NFL players are getting their work cut out for them: ‘We’re not just in this for the money’

With training camps starting this week, the NFL is gearing up to get to know players before they go on the field, but it’s not always easy.

Bleacher reports that one player who has struggled with his NFL journey is linebacker Dontari Poe, who is now trying to get his career back on track.

Poe was released by the Cleveland Browns in March of 2019 after only four seasons with the team.

He signed with the Arizona Cardinals after the season, but he had been sidelined by injuries.

Poz went to the New Orleans Saints on a one-year deal, but the Saints reportedly tried to trade him in late October.

That didn’t happen, and he was cut in November, which means Poe is on his third team in five years.

Poo is still working out in Arizona, and there are some reports he was going to be a free agent after the 2020 season, though those reports have since been dismissed.

He also had a relationship with former NFL player and former Cardinals wide receiver Jaron Brown, and Poe was the third player to sign a two-year contract with the Saints with Brown’s blessing.

Pueh is still not a guaranteed signing for the Saints, and that’s not saying much.

Brown signed with Seattle in December, but Poe is still looking for a new team.

Pueh also played for the New York Jets, but they reportedly released him in November of 2020.

The Saints were the first team to offer Poe a one year deal in 2019, but after signing him, he turned down the deal and signed with Arizona, where he is now a free safety.