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Report: Forristall signs with NFL Tennessee Titans

Former Cartersville High and University of Alabama standout Miller Forristall has reportedly signed as an undrafted free agent with the National Football League Tennessee Titans.

The news was first reported by Tom Pelissero of NFL Network.

The former Hurricane finished his senior collegiate season with the Crimson Tide as the team’s primary tight end. He had 10 starts at tight end in 2020 and saw action in 12 of 13 games.

Forristall, a former 3-star recruit, finished the 2020 Alabama campaign with 23 receptions for 253 yards and one touchdown.

For his career, the one-time Cartersville High starting quarterback, played in 54 games in a Crimson Tide uniform and caught 44 passes. He turned them into 505 yards and five touchdowns as he played in at least three games in each of the last five years. After a college career that featured several injuries, both minor and severe, Forristall hired an agent and chose to test the NFL waters.

“What great competitive character this guy has,” Alabama head coach Nick Saban said of Forristall last season as reported by FanNation. “We have a tremendous amount of respect for him. It’s guys like that that really make your team what it is. You always have some great players that can make big plays, but this guy is one of those guys that’s just a blue-collar worker that does everything he’s asked to do and when he has an opportunity to make a play, he’s made one every time we’ve asked him to.”


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