A total of 39 former Penn State football players are on the training camp rosters of 25 NFL teams.
The Oakland Raiders and San Diego Chargers feature three former Nittany Lions on their rosters, while 10 more NFL teams have two Penn Staters on their rosters. Third-year starting center/guard Stefen Wisniewski, defensive end Jack Crawford and rookie quarterback Matt McGloin are with the Raiders. Wide receiver Deon Butler signed with San Diego in the off-season and is joined by guard Rich Ohrnberger and guard Johnnie Troutman, who missed the 2012 season with an injury.
Eight seniors from Penn State’s 2012 squad are vying to make NFL squads as rookies: Mike Farrell (Pittsburgh), Jordan Hill (Seattle), Gerald Hodges (Minnesota), Michael Mauti (Minnesota), Matt McGloin (Oakland), Stephon Morris (New England), Matt Stankiewitch (New England) and Michael Zordich (Carolina).
Bryan Scott is the elder statesman of former Nittany Lions in the NFL. The Buffalo Bills linebacker is entering his 11th pro season.
Following is a list of PSU players in NFL camps:
Arizona Cardinals — Levi Brown (7), Mickey Shuler (4).
Atlanta Falcons — Andrew Szczerba (1).
Baltimore Ravens — A.Q. Shipley (4).
Buffalo Bills — Bryan Scott (11).
Carolina Panthers — Michael Zordich (1).
Cincinnati Bengals — Aaron Maybin (5), Devon Still (2).
Chicago Bears — Robbie Gould (9).
Cleveland Browns — Jordan Norwood (5).
Dallas Cowboys — Sean Lee (4).
Green Bay Packers — Chaz Powell (2), Andrew Quarless (4).
Jacksonville Jag uars — Brett Brackett (3), Paul Posluszny (7).
Kansas City Chiefs — Tamba Hali (8).
Miami Dolphins — Jared Odrick (4), Cameron Wake (5).
Minnesota Vikings — Gerald Hodges (1), Michael Mauti (1).
New England Patri ots — Stephon Morris (1), Matt Stankiewitch (1).
New York Giants — Dan Connor (6).
New York Jets — Dennis Landolt (4).
Oakland Raiders — Jack Crawford (2), Matt McGloin (1), Stefen Wisniewski (3).
Pittsburgh Steelers — Mike Farrell (1), Derek Moye (2).
San Diego Chargers — Deon Butler (5), Rich Ohrnberger (5), Johnnie Troutman (2).
San Francisco 49ers — NaVorro Bowman (4), Nate Stupar (2).
Seattle Seahawks — Jordan Hill (1), Michael Robinson (8).
St. Louis Rams — Josh Hull (4).
Tennessee Titans — Tim Shaw (7).
Washington Redskins — Evan Royster (3).