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Former Gator players QB John Brantley and WR Deonte Thompson have signed contracts as non-drafted free agents with the Baltimore Ravens.
Throwing for 4,750 yards, 30 touchdowns and had 18 interceptions as the starter the last couple seasons, QB Brantley didn't quite accomplish all he had hoped to. Most of his senior season was plagued with injuries though. After the leg injury suffered against Alabama he was never the same.
WR Thompson was decent during his junior season at Florida (38 catches for 570 yards), but was a basically a non-factor in 2012 thanks to Brantley's injury and the emergence of WR Andre Dubose .
Also an undrafted free agent, former Gator defensive end William Green has joined old teammate Joe Haden in Cleveland and signed with the Browns.
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Its Official, Charlie Weis is out and Brent Pease will take over the reigns as the new Offensive Coordinator for the Florida Gators. Pease has spent the past six years with
A former NFL quarterback him self, Pease’s' vast knowledge of the offensive system and under the role of quarterback coach has averaged 481.3 yards per game with an average of 44.2 points per game. During his tenure as offensive coordinator with the Broncos the team went 73-6.
"I've had him under the radar for a while," states Muschamp. "I think we have improved our football program. We're on the same page philosophically with what we want to be, and that to me is what strikes you the most. He's not a stat guy. He is a guy who wants to win football games."
“They have obviously been able to win national championships and play with a high caliber of talent and still be a team that is very prolific in both the pass and the run,’’ he said. “It’s always been kind of electric. It’s a national brand and I’m excited about that.” -Brent Pease