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Draft Scout Michael Dyer News
09/12/15 - RB Michael Dyer was waived by the Raiders Saturday (Sept. 5) in the cutdown to 53 players.
09/01/15 - RB Michael Dyer, an undrafted free agent, will make it to the final cutdown over Trent Richardson, having gained 53 yards on 19 carries.
08/10/15 - RB Michael Dyer, an undrafted free agent who opened camp strong, has missed practice time with an undisclosed injury.
05/25/15 - RB Michael Dyer was signed as an undrafted free agent by the Raiders on May 11.
12/30/14 - Louisville's Michael Dyer academically ineligible for Belk Bowl...Louisville will be without its second-leading rusher when it takes on Georgia in the Belk Bowl. The school announced on Tuesday night that Michael Dyer has been ruled academically ineligible and will not play in the game. Dyer rushed for 481 yards and five touchdowns while splitting time in the Louisville backfield with Brandon Radcliff. This will mark the end of what once seemed like a very promising college career, but never really materialized for Dyer.
It was almost four years ago that Dyer was named the MVP of the BCS Championship game as he helped Auburn to a national title. Things quickly went downhill from there, however. Dyer left the program in 2011 after being suspended indefinitely, and transferred to Arkansas State where he would have played for Gus Malzahn. But he'd never see the field with the Red Wolves, as local police found marijuana and a gun in his car after pulling him over in a routine traffic stop. Dyer would then spend a year at Arkansas Baptist, not playing football, before finally transferring to Louisville. Still, he's a talented back and will no doubt get a shot with in an NFL camp next summer. Hopefully he'll be able to take better advantage of it than he was his college career. - Tom Fornelli, CBSSports.com