The Brigade announced a flurry of signings as they prepare to open training camp this weekend. Baltimore signed former Terps Andre Monroe (defensive lineman) and Daniel Adams (wide receiver) as well as defensive back Virgil Gray and wide receiver Kendrick Ings. Monroe, who last played for the Terps in 2014, holds the school record for career sacks (25) and led the team in the category all three seasons he played. The Upper Marlboro resident ranks third in school history with 38.5 career tackles for loss. Adams appeared in two games for the Terps in 2014, catching two passes for 29 yards and a touchdown. Gray's six-year AFL playing career includes more than 300 solo tackles, 47 interceptions and seven defensive touchdowns. Gray spent last season on the Brigade coaching staff, coordinating defensive backs and special teams. In 2017, Ings ranked second in the AFL in receptions (98), third in receiving yards (1,141) and fourth in receiving touchdowns per game (4.6) with the Tampa Bay Storm . Ings reunites with quarterback Randy Hippeard, who signed with the Brigade earlier this week. The Brigade will open training camp Sunday at Coppermine Fieldhouse. The camp will close April 6 with an intrasquad scrimmage.The Brigade starts the season April 13 at 7 p.m. when they host the Washington Valor at Royal Farms Arena.