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Seattle-bound Trevone Boykin one of 5 undrafted Frogs to sign

Boykin says if a team wants him to play receiver, 'I'll play receiver'

The former TCU quarterback talked about his versatility during a Pro Day interview.
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The former TCU quarterback talked about his versatility during a Pro Day interview.

TCU players Jaden Oberkrom and Terrell Lathan were among Horned Frogs signed Sunday by NFL teams as free agents a day after the seven-round draft.

Oberkrom, a record-setting place-kicker with TCU, signed with the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Lathan, a defensive lineman, signed with the Tennessee Titans.

Guard Jamelle Naff signed with Indianapolis and Aaron Green signed with the Los Angeles Rams, according to SB Nation.com.

That gives the Frogs five draft picks and five undrafted signees.

TCU quarterback Trevone Boykin signed on Saturday as a free agent with the Seattle Seahawks after going undrafted.

The Seahawks entered the weekend with just one quarterback on the roster, Russell Wilson, after waiving Philip Sims last week, the Seattle Times reported.

The Houston Chronicle reported that Boykin had received a $15,000 bonus to sign with Seattle, said to be a top bonus for an undrafted player. Oregon quarterback Vernon Adams, who was injured in TCU’s Alamo Bowl victory over the Ducks, will be invited to the Seahawks rookie minicamp for a tryout oregonlive.com reported.

The Horned Frogs head coach said Trevone Boykin had a 'great day' and was clearly in shape for his workout in front of NFL scouts.

Oklahoma offensive lineman Nila Kasitati, a Euless Trinity grad, signed with the Houston Texans.

Two Sooners all-Big 12 linebackers, Eric Striker and Dominique Alexander, were not drafted but signed with Buffalo and Cleveland, respectively.

Texas A&M center Mike Matthews agreed to a three-year free-agent deal with the Cleveland Browns, the Houston Chronicle reported, citing a source. A&M running back Tre Carson went with Cincinnati.

Boykin said he's made changes in his life since the incident.

Bears moves

Veteran quarterback Brian Hoyer agreed with Chicago on a one-year deal worth $2 million, ESPN.com reported. ... Chicago has parted ways with veteran safety Antrel Rolle. The Bears drafted two safeties.

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