The Rest: J.P. Holtz, Dylan Soehner, Ethan Wolf
These guys will be fighting for a spot on the roster and drafting a tight end would make things even more difficult for any of these guys to truly make any kind of impact.
J.P. Holtz was signed last week and it felt like a move to add a camp body. Holtz has been in the league since 2016 though he didn’t find the field in a regular-season game until 2019. He spent the past three years with the Bears and has just seven catches for 91 yards to his name, all of which came in 2019 with Chicago.
Dylan Soehner played for Iowa State from 2017-2020, went undrafted, and joined the Saints as a UDFA. He’s yet to make it into a regular-season game.
Ethan Wolf went undrafted out of Tennessee and did see some playing time last year for New Orleans, appearing in two games. He had two catches for eight yards.
I wouldn’t expect much from any of these guys but they could make it onto the practice squad and from there, anything is possible.
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