Cougars in the Pros

NFL COUGARS (BY TEAM)

ARIZONA CARDINALS

#59, Alani Fua, LB (free agent, 2015)

ATLANTA FALCONS

#18, Jordan Leslie, WR (free agent, 2015)

BALTIMORE RAVENS

#92, Bronson Kaufusi, DE (3rd round, 2016 draft)
#77, De'Ondre Wesley, OL (free agent, 2015)
#88, Dennis Pitta, TE (4th round, 2010 draft)

CHICAGO BEARS

#47, Paul Lasike, FB (free agent, 2015)

DETROIT LIONS

#53, Kyle Van Noy, LB (2nd round, 2014 draft)
#94, Ezekial Ansah, DL (1st round, 2013 draft)

GREEN BAY PACKERS

#45, Manoa Pikula, LB (free agent, 2016)
#31, Robertson Daniel, DB (free agnet, 2015)

KANSAS CITY CHIEFS

#83, Mitch Mathews, WR (free agent, 2016)
#49, Daniel Sorensen, DB (free agent, 2014)
Andy Reid, head coach

MIAMI DOLPHINS

#92, John Denney, DE, LS (free agent, 2005)

NEW ORLEANS SAINTS

#70, Ryker Mathews, OL (free agent, 2016)

NEW YORK GIANTS

#47, Uani 'Unga, LB (free agent, 2014)

CFL COUGARS (BY TEAM)

MONTREAL ALOUETTES

#44, Cody Hoffman, WR (free agent, 2015)

PRO SCOUT DAY

Every year a large contingent of NFL scouts converge on the BYU campus to get an up close look at BYU’s future NFL hopefuls. Every year more than 60 NFL personnel, representing every NFL team, visit Provo.

TOP OF THE CLASS

BYU’s rich football tradition has bred some of the top football minds in the country. Several former BYU players and coaches have gone on to become successful coaches in the NFL. Former BYU offensive lineman Andy Reid led the resurgent Philadelphia Eagles into Super Bowl in 2004. A former BYU assistant coach under LaVell Edwards, Mike Holmgren has also led his teams to the NFL's top game, guiding Green Bay to two Super Bowls, including a win in the 1997 game, and Seattle to one. Former BYU tight end Brian Billick also coached his team to the top of the NFL when the Baltimore Ravens won the 2001 Super Bowl.