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Florida junior QB Jeff Driskel had appendectomy surgery on Tuesday and could miss two weeks.

The Gators begin fall practice on Friday, though Driskel's two-week timetable mentioned by coach Will Muschamp would have the signal caller on the field for the second week of camp. If Driskel requires more than two weeks to recover, fans and the media will be treated to either Skyler Mornhinweg or Tyler Murphy running the first team on August 15, Florida's first scheduled open practice. Driskel should be just fine to greet Toledo on Saturday, August 31, the first game of the season.
Tue, Jul 30, 2013 04:58:00 PM

Ohio State CB Gareon Conley was accused of rape in a police report filed by a Cleveland woman.

No charges have been filed, no arrests have been made, and Conley hasn't yet spoken with police. The alleged victim said Conley raped her in a hotel suite bathroom on April 9. She called 911, and a rape kit was administered at a local hospital. The alleged victim refused to speak with police after that. Conley adamantly denies the allegations and his attorney called the claims "ludicrous and ridiculous." Conley was likely to go in the top-14 before this. Regardless of the validity of this claim, he may be in for a fall lower than that now. The NFL has only a little more than 48 hours to gather information about this incident before Thursday night's Round 1.
Source: TMZ
Apr 25 - 2:06 PM

Clemson QB Deshaun Watson warned teams against taking UNC's Mitchell Trubisky ahead of him in the 2017 NFL Draft.

"You're gonna have to live with the consequences that come with it," Watson said on NFL Network's Good Morning Football. "That's how I see it. I try to stay in my lane. I try not to take the path. I respect Mitch and what he's done and all the hype he's getting, but at the same time, my result speaks for itself. I feel like I've accomplished everything that I could. I guess if that's who they're gonna roll with, so be it." Trubisky and Watson are expected to be the first two quarterbacks picked during Thursday night's Round 1, with most assuming that Trubisky will be the first to hear his name called. Rotoworld's Josh Norris, however, believes the Bears may be interested in Watson at No. 3. Norris slotted Watson there in his most recent mock, with Trubisky going No. 10 to the Bills.
Apr 25 - 1:46 PM

A medical report on Washington CB Sidney Jones (Achilles) sent to all 32 teams on Monday lays out a 4-6 month recovery timeline.

Jones ruptured his Achilles at his pro day workout in March. This timeline suggests he'll be healthy sometime between mid-July and mid-September. That obviously puts the beginning of his rookie season in doubt and fogs up his NFL Draft projection. At this point, Jones is hoping to go in Round 2.
Apr 25 - 1:30 PM

On Monday, Texas RB D'Onta Foreman revealed that his infant son died during the season.

Foreman told NFL Network that his son, D'Onta Jr., was born prematurely and died at 7 weeks old due to an intestinal infection. "I really didn't know how to feel," Foreman said. "I was like numb. I felt like something was taken away from me before I had a chance to experience it." Foreman didn't disclose the tragedy en route to his 2,028 yards and the Doak Walker Award, given to the nation's top running back. "It was just something about that game, it was like, 'I'm doing it for my son. I'm leaving it all out here,'" Foreman said.
Source: ESPN
Apr 25 - 12:42 PM

The MMQB's Peter King states the Colts and new GM Chris Ballard are "desperate" for a pass rusher and linked them to one in the first round.

Some might be surprised to hear that, since the Colts added Jabaal Sheard, John Simon and Barkevious Mingo in free agency. However, each of those contracts can be whittled down to short term deals, meaning the colts need a mainstay on the outside. Ballard comes from the Chiefs, where they deployed Justin Houston, Tamba Hali and Dee Ford. We buy the first round love and think Tyus Boswer or Charles Harris or Takk McKinley in round two make sense.
Source: The MMQB
Apr 25 - 10:57 AM

The MMQB's Peter King calls the Bears big fans of Stanford EDGE/DL Solomon Thomas.

King has Thomas off the board at No. 2, but doesn't seem confident in the selection. Thomas to the Bears makes a lot of sense with John Fox's history and the team having talent along the defensive front but lacking a susperstar. Still, Thomas might be on the board longer than we expect.
Source: The MMQB
Apr 25 - 10:31 AM

ESPN's Brett McMurphy reports that Northwestern HC Pat Fitzgerald has been awarded a contract extension which will keep him at the school for "at least the next 10 seasons."

The exact monetary and length figures for Fitzgerald's extension have not yet been disclosed. He has been manning the Northwestern ship since 2006 and has compiled a 77-62 record over the last 10 seasons. During the past campaign, the Wildcats finished 6-6 in the regular season before coming through with a win over Pitt in the New Era Pinstripe Bowl.
Apr 24 - 6:57 PM

Georgia has released four-star 2017 T D'Antne Demery from his letter of intent following his domestic violence arrest on Saturday.

Demery had been expected to enroll at Georgia in June. That will no longer be happening. The 6-foot-5, 290-pounder was arrested after allegedly getting into a physical confrontation with his girlfriend following an escalating argument on Saturday. Whether Demery finds another collegiate home at the FBS level before August camp is very much an open question.
Apr 24 - 6:35 PM

Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline hears that the Cowboys are targeting USC CB Adoree' Jackson with their first-round pick.

Sitting at pick No. 28, the Cowboys are squarely in the projected draft sweet zone for Jackson. According to Pauline, they are also intrigued by Clemson's Cordrea Tankersly, who could be a Day 2 option for them should Jackson either have already flown off the board or they instead opt to take a first-round pass-rusher. Along with the Cowboys, the Texans, Eagles, Browns, Bucs and Titans reportedly all had visits with Jackson during the draft process.
Apr 24 - 6:08 PM

LSU redshirt senior QB Danny Etling underwent back surgery

Etling has been dealing with back pain for several months. This surgery is expected to relieve him of that discomfort. LSU HC Ed Orgeron referred to it as a "minor back procedure." Despite his recurring pain, Etling was never held out of spring practice, though he did struggle in Saturday's spring game. He should be ready for the start of August camp barring a complication. All signs at this juncture point toward the redshirt senior starting for the Tigers during the coming season.
Apr 24 - 3:35 PM

ESPN's Adam Schefter reports that Michigan S Jabrill Peppers tested positive for a diluted sample at the NFL Scouting Combine.

News of Alabama LB Reuben Foster's diluted sample broke last week. He has company in that club. Per Schefter, the NFL has informed all of its teams about Peppers' failed test. The 5-foot-11, 213-pounder has yet to offer comment on this report. He was being viewed as a borderline first-round pick prior to this news, but the first round is probably out the window, now. Given the lateness of the date, it is difficult to tell just how far this failed test might cause Peppers to slide. We would be surprised if he dropped all the way to Day 3, though.
Apr 24 - 2:08 PM




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