Boulware explains brutal nature of the NFL
|2017-09-13 16:31:27.0- -||
Former Clemson linebacker Ben Boulware was released from San Francisco 49ers practice squad on Tuesday.
The team signed defensive back Jarnor Jones (6-foot-3, 209 pounds), who was originally signed by the Atlanta Falcons as an undrafted free agent this spring, to replace him.
Boulware visited the 49ers last week and was signed to the practice squad ahead of the opener against the Carolina Panthers.
However, one of the most newsworthy things was to learn how Boulware was cut from the 49ers as it was a brutal timing for him and his family on Tuesday.
10:34 AM - Signed expensive lease for my new apt— Ben Boulware (@benboulware7) September 12, 2017
11:52 AM - Picked up mom+gf from airport to visit for week
11:55 AM - Got Cut#LifeofTheNFL
"But life goes on," Boulware posted. "Thankful for the lessons about life the Lord is teaching me everyday. God is still God and God is still good! And I know 100% that I can play and succeed in this league. Just awaiting the right team to believe in me and give me an opportunity. This is nothing new to me. I've been doubted my entire life. All I know is work. If I control the input and not the output, doors will open."
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