Agent Drew Rosenhaus told the Boston Globe that just-released WR Donte’ Stallworth will work out for an NFL team Wednesday and expects to sign somewhere soon.
Stallworth was released by the Browns on Monday, one day after he was reinstated to the NFL. Stallworth pleaded guilty in June to DUI manslaughter for striking and killing a pedestrian with his car in Miami Beach, Fla., drawing a suspension from the league.
Rosenhaus wouldn’t identify the team Stallworth will visit, but the agent did say Tuesday that he’s “very pleased with the amount of teams interested.”
“He is in the best shape he’s been in since I’ve been representing him,” Rosenhaus told the Globe. “His reinstatement was a very smooth process. He’s developed a very good rapport with (NFL Commissioner) Roger Goodell.”
Stallworth, 29, also has played for the New England Patriots, Philadelphia Eagles and New Orleans Saints in his NFL career, which started in 2002. He has 296 receptions for 4,383 yards and 32 touchdowns.