NFL teams begin signing UFL players

The UFL season is over — save for the title game — and with injuries mounting around the league, NFL teams are looking for reserves. In many cases, a player fresh off a competitive season might make more sense for clubs than a free agent who has not played since 2008, for instance.

With that in mind, we may see some former NFL players who played in the UFL get back in the league. On Tuesday, Detroit signed CB Paul Pratt to its practice squad, according to a league source. Pratt played for the UFL’s New York Sentinels and played college ball at Nevada.

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