by Adam Koffler | Tue, May 5th 7:15pm EDT
The former second-round pick out of Notre Dame just hasn’t lived up to his enormous potential coming out of college. He only started during his rookie season in Cleveland, and put up pedestrian numbers, throwing for 11 TDs with 22 INTs. In his three-year NFL career, Kizer has thrown for 3,081 yards, 11 TDs, and 24 INTs with only a 53.1 completion percentage. He’ll wait for another opportunity to latch onto another team in need of a backup with some experience.