Free agents: Troy Woolfolk to hometown Cowboys, Mike Shaw to Redskins
This story was updated at 9:25 p.m.
Troy Woolfolk is headed home.
The former Michigan cornerback and safety has agreed to a deal with the Dallas Cowboys, his agent, Ken Sarnoff of Gaylord Sports Management, announced via Twitter.
Woolfolk hails from Sugar Land Texas, which is located less than five hours south of Cowboys Stadium. Incidentally, Michigan's first game without Woolfolk will be played against Alabama in that same building.
He made 23 starts in 45 career games.
Joining Woolfolk as an undrafted free agent is defensive lineman Ryan Van Bergen, who agreed to join the Carolina Panthers just minutes after the conclusion of the NFL Draft.
Michigan also had three players selected in the draft. Defensive lineman Mike Martin went to the Tennessee Titans in the third round, then center David Molk was selected by the San Diego Chargers and receiver Junior Hemingway went to the Kansas City Chiefs in the seventh round.
Others who could sign free agent deals include Kevin Koger,Steve Watson, Mark Huyge, Martavious Odoms and Kelvin Grady.
Mike Shaw to Redskins
Mike Shaw, a running back who received 31 carries for 214 yards and three touchdown last season, will join the Washington Redskins.
"We are happy to announce that Mike Shaw has agreed to terms with the Washington Redskins. Congratulations Mike!!" KMG Sports Management tweeted.
Shaw, from Trotwood, Ohio, finished his Michigan career with 190 carries for 1,062 yards and 14 touchdowns.