Logan Sindre Paulsen was born on February 26, 1987 in Northridge, CA and attended Chaminade College Preparatory in West Hills, CA. As a true freshman at UCLA, he appeared in six games and caught two passes for 33 yards (16.5 avg). He started 12 of 13 games as a sophomore, catching 27 passes for 331 yards (12.3 avg). His junior season saw him start all 13 games, catching 12 passes for 144 yards (12.0 avg) and one touchdown. He also returned a single kickoff for 12 yards and earned All-Pac 10 Academic honorable mention. He started the season opener the following year before suffering a broken right foot that sidelined him for the remainder of the season. He finished the year with one catch for 18 yards. He once again was named All-Pac 10 Academic honorable mention that year. He returned as a senior to start all 13 games and catch a career-high 29 passes for 362 yards (12.5 avg). He was named All-Pac 10 Academic second team and was a semifinalist for the Campbell Trophy (formerly Draddy Award) that is commonly known as the "Academic Heisman." He was originally signed by the Washington Redskins as an undrafted rookie following the 2010 NFL Draft.
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Signed by Washington Redskins on April 29, 2010 ... Re-signed by Redskins on March 11, 2013 ... Placed on injured reserve by Redskins with turf toe on August 17, 2015 ... Re-signed by Washington Redskins on March 11, 2016 ... Cut by Redskins on September 3, 2016 ... Signed by Chicago Bears on September 4, 2016 ... Signed by San Francisco 49ers on March 9, 2017 ... Cut by 49ers on September 3, 2017 ... Re-signed by 49ers on September 4, 2017 ... Cut by 49ers on October 17, 2017 ... Re-signed by 49ers on October 19, 2017 ... Cut by 49ers on October 24, 2017 ... Re-signed by 49ers on November 6, 2017 ... Signed by Atlanta Falcons on March 21, 2018.
2018: Signed by Falcons to a one-year contract worth $1.005 million. His deal includes $200,000 in guaranteed money. That includes a $90,000 signing bonus and $115,000 of his $915,000 base salary being guaranteed. Due to the minimum salary-cap benefit, only $630,000 of his base salary will count towards the Falcons 2018 cap, making his cap hit worth $720,000.