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Draft Scout Carlos Fields Jr. News
01/19/15 - LB Carlos Fields was signed by the Colts Monday (Jan. 19) to a reserve/future contract for the 2015 season. He ended the 2014 season on the Colts' practice squad. Fields, 6-1, 238 pounds, was signed to the Colts practice squad on October 29. He was originally signed by the Oakland Raiders as an undrafted free agent out of Winston-Salem State on May 16. He then spent time on the practice squads of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and New York Giants.
10/30/14 - LB Carlos Fields was signed by the Colts to their practice squad Thursday (Oct. 30).
10/28/14 - LB Carlos Fields was released by the Giants from their practice squad Tuesday (Oct. 28).
10/14/14 - LB Carlos Fields was signed to the practice squad by the Giants Tuesday (Oct. 14). Fields, 6-1 and 240 pounds, was signed as a rookie free agent from Winston-Salem State on May 16 by the Oakland Raiders. In the preseason, he played three games on special teams (three tackles) and two on defense (seven). He played three of four preseason games. In two games on defense, he recorded seven tackles. He played solely on special teams in the third game. He was waived on Aug. 30 and signed to the Raiders' practice squad the following day. Fields was released on Sept. 30.
05/07/14 - Five players who should be on Oakland's draft radar...LB Carlos Fields, Winston-Salem State: In the later rounds, a linebacker who is flying under the radar is Fields, but he's worth targeting for Oakland. Fields was voted CIAA Defensive Player of the Year after his junior and senior seasons, leading the team in tackles both years and earning All-American honors. He displays natural explosion and play speed on tape with a nose for the ball, showing heady instincts and anticipation to put himself in the correct position to make the play. Fields isn't a strong technician at this point and will overpursue at times, but he plays alert and competitive with the intensity needed for the next level. He will face a big jump in competition coming from the Division-II level, but has a nose for the ball and athletic traits that should translate well. - Dane Brugler, NFLDraftScout.com