of the league yet. Another team can still come scoop him up, and with the NFL season still almost four months away, there's plenty of time for that to happen.
Tracking Maryland football's NFL undrafted free agent signings - Testudo Times
Tracking Maryland's undrafted free agents.
Here's what else is going on:
L.G. Gill's Addition Important for Turgeon - InsideMarylandSports
The Terps do need a power forward.
The transfer senior isn't expected to be drafted.
For Diamond Stone, preparing for NBA draft is 'like the lottery' - The Washington Post
He's fallen to the second round some projections, but is still invited to the green room at the draft.
Maryland spring sports roundup: Terps baseball begins postseason push - The Washington Post
Checking out a few non-revenue storylines.
Dylan Maltz of Maryland men's lacrosse prepping for reunion with Syracuse on Saturday - Baltimore Sun
He played his freshman year with the Orange before transferring to the Terps.