Atlanta Falcons Agree to Terms with Former Georgia Safety Quincy Mauger

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Atlanta Falcons Agree to Terms with Former Georgia Safety Quincy Mauger

Quincy Mauger
Quincy Mauger

The Atlanta Falcons picked former Georgia safety Quincy Mauger as an undrafted free agent and have agreed to terms along with 20 other undrafted free agents.

Mauger was a member of Georgia’s 2013 recruiting class and played in 52 games, making 27 starts at safety for the Bulldogs from 2013-2016. Over his collegiate career, he racked up 187 total tackles, 12 passes defended and 7 interceptions out of the defensive backfield. Mauger will look to compete to make Atlanta’s 53-man roster for the upcoming 2017 NFL season.

Quincy Mauger
Quincy Mauger
UGA’s 2017 Pro Day

Along with Mauger, the Falcons also picked up 20 other undrafted free agents and agreed to terms. Those players include:
Boise State center Travis Averill

Robert Morris safety Marcelis Branch

San Diego State offensive lineman Daniel Brunskill

Kansas State wide receiver Deante Burton

Texas Tech wide receiver Reginald Davis III

South Carolina linebacker Darius English

Southern Mississippi tackle Wil Freeman

Iowa State cornerback Jarnor Jones

Miami (OH) defensive end J’terius Jones

Portland State center Cam Keizur

Connecticut tackle Andreas Knappe

Auburn guard Robert Leff

South Alabama wide receiver Josh Magee

University Texas San Antonio safety Jordan Moore

Arkansas State defensive end Chris Odom

Citadel fullback Tyler Renew

James Madison cornerback Taylor Reynolds

San Jose State linebacker Christian Tago

Penn quarterback Alek Torgersen

Pittsburg State (KS) safety Deron Washington

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