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Walter Mendenhall
RB #35
Height:
6-0
Weight:
225
Age:
29
College:
Illinois State
Hometown:
Skokie, IL
Experience:
1

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Originally signed as a college free agent with Philadelphia last year. He was waived by the Eagles in June, then signed by Indianapolis in August. He played in three preseason games with the Colts (recording two carries for 21 yards) before being waived on final cuts. He was not with an NFL team during the 2009 regular season. Buffalo signed him to their offseason roster on April 7.

Mendenhall rushed for 796 yards and 11 touchdowns as a senior at Illinois State. He is the older brother Pittsburgh Steelers running back Rashard Mendenhall.

Originally signed as a college free agent with Philadelphia last year. He was waived by the Eagles in June, then signed by Indianapolis in August. He played in three preseason games with the Colts (recording two carries for 21 yards) before being waived on final cuts. He was not with an NFL team during the 2009 regular season. Buffalo signed him to their offseason roster on April 7.

Mendenhall rushed for 796 yards and 11 touchdowns as a senior at Illinois State. He is the older brother Pittsburgh Steelers running back Rashard Mendenhall.

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