Carolina Cobras Re-Sign WR/LB Julius Gregory

The Carolina Cobras announce the re-signing of WR/LB Julius Gregory.

Julius Gregory (6’3” 215 Shaw University) returns to the Cobras for a third year. In 2019 for the Cobras he played in three games and had six receptions for 107 yards and two TDs. He also spent some time at Jack LB where he recorded four tackles, a half of a sack and a pass breakup in back up duty. He worked out for the Denver Broncos back in 2014 and has played in both the AFL as well as the AIF.

When asked about returning Gregory said “I am blessed and humbled. I am definitely excited to be back in the Pit. The fans are second to none. I can’t wait to put that #2 on this year and help finish our unfinished business!”

Coach Resignalo said: "Looking forward to have Gregory back for 2021. He was with Cobras in 2019 and helped at WR and filled in at Jack. He is a very versatile player. He is one of those players that has been on the grind since being a dominate College Football player. Started in the lower leagues before eventually getting his shot in the AFL. Gregory is going to be a big part of what we do on game days. He and I have a good relationship and he will run through a building for me as I will for him. He is well known and respected in this game and will be a great leader for the Cobras in 2021!"

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