Getting a free agent contract from a rookie minicamp invite is a difficult thing to do, but UB Alumni Roubbens Joseph did just that in Baltimore.
Earlier this month he was invited down to Baltimore and today it was announced that Joseph has signed a free agent contract. This makes the offensive lineman UB’s third class of 2016 player to get an NFL contract.
Joseph came out of High School with grades too low for the Bowl Subdivision but worked hard at the junior college level to pay for school, play football, and take care of Business in the classroom at Hudson Bally Community College.
Being 6-5, 310, Joseph found his way onto UB’s line and played both guard and tackle for the Bulls.