Tramon Douglas

December 14, 2004 - NASHVILLE (Dec. 14, 2004) – The Nashville Kats have signed a pair of former NFL players and waived three others from their roster following the team’s mini-camp over the weekend.


Nashville has signed wide receiver/defensive back Tramon Douglas (5’10, 104) and defensive specialist Eric Joyce (5’10, 193) to contracts after bringing them in for a workout at the mini-camp. Douglas was in camp with the Titans last preseason and finished his college career as Grambling’s all-time leading receiver with 193 receptions for 2,943 yards and 30 touchdowns. 

He was a two-time Black College All-American and All-Southwestern Athletic Conference selection. 

As a junior, he was a consensus I-AA All-American, and he broke Jerry Rice’s SWAC record for single-season receiving yards with 1,682 yards. Joyce is a Nashville native who played in the NFL with the Chicago Bears and Arizona Cardinals and played his college ball at Tennessee State. At TSU, he helped the Tigers win back-to-back Ohio Valley Conference titles and was named first-team All-OVC as a senior.


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