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FIRST-YEAR PLAYERS
FIRST-YEAR PLAYERS
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BRENNEN BEYER
OUTSIDE LINEBACKER | 6-4 | 256
COLLEGE: MICHIGAN
HS: PLYMOUTH (CANTON, MI)
BORN: 11/25/92, INDIANAPOLIS, IN
NFL GP/GS: 0/0
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BLAINE CLAUSELL
TACKLE | 6-6 | 321
COLLEGE: MISSISSIPPI STATE
HS: BAKER (MOBILE, AL)
BORN: 1/31/92, MOBILE, AL
NFL GP/GS: 0/0
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JERROD JOHNSON
QUARTERBACK | 6-5 | 250
COLLEGE: TEXAS A&M
HS: HUMBLE, TX
BORN: 7/27/88, HOUSTON, TX
NFL GP/GS: 0/0
TRANSACTIONS: Brennen Beyer signed a Reserve/Future contract with Baltimore
on 1/4/16...Placed on Practice Squad Injured Reserve on 12/21/15...Originally signed
with the Ravens as a rookie free agent on 5/7/15.
PRO: 2015: (with Baltimore – 0/0) Spent the first 14 games of the season on the
practice squad before being placed on Practice Squad Injured Reserve on 12/21.
COLLEGE: Appeared in 49 games (32 starts) for the Wolverines, totaling 92 tackles (45
solo), 7.5 sacks (-55 yards), 12 TFL (-64 yards), 2 FFs, 1 PD and 1 INT (7 return yards)...
Earned Academic All-Big Ten honors as a senior after appearing in 12 games (11
starts), recording 35 tackles (12 solo), 5.5 sacks (-39 yards) and 7.5 TFL (-42 yards)...
Had a career-high 2 sacks and career-high-tying 2 TFL vs. Penn State in an 18-13
win...As a junior in 2013, earned Academic All-Big Ten honors and the U-M Athletic
Academic Achievement Award after appearing in 13 games (seven starts at DE and
five starts at LB), tallying 27 tackles, 4 TFL, 2 sacks, 1 FF and 1 INT.
HIGH SCHOOL/PERSONAL: Prepped at Plymouth (Canton, MI) HS...Earned All-State
honorable mention, first-team All-Conference and All-League, All-Detroit West and
All-Metro Detroit honors...He was inducted into the school’s Hall of Fame in June 2016.
TRANSACTIONS: Blaine Clausell signed a Reserve/Future contract with Baltimore
on 1/4/16...Was signed to the Ravens’ practice squad on 11/20/15...Originally signed
with the Ravens as a rookie free agent on 5/7/15.
PRO: 2015: (with Baltimore – 0/0) Spent the final seven games of the season on the
Ravens’ practice squad.
COLLEGE: Played in 49 career collegiate games, starting 38 at LT…Started 13
games and was part of the most prolific offense in MSU school history, one that
shattered 13 single-season records…Key marks set by the Bulldogs’ attack in 2014
include total yards gained (6,679), yards per play (6.7), yards per game (513.8), points
scored (480), points per game (36.9), offensive TDs (60) and passing yards per game
(280.7)…Clausell helped block for QB Dak Prescott, who set a school record for
rushing yards by a QB (986) and passing yards (3,449), as he tallied a MSU singleseason best 4,435 total yards of offense...Graduated with a degree in criminology.
HIGH SCHOOL/PERSONAL: Prepped at Baker (Mobile, AL) HS, where he became
the first player from his school to play football in the SEC...Was a first-team All-Area
selection following his senior year...Last name pronounced: claw-ZELL.
KEY TRANSACTIONS: Jerrod Johnson signed with the Ravens on 1/5/16...Was last
released by the Chicago Bears on 6/20/14...Originally signed with the Philadelphia
Eagles as a rookie free agent on 7/26/11.
PRO: Has spent time with five NFL teams – Baltimore (2016), Chicago (2013-14 with
stints on the practice squad), Seattle (2013), Pittsburgh (2012) and Philadelphia
(2011-12), but has not been signed to a 53-man roster....Also played for three UFL
teams and was signed by the CFL’s Montreal Alouettes in 2014.
COLLEGE: Saw action in 37 career games (29 starts), finishing his collegiate career
by holding 24 school records, including total offense (8,888 yards), passing yards
(8,011), completions (650) and touchdown passes (67)...Also established two Big
12 and school records for passes without an interception in one season (225 in
2009) and an overall streak without an interception (242 from 2008-09)...Finished
his career 650-for-1,109, throwing for 8,011 yards, 67 TDs and 27 INTs...Added 877
rushing yards and 16 rushing TDs...Majored in kinesiology.
HIGH SCHOOL/PERSONAL: Attended Humble (Texas) HS, where he threw for 1,151
yards and 6 TDs as a senior...Also rushed for 613 yards and 11 TDs to earn District
22-5A offensive MVP honors.
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