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BYU senior WR Cody Hoffman is a game-time decision for Saturday's game against Virginia.

Hoffman, and running back Mike Hague, both have hamstring issues. Hoffman is a smooth receiver who lacks explosiveness, but has the attention of NFL evaluators and the national media.
Sat, Aug 31, 2013 03:06:00 PM

Alabama TE O.J. Howard will visit the Jacksonville Jaguars and Chicago Bears and has a workout scheduled with the Carolina Panthers.

Lots of interest among teams holding top-10 picks, here. While a top-five tight end selection this spring would be an eye-popping development, it might be within the realm of realism. ESPN's Todd McShay, at least, sees it as a very real possibility. In a mid-March mock draft, the analyst projected the Jags to scoop up Howard at No. 4. Among the other squads looking at the 6-foot-6 251-pound athletic dynamo, it has been previously reported that the Bucs and Titans both scheduled meetings with Howard.
Mar 30 - 4:46 PM

LSU hired former Wisconsin S Michael Caputo to serve as a defensive assistant.

Caputo should be a known name for those familiar with recent college football history, as the Saints signed the three-year Wisconsin starter as an undrafted free agent following the 2016 draft. He was waived after May rookie minicamp and has opted not to try to scrap and claw his way in the NFL. Instead, onward to LSU, where he will test out his coaching chops. As his recent try at the pro ranks would indicate, this job with the Tigers will be his first coaching gig at any level.
Mar 30 - 3:55 PM

Texas A&M edge rusher Myles Garrett said that he will meet with the San Francisco 49ers and Chicago Bears.

The 49ers and Bears hold the No. 2 and No. 3 picks, respectively. Garrett is also scheduled for an official meeting with the top draft dawg in the Browns. While San Francisco and Chicago are doing their due diligence on the 6-foot-4, 272-pound force of nature, it would either take a giant trade up or Cleveland shocking by passing on Garrett to put either team in realistic play to draft the Aggies star.
Mar 30 - 3:12 PM

Ohio State S Malik Hooker told PFT Live that he will not be attending the 2017 NFL Draft.

Hooker is a surefire Day 1 pick and could possibly find himself an NFL home within the top-10 picks, but he won't be in Philadelphia for hugs with Roger Goodell. Instead, the 6-foot-1, 206-pounder told PFT Live, he will be watching the draft with friends and family. Hooker continues to recover from offseason labrum and hernia surgery, but hopes to be healthy enough for summer training camp with his yet-to-be-determined pro home.
Mar 30 - 12:57 PM

Miami QB Brad Kaaya has been dealing with a turf toe injury in his right foot since Oct. 20, according to beat writer Matt Porter.

Kaaya says he is close to full health, but he still has not complete a full workout for teams in terms of running and agility times. The injury obviously limited Kaaya's mobility for much of the season, a season that was overly disappointing in comparison to previous years. We think Kaaya will be selected in rounds two through four.
Source: Canes Watch
Mar 30 - 10:14 AM

Draft insider Tony Pauline says the Bengals are "seriously considering" Oklahoma RB Joe Mixon at the top of round two.

Josh Norris recently mocked Mixon to this exact spot at pick No. 41. Mixon already visited the Bengals, and the team has been known to take more risks in free agency and the draft in comparison to their counterparts. Why? Likely due to the overlap between the coaching staff and the scouting staff, along with the team's owner being involved in the process.
Mar 30 - 10:01 AM

Texas Tech QB Pat Mahomes leads drafts prospects with 18 total visit and private workouts, according to Aaron Wilson.

We struggle to find 18 teams who have an immediate quarterback need, or clubs who might be looking for a future signal caller in two or three years. Mahomes is a unique quarterback prospect in this draft. There's a valid argument stating Mahomes does not have a clear comparison of success in the NFL, but many times unique prospects create their own mold.
Mar 30 - 9:46 AM

The Jets private workout with Mitch Trubisky on UNC's campus takes place on Thursday.

Trubisky and the Jets have been linked for months, so the selection at No. 6 would not be a surprise. However, the Jets might be the most tight-lipped organization in the NFL and selected a quarterback in the second round who never even touched the field. The Jets roster is currently worse than it was to start the 2016 season.
Mar 30 - 9:31 AM

CBS Sports' Pete Prisco passes along word from the NFL meetings that the first round buzz around Cal QB Davis Webb is picking up.

We've seen the link for a few weeks now, but the momentum does not seem to be slowing down. The initial question was if the league love was coming from one team or multiple, and it seems like the latter is true. Or, perhaps, this is just another example of a "late riser" receiving undeserved hype. Webb transferred to Cal after losing the starting job at Texas Tech. He attended the Senior Bowl and looked closer to average than a first rounder.
Mar 30 - 9:18 AM

NFL Media's Daniel Jeremiah reports that "every GM/scout" he has spoken with regarding Oklahoma RB Joe Mixon sees him being drafted in the second round.

After months of uncertainty regarding Mixon's draft position -- there were reports over the winter that he could go undrafted due to his well-documented outburst of violence against a woman in the summer of 2014 -- Day 2 is looking more and more likely. And perhaps early on Day 2, at that. Not everybody is interested, though. Among the teams that have reportedly already ruled themselves out of the running for the former Sooner, the Patriots and Dolphins. As for the parties who do not appear to be checking out, the Saints, Chargers, Raiders and Broncos have all either previously met with Mixon or plan on doing so in the near future.
Mar 29 - 1:05 PM

Alabama HC Nick Saban said that he does not feel an imperative to push redshirt junior RB Bo Scarbrough (leg) into spring scrimmage.

"Our goal for Bo is by the end of spring, he's fully confident that he can do everything he needs to do. Whether he ever scrimmages is really not something that we're not that concerned about," Saban said. Scarbrough is rehabbing from the broken right leg he sustained against Clemson in January's National Championship Game. The 6-foot-2, 228-pounder rushed for 812 yards and 11 touchdowns over the course of 13 games played during the 2016 campaign.
Source: AL.com
Mar 29 - 12:14 PM




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