Greek Australian footballer Nik Constantinou signs with Denver Broncos

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Former Texas A&M Aggies football punter, Nik Constantinou has signed on to play as an Undrafted Free Agent (UDFA) with NFL’s Denver Broncos.

According to Gigem Gazette, native of Melbourne, Constantinou has become the second Australian that the Broncos have agreed to sign as a UDFA, the first, Utah Tight end (TE), Thomas Yassmin.

Texas A&M P Nik Constantinou named SEC Special Teams Player of the Week
Texas A&M’s Nik Constantinou (left) was named SEC Special Teams Player of the Week back in 2022. Photo: Goodbullhunting.com.

The signing news comes after a rough 2023 for Constantinou, who is now hoping to shake off any issues he had from last year and succeed with the Broncos.

Source: Gigem Gazette

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