(WMC) - The NFL draft has come and gone, but for the players who didn't hear their name called this weekend, there's always free agency.
Former Tiger quarterback Jacob Karam is the latest with a chance to play on Sundays.
Karam tweeting earlier on Sunday that he's headed to Titletown, also known as Green Bay, for a shot with the Packers.
Karam set a single season completion record at Memphis during his junior year, with 176-of-274 passes for nearly 1,900, 14 touchdowns and only three interceptions, the fewest in program history.
He only saw action in three games during his senior year, playing the backup role to freshman Paxton Lynch.
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