Former Buffalo Bills special teamer and backup linebacker Josh Stamer visited with the Tennessee Titans on Tuesday. Stamer was orginally signed by the NY Giants in 2001 as an undrafted free agent, he spent the two season on their practice squad, from 2001-2002.
After his short stint with the Giants he went to the Seattle Seahawks and spent his time their on the pracitce squad in 2002. After that he went to the Buffalo Bills and made it onto their 53 man roster, and played their from 2003 until last season.
Stamer is an undrafted free agent, and played his college ball at South Dakota. His highlights over his career are that he was selected as an Academic All-NCC in 2000, Second-team All-Midwest Region in 2000, and the Cactus Bowl West All-Star team in 2000. During his days at high school he was an All-State honoree in football and track.
Stamer would bring great special teams ability to the Titans. He has played on a great Bills speical teams sqaud from 2003 until last season. The Bills since 2003 have always been at the top of the list, in the special teams category. Stamer also played some goal line defense when he was with the Bills.
Stamer is listed at 6-2 and is 236 pounds. He was really never given a chance to play linebacker for the Bills, which is his position. Maybe if he went to the Titans he would get a better to chance to play more often.
Stamer is a very athletic player, and shows great special teams play. He would be a great addition to any team looking for speical teams help, and a above average backup linebacker.