Frenchman Souleymane Karamoko joins the NFL’s International program


Thirteen players from nine countries and at least four NFL spots. This is the equation that now presents itself to Souleymane Karamoko.

The Frenchman, who plays at Laval University (Canada) as a defensive back, has been selected to join the NFL’s international program.

With the other twelve selected, he will travel to the United States in February for a month of training. In March, they’ll show off their skills to NFL franchises, hoping to land a contract.

Another possibility is to join the practice squad. Because one of the divisions of the league will be chosen at random, and its four teams will be entitled to one more place in their reserve team to welcome an international player.

Established in 2017, the international program has allowed players like Jakob Johnson (Patriots) or Jordan Mailata (Eagles) to arrive in the NFL.

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