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Posted: Sunday, April 25, 2010 12:19 am

Former Idaho football players Max Komar, DeMaundray Woolridge and Jeromy Jones signed as free agents with NFL teams on Saturday.

Komar, a receiver, signed with the Arizona Cardinals, while Woolridge (running back) and Jones (safety) both signed with the St. Louis Rams.

The Rams drafted former Vandals linebacker David Vobora with the final pick in the 2008 draft. Vobora is now a starter in St. Louis.

Woolridge was named Idaho’s Humanitarian Bowl MVP, Jones made a key interception early in the second half that led to a score and turned the momentum Idaho’s way in the 43-42 win.

Komar made the a crucial touchdown catch against Bowling Green, with 4 seconds remaining in the game.

Offensive lineman Mike Iupati was drafted by the San Francisco 49ers with the 17th overall selection during Thursday’s first round of the NFL Draft. — IPT

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