One day after the San Antonio Brahmas moved defensive back Quincy Wilson, to the UFL Injured List, they signed another defensive back to bring their active training camp roster back to 58 players. Today’s UFL press release showed that the Brahmas have signed cornerback Mark Milton.

The injury to Quincy Wilson created a significant depth issue for the Brahmas at their cornerback position. Since the first cut day of training camp, the Brahmas have carried ten defensive backs, five of whom are cornerbacks. Wilson’s injury also created issues with the talent pool to fill out the Brahmas special teams units.

In spring football, with limited rosters, defensive backs need to be able to contribute to defense and play a role in multiple special teams units. By adding Mark Milton, the Brahmas have addressed their depth at cornerback, and he can also potentially fill various special teams roles.

Mark Milton is a 6’1″, 186-pound defensive back from Houston, Texas. Milton played college football at Baylor University from 2018 until 2022. While playing for the Bears, Milton played in 51 games, recorded 97 total tackles, intercepted one pass, forced one fumble, and recovered a fumble.

In 2023, the Carolina Panthers signed Milton as an undrafted free agent. Later in the 2023 NFL season, the Panthers released Milton, and he signed with the Miami Dolphins. As the final roster cut day at the end of this week of training camp rapidly approaches, we will see if Milton gets a legitimate chance to make the Brahmas 50-man roster or if he was signed to fill the training camp roster due to Wilson’s injury.

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Aaron Sauter
Aaron Sauter is a 23-veteran high school football coach that is also an fan of all levels of football. He is especially interested in alternative football leagues like the CFL, UFL, and IFL. Aaron enjoys analyzing innovative schemes on offense and defense during his free time.

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