San Antonio Brahmas Sign DB Mark Milton, Wilson To IR

San Antonio Brahmas Sign DB Mark Milton, Wilson To IR

The San Antonio Brahmas lost Quincy Wilson to the injured reserve list, which leads to their latest move: signing DB Mark Milton to the roster. Milton is not a new name joining the UFL, as he was with the Birmingham Stallions during training camp.

Mark Milton is an exciting young prospect out of Baylor, who’s already seen some success coming out of college.

Milton played for five years at Baylor, totaling 97 tackles and an interception across that span. He saw tremendous production during his senior season, working his way into a full time starter, with most of his stats being registered that year.

After wrapping up his time with Baylor, Mark was signed by the Carolina Panthers as an undrafted free agent. He saw some action during the 2023 NFL preseason, totaling seven tackles.

The Birmingham Stallions brought Mark Milton to UFL training camp, as he was signed by the team in early December, before the merger became official. Mark was protected throughout the Dispersal Draft process.

He was ultimately released on March 10th when each UFL team had to cut down to 58 players. Now, Milton finds a new home with the San Antonio Brahmas. This is a solid pickup for this defense, with Mark’s history of playing physical football.

Quincy Wilson To IR

General Manager Marc Lillibridge had to make a move, as DB Quincy Wilson was placed on injured reserve. This is a tough loss for their secondary, as Wilson was one of the NFL veterans in that unit. Wilson was performing well in camp and had made it past the first round of cuts.

For now, he’s on IR – but hopefully the injury isn’t season ending. Time will tell. Whatever the case may be, the Brahmas have a very talented defense, one that Wade Phillips and Will Reed will certainly put to good use this season.

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