Former Alabama Defensive Lineman Released by New England Patriots
Former Alabama defensive lineman LaBryan Ray has been released by the New England Patriots.
The Ala., native played five seasons at the Capstone. During his Tide tenure, he recorded 76 total tackles (37 solo, 39 assisted), 13.5 tackles for loss for 63 yards, six sacks for 49 yards, two passes defended, and one forced fumble.
"Ray, 25, was originally signed by New England as a rookie free agent out of Alabama on May 9, 2022. The 6-foot-4, 290-pounder was released on Aug. 30 and signed to the practice squad on Aug. 31. Ray was placed on the practice squad injured reserve list on Oct. 26.," said the Patriots.
He also signed a futures contract with the Patriots earlier in the year, however was officially cut by the team on Friday afternoon.
The two-time national champion was a former five-star recruit from the class of 2017. He came to Tuscaloosa with Najee Harris, Alex Leatherwood, Dylan Moses, and Tua Tagovailoa.
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