Atlanta Falcons waive former Pacelli standout Mark LeGree from practice squad

kprice@ledger-enquirer.comSeptember 25, 2012 

The Atlanta Falcons waived former Pacelli standout Mark LeGree from their practice squad, the team announced Tuesday.

LeGree has been on the practice squad of four NFL teams but has yet to play in a regular-season game.

NFL teams can have as many as eight players on their practice squads.

The Falcons cut LeGree after signing running back Josh Vaughn.

The Seattle Seahawks selected LeGree in the fifth round (156th overall pick) in the 2011 NFL draft. They cut him late in training camp before the 2011 season started.

The Cardinals, 49ers and Jets signed LeGree to their practice squads during last season. During the offseason, he signed Jan. 24 with the 49ers, but they waived him Aug. 11.

The Bears signed LeGree on Aug. 20 after safeties Chris Conte and Brandon Hardin were injured. They waived him Aug. 31.

The Falcons signed LeGree on Sept. 2.

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