Another day, another signing for the Michigan Panthers in UFL free agency. Mike Nolan’s latest pickup is WR Dezmon Patmon, who is a much needed addition to the wide receiver room following the release of Corey Coleman.
The @USFLPanthers have added an offensive weapon in WR Dezmon Patmon out of Washington State.
The '20 7th Rd pick by the Colts, spent 3 years with them before spending the last 2 with the Bills' and Panthers' practice squad.
Dezmon Patmon brings a lot to the table for Michigan, and is the type of prospect who could break out in spring football. Patton played his college ball at Washington State, where he racked up 1,976 yards and 13 touchdowns across four seasons.
Dezmon saw tremendous production during his final two years in college, posting almost 1,600 yards and 13 touchdowns throughout that span.
This led to Patmon being picked up by the Indianapolis Colts in 2020, spending three years with the team. He appeared in a couple of games, totaling 45 receiving yards and a touchdown.
Sam Ehlinger with the 50-yard rocket to Dezmon Patmon 🚀
General Manager Steve Kazor has put together a very talented wide receiver room in Michigan. While the team is missing their leader, Joe Walker (who signed to the CFL), the group is set to make waves with their new additions. As of right now, the Panthers also roster:
Jordan Suell Terry Wright Marcus Simms Garrett Maag Samson Nacua Trey Quinn Devin Gray Devin Ross
It isn’t surprising to see a few former Stars on the team, as Michigan has a new offensive coordinator in Marcel Bellefeuille – who was in Philadelphia the past two USFL seasons.
News: The @USFLPanthers will have a new Offensive Coordinator in 2024, per sources.
Eric Marty is out, and Mike Nolan has brought in Marcel Bellefeuille, formerly of the @USFLStars (WR's/Passing Game).
The addition of Marcel to Nolan's staff makes perfect sense, especially…