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Nelson Rosario
TE #80
Height:
6-5
Weight:
225
College:
UCLA
Hometown:
Oceanside, Calif.
Experience:
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Bio

TRANSACTIONS
Waived by Carolina (7/30/13)...Signed as a free agent by Carolina (12/31/12)...Signed to practice squad by Carolina (9/1/12)...Waived by Carolina (8/31/12)...Signed as a free agent by Carolina (5/24/12)...Waived by Jacksonville (5/7/12)...Signed as an undrafted rookie free agent by Jacksonville (5/4/12).

2012
Spent the entire season on Carolina's practice squad...Originally signed as an undrafted rookie free agent by Jacksonville (5/4) and was waived following rookie camp...Attended training camp with the Panthers.

COLLEGE
Played in 45 games with 23 starts at UCLA...Lined up at wide receiver and H-back...Totaled 146 catches for 2,362 yards and eight touchdowns...2011 (Sr.): All-Pac 12 Conference honorable mention...Named the Bruins' offensive most valuable player...Played in 14 games with 13 starts...Produced team highs of 64 receptions and 1,161 receiving yards with five touchdowns...2010 (Jr.): Played in nine games with eight starts...Missed three games because of a sprained left ankle...Finished second on the team with 29 catches for 309 yards and one touchdown...2009 (So.): Played in 13 games with two starts...Led the team with 723 receiving yards and an average of 17.2 yards per catch on 42 receptions, including two touchdowns...2008 (Fr.): Played in nine games...Caught 11 passes for 169 yards.

PERSONAL
Attended El Camino HS in Oceanside, Calif....Majored in history at UCLA.

TRANSACTIONS
Waived by Carolina (7/30/13)...Signed as a free agent by Carolina (12/31/12)...Signed to practice squad by Carolina (9/1/12)...Waived by Carolina (8/31/12)...Signed as a free agent by Carolina (5/24/12)...Waived by Jacksonville (5/7/12)...Signed as an undrafted rookie free agent by Jacksonville (5/4/12).

2012
Spent the entire season on Carolina's practice squad...Originally signed as an undrafted rookie free agent by Jacksonville (5/4) and was waived following rookie camp...Attended training camp with the Panthers.

COLLEGE
Played in 45 games with 23 starts at UCLA...Lined up at wide receiver and H-back...Totaled 146 catches for 2,362 yards and eight touchdowns...2011 (Sr.): All-Pac 12 Conference honorable mention...Named the Bruins' offensive most valuable player...Played in 14 games with 13 starts...Produced team highs of 64 receptions and 1,161 receiving yards with five touchdowns...2010 (Jr.): Played in nine games with eight starts...Missed three games because of a sprained left ankle...Finished second on the team with 29 catches for 309 yards and one touchdown...2009 (So.): Played in 13 games with two starts...Led the team with 723 receiving yards and an average of 17.2 yards per catch on 42 receptions, including two touchdowns...2008 (Fr.): Played in nine games...Caught 11 passes for 169 yards.

PERSONAL
Attended El Camino HS in Oceanside, Calif....Majored in history at UCLA.

 

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