Former SEC Star Running Back Cut By NFL Team Tuesday Afternoon

The Green Inlet Packers delivered a couple of players on Tuesday, including a previous second-group All-SEC running back.

Kylin Slope, who featured in the backfield at Mississippi State from 2017-20, was given up by the Packers today, alongside wide recipient Amari Rodgers.

A seventh-round pick of Green Sound in 2021, Slope never found his balance with the Packers, especially subsequent to experiencing a season-finishing injury in Week 8 of his youngster crusade.

Slope played in just two games this year, remembering five snaps for unique groups in Sunday’s success over the Dallas Cowpokes. In 10 complete appearances with the Packers, he conveyed the ball multiple times for 31 yards and got one pass for five yards.

The 24-year-old Slope added up to 2,535 hurrying yards and 3,166 yards from scrimmage during his four seasons at Mississippi State.

His greatest year in Starkville was 2019, when he ran for 1,350 yards and 10 scores and was named second-group all-gathering.

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