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9 minutes ago, Sarge4Tide said:

His group isn't out there yet, but it seems he isn't running.  Neither is Corey Davis

Thanks. A guy from yesterday may be worth keeping your eye on, Isacc Asiata, G from Utah. Tony Pauline really likes him, and say some teams project him as a center. We don't follow a team that needs a C, do we?:D

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Dobbs has definitely improved his footwork and throwing motion since the Senior Bowl.  He

would be intriguing as a developmental pick.  On a side note Steve Smith has been excellent

as an analyst breaking down the details of the WR position

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I kind of want one of the guys in the Zay Jones, Cooper Kupp, Chad Hansen group. Wouldn't be surprised if Jones sneaks into late round one by a smart team, but seems like they're all potentially day two or early day 3 guys all just good at playing receiver. The more guys like that you can get on the field the better IMO.

Excited to see the tight end group too. This is a strong class and there's a big need. Hope they can identify a few guys they like and come out with one or maybe even two of them.

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Ex-Alabama LB Reuben Foster booted from NFL combine

 

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    Adam Frat Boy SchefterESPN Senior Writer

 

Former Alabama Crimson Tide linebacker Reuben Foster, a potential top-10 pick in next month's NFL draft, is being sent home from the Indianapolis scouting combine for a "heated altercation" he got into Friday with a hospital worker, according to multiple sources.

All one NFL spokesman would say was that Foster was being sent home for "personal reasons." He did not want to comment further.

Foster, the top-graded inside linebacker for many teams, was scheduled to go through team interviews Friday night and testing Saturday, none of which will happen now, according to sources. Foster is scheduled to fly home to Tuscaloosa, Alabama, on Saturday.

NFL officials are reviewing the procedures that contributed to the incident to see if they can make improvements and ensure it doesn't happen again, per league sources.

Another league source said there was a "miscommunication" that allowed the argument between Foster and a hospital worker to escalate.

Foster had been waiting for an extended period for what the NFL calls his "pre-exam," when he grew increasingly impatient and began questioning a hospital worker.

The hospital worker did not take kindly to Foster's words, and eventually the two were face-to-face, in a heated exchange.

Other players were there at the time, and the NFL is questioning them to get a full account of events.

But one league source said the league has to review the procedures and create better communication so that players understand what is happening and why there are delays.

Foster is a potential top-10 pick, and one team executive said last night that he thought "Foster was a legitimate top-three pick" coming into the combine.

Foster is recovering from recent rotator cuff surgery in his right shoulder and was not set to participate in drills at the combine, a league source told ESPN's Adam Caplan earlier.

Foster's projected recovery timetable was about four months, the source told Caplan, which is well ahead of the start of training camps in July.

Foster was Alabama's leading tackler last season and a unanimous first-team All-American. He also won the Butkus Award, given to the nation's best linebacker.

 

 

 

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Penn State WR Chris Godwin's official forty time at the NFL Combine was 4.42.

Godwin had the kind of workout which elevates a prospect. Measuring in at 6-foot-1, 209-pounds, Godwin ran the second-fastest forty among the first receiver group and excelled in the on-field drills. He is no slouch on tape, either, as Matt Harmon of Reception Perception charted him with the best contested-catch rate among any receiver prospect he has evaluated in the last two years. Coming off a stellar combine, Godwin could start garnering first-round buzz.
 
 
 
Mar 4 - 12:15 PM
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7 minutes ago, Gas2No99 said:

Ex-Alabama LB Reuben Foster booted from NFL combine

 

  • schefter_adam_m.jpg&w=160&h=160&scale=cr
    Adam Frat Boy SchefterESPN Senior Writer

 

Former Alabama Crimson Tide linebacker Reuben Foster, a potential top-10 pick in next month's NFL draft, is being sent home from the Indianapolis scouting combine for a "heated altercation" he got into Friday with a hospital worker, according to multiple sources.

All one NFL spokesman would say was that Foster was being sent home for "personal reasons." He did not want to comment further.

Foster, the top-graded inside linebacker for many teams, was scheduled to go through team interviews Friday night and testing Saturday, none of which will happen now, according to sources. Foster is scheduled to fly home to Tuscaloosa, Alabama, on Saturday.

NFL officials are reviewing the procedures that contributed to the incident to see if they can make improvements and ensure it doesn't happen again, per league sources.

Another league source said there was a "miscommunication" that allowed the argument between Foster and a hospital worker to escalate.

Foster had been waiting for an extended period for what the NFL calls his "pre-exam," when he grew increasingly impatient and began questioning a hospital worker.

The hospital worker did not take kindly to Foster's words, and eventually the two were face-to-face, in a heated exchange.

Other players were there at the time, and the NFL is questioning them to get a full account of events.

But one league source said the league has to review the procedures and create better communication so that players understand what is happening and why there are delays.

Foster is a potential top-10 pick, and one team executive said last night that he thought "Foster was a legitimate top-three pick" coming into the combine.

Foster is recovering from recent rotator cuff surgery in his right shoulder and was not set to participate in drills at the combine, a league source told ESPN's Adam Caplan earlier.

Foster's projected recovery timetable was about four months, the source told Caplan, which is well ahead of the start of training camps in July.

Foster was Alabama's leading tackler last season and a unanimous first-team All-American. He also won the Butkus Award, given to the nation's best linebacker.

 

 

 

None of that stuff bothered me. What bothered me was 6' 0' 229 lbs at MLB.

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