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Steve Watson
TE/FB
Height:
6'4
Weight:
255
Age:
26
College:
Michigan
Experience:
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Biography

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Steve Watson Jr. was originally signed to a Reserve/Future contract with the Ravens as an undrafted rookie free agent on 1/3/13.

College: A four-year letterman at Michigan, Watson appeared in 29 career contests, starting four at TE, and played five different positions for the Wolverines...Moved from TE to DE prior to spring drills in 2009 before moving back to TE prior to the 2011 season...Also spent time at LB, DT and FB...Recorded 10 tackles (5 solo), 1 TFL and 1 PD on the defensive side of the ball...Played in all 13 games as a senior in 2011 for the Sugar Bowl champion Wolverines, including 10 at TE (four starts) and three as a FB...Also contributed in a special teams capacity...Made his first-career start at Northwestern, also hauling in his first-career reception for a nine-yard TD...Also finished with 2 tackles on the season...Appeared in six contests as a junior in 2010, including time in a reserve role at both DE

Download 2011 Bio Update Transactions

Steve Watson Jr. was originally signed to a Reserve/Future contract with the Ravens as an undrafted rookie free agent on 1/3/13.

College: A four-year letterman at Michigan, Watson appeared in 29 career contests, starting four at TE, and played five different positions for the Wolverines...Moved from TE to DE prior to spring drills in 2009 before moving back to TE prior to the 2011 season...Also spent time at LB, DT and FB...Recorded 10 tackles (5 solo), 1 TFL and 1 PD on the defensive side of the ball...Played in all 13 games as a senior in 2011 for the Sugar Bowl champion Wolverines, including 10 at TE (four starts) and three as a FB...Also contributed in a special teams capacity...Made his first-career start at Northwestern, also hauling in his first-career reception for a nine-yard TD...Also finished with 2 tackles on the season...Appeared in six contests as a junior in 2010, including time in a reserve role at both DE and DT, finishing with 3 tackles (1 solo)...Played in six games as a sophomore in 2009, recording a single-season high 5 tackles (4 solo), mostly at OLB...Recorded his first career tackles (2 solo) and 1 PD at Delaware State...Had a career-high 3 tackles, including 1 TFL, at OLB against Illinois...Earned his first varsity letter as a redshirt freshman in 2008, appearing in a special teams role during four contests...Made his collegiate debut on special teams at Purdue...Did not see game action as a true freshman in 2007...Majored in general studies at Michigan.

High School, Personal: Prepped at Mullen (Denver, CO) HS, where he served as a team captain in football as a senior in 2006...Recorded 59 receptions for 720 yards and 10 TDs during his high school career...Also boasted 15 tackles and 3 sacks at DE...As a senior in 2006, hauled in 28 catches for 428 yards and 7 TDs, earning first-team All-Centennial League honors at TE... Also selected as the top TE in Class 5A by the Rocky Mountain News...Named PrepStar Magazine All-American...Ranked the No. 19 TE in the country and No. 5 player in Colorado by Rivals.com...His father, Stephen Watson Sr., was a Pro Bowl receiver for the Denver Broncos (1979-87).

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