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Former UNI Panther Gets His Shot In The NFL

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Aaron Bailey was a duel threat quarterback while playing at UNI. He’s hoping that versatility helps him in the NFL. The Baltimore Ravens recently signed Bailey to a free agent contract.

Bailey threw for 19 touchdowns in his final two seasons in Cedar Falls but also ran for 25 more scores. It’s that type of all-around game that had NFL teams calling. The 6’2″ Bailey actually tried out as a wide receiver at the NFL combine to prove that he could play the position. The Ravens want to see more.

Bailey was one of four players that the Ravens signed after seeing them try out during their rookie mini-camp.

 

[via ESPN]

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