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WR Jaylon Redd accepts mini-camp invites to Seattle Seahawks, Tampa Bay Buccaneers after going undrafted

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Only one member of the Oregon Ducks’ 2021 football team heard his name called in the 2022 NFL Draft, but a number of guys are heading to the next level as undrafted free agents, looking to earn a roster spot with respective teams this offseason.

Among those players is wide receiver Jaylon Redd, a player who had his career at cut short due to injury last fall, and then went through a battle with pancreatic cancer starting in December.

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Redd is now working to get his career back on track, and will be accepting mini-camp invites to join the Seattle Seahawks and Tampa Bay Buccanneers this offseason. Should either team be impressed with Redd, he could get invited to training camp this summer.

Nine players from the 2021 roster took part in Oregon’s pro day, including six who went to the NFL Combine, and Verone McKinley III, Anthony Brown Jr., Devon Williams, Mykael Wright, CJ Verdell, Johnny Johnson III, George Moore IV and Jordan Happle went undrafted.

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