Memphis Express Roster

Player Position College
Alexander, Donnie LB Louisiana State
Allen, Austin QB Arkansas
Allen, Ty C Tennessee State
Andrews, Antonio RB Western Kentucky
Austin, Jonah G Louisiana State
Bennifield, Alejandro QB Chattanooga
Bonds, Terrell DB Tennessee State
Bouldin, Daronte G Mississippi
Bowman, Jordan DB California (PA)
Briggs, Chris WR Southeastern Louisiana
Cardiello, Josh C Chattanooga
Clark, Deondre DE Louisiana State
Cook, Jonathan DB Memphis
Cook, Troy QB Tennessee-Martin
Cutrer, Jeremy DB Middle Tennessee State
Elam, Matt DT Kentucky
Eugene, Dwayne LB Arkansas
Ferguson, Tyler QB Penn State
Foreman, Tyler DB Portland State
Gates, DeMarques LB Mississippi
Gibson, Damon TE Minnesota State-Moorhead
Gilmore, Greg DT Louisiana State
Givens, Chris WR Wake Forest
Harrington, Brett DB Western Kentucky
Herndon, Javontee WR Arkansas
Hicks, Josh RB Rutgers
Hilliard, Kenny RB Louisiana State
Horn, Reece WR Indianapolis
Hosket, Jesse QB Southeast Missouri State
Howard, Alton WR Tennessee
Hunt, Justin WR Marshall
Ifedi, Martin T Memphis
Jackson, Andrew LB Western Kentucky
Jasper, Josh P Louisiana State
Jeter, Colin TE Louisiana State
Jones, Quentin DB Lehigh
Joseph, Junior LB Connecticut
Kuhn, Gabe G Memphis
Luckett, Cavellis LB Middle Tennessee State
Maiden, Brandon DB Jackson State
Martin, Justin DB Tennessee
McClain, Blake DB Kentucky
McKinley, Ryan DB Montana
McNeil, Pat DT Middle Tennessee State
Mettenberger, Zach QB Louisiana State
Mitchell, Tray DB Eastern Illinois
Monroe, Darion DB Tulane
Morris, Anthony T Tennessee State
Morris, Christian T Mississippi
Mosier, Cole T Kentucky
Murphy, Richard TE North Carolina-Charlotte
Myers, Robert G Tennessee State
Neal, Brandon DB Thomas Moore
Neal, Rajion RB Tennessee
Omoile, Oni C Iowa State
Papilion, Luke TE Sioux Falls
Pardner, Jahmahl DB Memphis
Pearson, Von WR Tennessee
Perry, Kevon DT Louisiana-Lafayette
Ray, Jonathan WR Memphis
Reid, Jordan WR Ohio
Roberson, Waylon NT Arkansas State
Ross, Alex QB Coastal Carolina
Rush, Xavier WR Tulane
Semisch, TIm TE Northern Illinois
Simms, Matt QB Tennessee
Sims, Darrius DB Vanderbilt
Smith, Patrick WR Tennessee State
Smith, Trevon WR Arkansas-Monticello
Spearman, Reggie LB Grand Valley State
Stacy, Zac RB Vanderbilt
Thigpen, Xavier LB Southern Mississippi
Thomas, Dallas G Tennessee
Thomas, Dwayne DB Louisiana State
Thompson, Brett TE Tennessee-Martin
Timmons, Ryan WR Kentucky
Toure, Abou RB Tennessee-Martin
Tucker, D’Maujeric RB Eastern New Mexico State
Tull, Davis LB Tennessee-Chattanooga
Vereen, Corey DE Tennessee
Wallace, Trevin T Mississippi Valley State
Walton, Hershey DT Temple
Warren, Dale LB Chattanooga
Weatherd, Chris DE Tennessee
Weaver, Macklin DE Eastern Illinois
Williams, Owen DT Tennessee
Winston, Jamichael DE Arkansas
Wynn, Jonathan DE Vanderbilt


Head Coach, Memphis Express

Following an outstanding football career at Baylor University, Mike Singletary was a second-round draft pick of the Chicago Bears in the 1981 NFL Draft. A nearly unanimous All-Rookie selection, Singletary would become the cornerstone of the Bears’ innovative 46-defense, starting 172 games during his 12-year career, which is the second most in club history. Selected to play in a team record 10 Pro Bowls, Singletary was All-Pro eight times, and All-NFC every year from 1983 until 1991.

Singletary earned NFL Defensive Player of the Year honors in 1985 and 1988. In 1985, he led a Bears’ defense that allowed fewer than 11 points per game, as the team posted an impressive 15-1 record. He had 13 tackles and a sack in the playoffs leading up to the Bears’ 46-10 defeat of the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XX. The Bears’ league-leading defense held the Patriots to a record low seven yards rushing, while the hard-charging Singletary contributed with two fumble recoveries.

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