Following the USFL season, Quinn signed to the Detroit Lions, and spent time with the team during preseason. Now, he returns to Ford Field (again), set to play for the Michigan Panthers in 2024.
WR Nick Guggemos
Nick Guggemos is an interesting story. He’s a WR/TE hybrid, having played his college ball at St. Thomas. He only recorded one reception for eight yards during his career there, but managed to land on some NFL teams and has bounced around for the past few years. Guggemos will now look to continue his pro career with the Panthers.
DB Jamal Perry
The Michigan Panthers have been making some tremendous additions to their secondary, and have signed Jamal Perry who brings pro experience to the franchise.
Perry played the majority of his college ball at Iowa State, where he racked up 80 tackles and two interceptions across two seasons.
While Jamal went undrafted, he has been in the NFL for the past several years, with a few different organizations. Jamal burst onto the scene for the Miami Dolphins in 2019, registering 58 tackles and an interception in 14 games played.
His production in 2020 was solid as well, with 26 tackles. However, he’s only played in two games since then, and was let go during this past preseason. Perry is an underrated pickup – one who could make a major impact in 2024, especially with Josh Butler signing a futures deal with the Dallas Cowboys.
GM Steve Kazor has continued to build out a balanced roster in Michigan so far. The team picked up 20 outstanding players in the USFL Dispersal Draft, and then decided to select only six players in the Super Draft, to leave room for free agents.
As it stands right now, the Panthers only have three roster spots open, with 72 signed players. By February 14th, their 75-man roster must be set in stone for training camp.
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