Tony Adams C, spent five games on New England’s practice squad in 2018, including three playoff contests. He was originally signed by Jacksonville as an undrafted college free agent on July 24, 2018 and spent training camp with the Jaguars. Adams was a four-year starter (2014-17) at North Carolina State, where he finished his career as the school’s record-holder for most snaps with an offensive lineman (3,358). He played in 50 games with 47 starts and earned second-team All-ACC honors as a senior in 2017.
Kyle Fuller G, has played in 11 games with two starts over his two-year NFL career. He appeared in two contests for Washington in 2018 and played nine games with two starts for Houston in 2017. Fuller originally entered the league as a seventh-round pick (243rd overall) by Houston in the 2017 NFL draft. He was a three-year starter (2014-16) at Baylor, where he earned first-team All-Big 12 honors as a senior in 2016.
Asiata was already in his mid 20's when he was drafted...he looked good in college simply because he was more physically developed. When he got in the NFL...everyone was just as developed and he stood no chance.
I thought maybe it would work, but when he couldn't even get active with the **** we were putting out there it was only a matter of time.