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FCS Football: 17 percent of the Cleveland Browns roster is made up by FCS players

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The Cleveland Browns have the most FCS football players on their roster. They currently have 9 players on their roster from the FCS.

NCAA.org released an article today breaking down all the FCS football players on current rosters, and I think it is pretty cool. I thought I would showcase some of the cool stats about the breakdown. The coolest stat is that the Cleveland Browns love their small schoolers.

Do you know that 16.9% of the Browns roster is made up of FCS football players? You have to love that because FCS players are important in their roster makeup. The Raiders and Bengals on the other hand only have 1 FCS player on their roster a piece. Maybe they are not scouting too well. I mean, hey we have a small school rankings list they can look at for free.

Here is the entire breakdown!

Cleveland Browns (9): Stephen Carlson (Princeton), Tae Davis (Chattanooga), Jamie Gillan (Arkansas-Pine Bluff), KhaDarel Hodge (Prairie View A&M), Kendall Lamm (Appalachian State), George Obinna (Sacramento State), Larry Ogunjobi (Charlotte), Alex Taylor (South Carolina State), J.C. Tretter (Cornell)

Tampa Bay Buccaneers (8): Quinton Bell (Prairie View A&M), Cameron Brate (Harvard), Cam Gill (Wagner), Joe Haeg (North Dakota State), Ryan Smith (North Carolina Central), Aaron Stinnie (James Madison), Justin Watson (Penn), Josh Wells (James Madison)

San Francisco 49ers (7): Kendrick Bourne (Eastern Washington), Tom Compton (South Dakota), Ross Dwelley (San Diego), Jimmy Garoppolo (Eastern Illinois), Kyle Juszczyk (Harvard), Jerick McKinnon (Georgia Southern), Jaquiski Tartt (Samford)

New Orleans Saints (7): Terron Armstead (Arkansas-Pine Bluff), Nick Easton (Harvard), Kaden Elliss (Idaho), Ethan Greenidge (Villanova), Josh Hill (Idaho State), Anthony Lanier II (Alabama A&M), Adam Trautman (Dayton)

Houston Texans (7): DeAndre Carter (Sacramento State), Dylan Cole (Missouri State), Isaiah Coulter (Rhode Island), Keion Crossen (Western Carolina), P.J. Hall (Sam Houston State), Tytus Howard (Alabama State), David Johnson (UNI)

Buffalo Bills (6): Darryl Johnson (North Carolina A&T), Taron Johnson (Weber State), Taiwan Jones (Eastern Washington), Dean Marlowe (James Madison), Siran Neal (Jacksonville State), Josh Norman (Coastal Carolina), Andre Roberts (Citadel)

Denver Broncos (6): Jacob Bobenmoyer (Northern Colorado), Austin Calitro (Villanova), Davontae Harris (Illinois State), Shelby Harris (Illinois State), Sam Martin (Appalachian State), Diontae Spencer (McNeese)

Philadelphia Eagles (6): Dallas Goedert (South Dakota State), Javon Hargrave (South Carolina State), Craig James (Southern Illinois), Rick Lovato (Old Dominion), Alex Singleton (Montana State), Carson Wentz (North Dakota State)

New York Jets (6): Daniel Brown (James Madison), Joe Flacco (Delaware), John Franklin-Myers (Stephen F. Austin), Chris Hogan (Monmouth), Patrick Onwuasor (Portland State), Greg Van Roten (Penn)

Tennessee Titans (6): Nick Dzubnar (Cal Poly), Anthony Firkser (Harvard), Isaiah Mack (Chattanooga), MyCole Pruitt (Southern Illinois), Kalif Raymond (Holy Cross), Derick Roberson (Sam Houston State)

Chicago Bears (5): Tarik Cohen (North Carolina A&T), DeAndre Houston-Carson (William & Mary), Bilal Nichols (Delaware), Eric Saubert (Drake), Buster Skrine (Chattanooga)

Kansas City Chiefs (5): Alex Brown (South Carolina State), Antonio Hamilton (South Carolina State), Tanoh Kpassagnon (Villanova), Daniel Kilgore (Appalachian State), Khalen Saunders (Western Illinois)

Detroit Lions (5): Jamal Agnew (San Diego), Mike Ford (Southeast Missouri State), Miles Killebrew (Southern Utah), Tony McRae (North Carolina A&T), Nick Williams (Samford)

Baltimore Ravens (5): Chris Board (North Dakota State), Nick Boyle (Delaware), L.J. Fort (UNI), Anthony Levine Sr. (Tennessee State), Patrick Ricard (Maine)

Arizona Cardinals (4): Robert Alford (Southeastern Louisiana), Chase Edmonds (Fordham), Josh Miles (Morgan State), Chris Streveler (South Dakota)

Indianapolis Colts (4): Bruce Anderson III (North Dakota State), Darius Leonard (South Carolina State), George Odum (Central Arkansas), Luke Rhodes (William & Mary)

Miami Dolphins (4): Julie’n Davenport (Bucknell), Jesse Davis (Idaho), Ryan Fitzpatrick (Harvard), Kamu Grugier-Hill (Eastern Illinois)

Green Bay Packers (4): Tim Boyle (Eastern Kentucky), Raven Greene (James Madison), Robert Tonyan (Indiana State), Billy Turner (North Dakota State)

Carolina Panthers (4): Jeremy Chinn (Southern Illinois), Zach Kerr (Delaware), Trent Scott (Grambling State), Julian Stanford (Wagner)

Los Angeles Rams (4): Samson Ebukam (Eastern Washington), Cooper Kupp (Eastern Washington), Troy Reeder (Delaware), Nsimba Webster (Eastern Washington)

Washington Football Team (4): Antonio Gandy-Golden (Liberty), Danny Johnson (Southern University), Mike Liedtke (Illinois State), Jimmy Moreland (James Madison)

Los Angeles Chargers (3): Nasir Adderley (Delaware), Donald Parham Jr. (Stetson), Easton Stick (North Dakota State)

Atlanta Falcons (3): Jaeden Graham (Yale), Foye Oluokun (Yale), Timon Parris (Stony Brook)

Jacksonville Jaguars (3): James O’Shaughnessy (Illinois State), James Robinson (Illinois State), Quincy Williams (Murray State)

New England Patriots (3): Justin Bethel (Presbyterian), Brandon Copeland (Penn), Derek Rivers (Youngstown State)

Seattle Seahawks (3): Eli Mencer (Albany), Jason Myers (Marist), Tyler Ott (Harvard)

Dallas Cowboys (2): Ben DiNucci (James Madison), Joe Thomas (South Carolina State)

New York Giants (2): C.J. Board (Chattanooga), James Bradberry (Samford)

Pittsburgh Steelers (2): Kameron Canaday (Portland State), Jordan Dangerfield (Towson)

Minnesota Vikings (2): Dakota Dozier (Furman), Oli Udoh (Elon)

Cincinnati Bengals (1): LeShaun Sims (Southern Utah)

Las Vegas Raiders (1): Brandon Parker (North Carolina A&T

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