A former Michigan Wolverines fan favorite was cut from the Los Angeles Chargers on Tuesday, but nearly 40 Michigan Wolverines players remain on NFL rosters.

Carlo Kemp was a fan favorite during his days with the Michigan Wolverines in Ann Arbor, playing multiple positions along the defensive line and excelling as a pass rusher and run stopper at times.

Kemp, a Colorado native and defensive end in the National Football League, was born in Boulder, Colorado.

He has played his preseason ball with the Los Angeles Chargers this season, and managed to finish third on the team with 12 total tackles.

At 6-foot-3, 281 pounds, Kemp moved to outside linebacker recently, and looked as if he might have potential with the AFC West contenders, led by Justin Herbert.

Kemp was cut by the Chargers on Tuesday, August 30, however, as his performance was not deemed good enough to make the 53-man roster.

Several Other Former Wolverines Also Among League Casualties


Other former Michigan players who were cut on Tuesday included linebacker Khaleke Hudson of the Washington Commanders, tight end Sean McKeon of the Dallas Cowboys, receiver Daylen Baldwin of the Cleveland Browns, tight end Nick Eubanks of the Cincinnati Bengals, offensive lineman Michael Schofield of the Chicago Bears, and defensive tackle Donovan Jeter of the Pittsburgh Steelers.

How Many Michigan Wolverines Remain on NFL Rosters?


There are 39 former Wolverines on NFL rosters according to OurLads.com, and they are as follows:

-Jalen Mayfield, offensive guard, Atlanta Falcons

-David Ojabo, outside linebacker, Baltimore Ravens

-Josh Ross, inside linebacker, Baltimore Ravens

-Chris Evans, running back, Cincinnati Bengals

-Dax Hill, safety, Cincinnati Bengals

-Lavert Hill, cornerback, Cleveland Browns

-Donovan Peoples-Jones, wide receiver, Cleveland Browns

-Chase Winovich, defensive end, Cleveland Browns

-Jourdan Lewis, cornerback, Dallas Cowboys

-Graham Glasgow, guard/center, Denver Broncos

-Aidan Hutchinson, defensive end, Detroit Lions

-Rashan Gary, outside linebacker, Green Bay Packers

-Jon Runyan, offensive guard, Green Bay Packers

-Nico Collins, wide receiver, Houston Texans

-Kwity Paye, defensive end, Indianapolis Colts

-Frank Clark, defensive end, Kansas City Chiefs

-Mike Danna, defensive end, Kansas City Chiefs

-Chad Henne, quarterback, Kansas City Chiefs

-David Long, Jr., cornerback, Los Angeles Rams

-Josh Metellus, strong safety, Minnesota Vikings

-Quinn Nordin, placekicker, New England Patriots

-Mike Onwenu, offensive guard, New England Patriots

-Jabrill Peppers, safety, New England Patriots

-Andrew Steuber, offensive tackle, New England Patriots

-Josh Uche, outside linebacker, New England Patriots

-Cesar Ruiz, offensive center and guard, New Orleans Saints

-Ben Bredeson, offensive guard and center, New York Giants

-Brandon Graham, defensive end, Philadelphia Eagles

-Devin Bush, inside linebacker, Pittsburgh Steelers

-Mason Cole, offensive center, Pittsburgh Steelers

-Zach Gentry, tight end, Pittsburgh Steelers

-Chris Wormley, defensive end, Pittsburgh Steelers

-Bryan Mone, defensive tackle, Seattle Seahawks

-Maurice Hurst, defensive tackle, San Francisco 49ers

-Ambry Thomas, cornerback, San Francisco 49ers

-Tom Brady, quarterback, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

-Hassan Haskins, running back, Tennessee Titans

-Taylor Lewan, offensive tackle, Tennessee Titans

-Camaron Cheeseman, long snapper, Washington Commanders