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2016 NFL Draft: Undrafted Free Agent Defensive Tackle Connor Wujciak Signs With Philadelphia Eagles

Another Eagle has found a home in the NFL

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The NFL Draft may be over, but players are still finding home as the hectic undrafted free agent period is kicking into full gear. According to reports all over Twitter, Boston College defensive tackle Connor Wujciak appears to have signed with the Philadelphia Eagles

Wujciak, a 300 pound defensive tackle, was an All ACC player this past season recording 12 tackles for a loss, and 4.5 sacks. His junior season he had 7.5 tackles for a loss and three sacks. He is a strong physical lineman who according to scouts is a sure tackler, but struggles rushing the tackler and gets swallowed up by elite offensive linemen.

In the past two days, two Eagles have found homes in the NFL as linebacker Steven Daniels was drafted in the 7th round by Washington, and Justin Simmons a safety was drafted by the Denver Broncos.

Good luck in the NFL Connor!