Now 25, "Olson" rode the pine behind Andrew Luck at Stanford before transferring to Clemson, where he attempted three passes as a senior in 2014.Per NFL.com's Ian Rapoport, Olson's college coach Jim Harbaugh vouched for him to brother John Harbaugh.Lovelocke (6'5/248) was a four-year starter for the PVAMU Panthers, completing 57.6 percent of his senior-year passes with a 16:9 TD-to-INT ratio and ten additional rushing scores.A massive quarterback with 10 1/2-inch hands and 34 1/4-inch arms, Lovelocke has ideal tight end dimensions and could get a look there after running 4.81/4.84 at his Pro Day with a 31-inch vertical and 9-foot-5 broad jump. Evans (6’0/210) made 43 starts for the Golden Hurricane, managing a career 57.3% completion rate, 7.4 YPA, and TD-to-INT ratio.That clears a roster spot for tight end Larry Donnell.Patrick joined the Ravens as an undrafted free agent following a standout (albeit injury-plagued) college career at Utah. Patrick (6’4/208) spent three years at Utah after transferring from JUCO, missing 17 games due to various injuries but mostly staying healthy as a senior to lead the team in receiving (45-711-5).You're forgiven if you've never heard of Olson, a "Champions Indoor Football" product.
Manziel remains a long shot to ever play in the NFL again.Morris performed better than expected in camp but became expendable when the Colts acquired Jacoby Brissett from New England.Scott Tolzien and Brissett will hold down the fort at quarterback until Andrew Luck returns from shoulder surgery.Patrick has inconsistent hands and limited college production, but he jumped off the tape when targeted in college.He has developmental appeal as a big, physical, vertical receiver who is also willing to block. Lindley was signed before Week 17, when the Colts found themselves in truly dire quarterback straits. The writing was on the wall after Moore was a healthy scratch in favor of Cooper Rush last Sunday. Whitehurst looked as bad as ever in spot duty on Sunday, and the Browns decided they would rather see what fifth-round rookie Kevin Hogan has to offer if Cody Kessler can't go against the Titans.