Boston College in the 2014 NFL Draft: Players Signed as UFAs
Chase Rettig, Green Bay Packers
Boston College’s former starting quarterback will get to study in camp under Aaron Rodgers. You can do way worse than that.
Steele Divitto, New York Jets
Linebacker Divitto will get to head closer to home to play for the other Meadowlands franchise, which has signed a few Eagles in this manner over the last few years.
Ian White, San Diego Chargers
A steady, reliable offensive lineman for Boston College, Ian White deserved and received his chance to prove himself at the next level.
Kasim Edebali, New Orleans Saints
Edebali was a sack machine for the Eagles in 2013, a trait his new team hopes he can duplicate in the NFC South.
Matt Patchan, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Patchan, a one-year Eagle, was expected by some to be drafted on Saturday, but it all worked out in the end as he got his due acknowledgement for a strong season in helping to resurrect Boston College’s offensive line.
Jake Sinkovec, Baltimore Ravens
Sinkovec changed positions during his Boston College career, ultimately ending up as a tight end, but that versatility had to have been appealing to the Ravens.
Congratulations to all ten of these Eagles for doing us proud and best of luck to them as they pursue careers in the NFL.