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Ravens LB Adrian Hamilton went from UDFA, to being cut, to SB Champ to now signing a deal with Under Armour

What a story, Adrian Hamilton is a true feel good story. After posting 20.5 sacks his senior year of college at Prairie View A&M and breaking Robert Mathis sack record, he is now signing a deal with Under Armour. http://nfldraftzone.com/draft-news/ravens-lb-adrian-hamilton-went-from-udfa-to-being-cut-to-sb-champ-to-now-signing-a-deal-with-under-armour/ You have to love a great feel good story, I love Hamilton, with the move of McPhee to OLB, he could have to compete to keep his job. I think Hamilton sticks on this roster.

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