Stuttgart Surge sign NFL-IPP attendee Marlon Werthmann
The Stuttgart Surge have signed NFL-International Player Pathway Program player Marlon Werthmann for the 2023 season. The 21-year-old will likely be a part of the interior offensive line, either as a center or a guard. Recently, Werthmann was with the NFL after being scouted at the International Combine in London. After not getting picked up by a team in the NFL, Werthmann, who is 1,93 m tall and 140 kg heavy, will now be reunited with his former head coach Jordan Neuman.
NFL IPP player headed to Germany
Marlon Werthmann is excited: “I chose to play for the Surge this year because of the talent and quality of players and coaches. I am going to do whatever I can to help the team win and build a culture around football in Stuttgart, go Surge!”
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He began his career in 2014 with the Mannheim Bandits U13 and played with the Banditsuntil he joined the U19 of the Schwäbisch Hall Unicorns in 2019. From 2021 on, Werthmann played in the Unicorns' men's team. With the Unicorns, Werthmann won the German Bowl once (2022) and an international trophy twice. He now joins Europe’s biggest league.