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According to one anonymous college football assistant that does not have an affiliation to the Gators, Miami "started a war" after allegedly turning in former Florida assistant coach Joker Phillips for a recruiting violation, per SI's Pete Thamel and Thayer Evans.

The specific infraction, known as the "bump rule," prohibits coaches from talking to recruits during a dead recruiting period. "It’s bull----," one assistant said to Thamel and Evans. "Miami bumps and talks to kids more than anybody. They’ve started a war. They better watch out. You started messing with livelihoods and s--- is going to get dirty." Miami has previously been hit with major infractions and penalties form the NCAA.
Wed, Aug 27, 2014 10:39:00 AM

Alabama S Eddie Jackson had minor surgery to remove a screw from his leg, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.

Jackson will be 100 percent for offseason activities. The screw was causing discomfort and was a result of Jackson's broken leg last year. Jackson likely will be selected on day three.
Apr 26 - 11:09 AM

ESPN's Adam Schefter reports the Bucs are talking with at least three teams to drop back from pick No. 19 and possibly out of the first round entirely.

The Bucs have been linked to Dalvin Cook frequently, so this news is interesting. Could Cook be selected before the pick? Do the Bucs think they are one of the few teams targeting him int heir portion of the draft? We've suggested Jabrill Peppers as a possible fit as well. The Chiefs might be a team interested in moving up for a quarterback.
Apr 26 - 10:30 AM

NFL Network's Daniel Jeremiah said he would not be surprised if Stanford RB Christian McCaffrey goes off the board before the No. 8 pick.

The No. 8 pick was highlighted since the Panthers are frequently mentioned as targeting McCaffrey. Rotoworld's Josh Norris suggested early Tuesday that the Chargers might be a destination. Jeremiah added "here's the thing with McCaffrey--even teams with established RB's love him. They can use him so many ways." That certainly lines up with the Chargers offense and current situation at running back.
Apr 26 - 9:46 AM

NFL Network's Mike Silver reports the Browns have discussed trade possibilities with four teams in the top eight picks.

This is likely in the hope of moving up for UNC QB Mitchell Trubisky. It is clear the front office wants to select Myles Garrett and No. 1, but pressure from another area of the team is pushing a Trubisky selection, which ultimately could be a trade up. The Browns have draft ammo, but a major part of their plan is to acquire as many picks as possible, not use them as a possible trade up for a quarterback with 13 starts. But if the influence is from the owner, the team might not have a choice.
Apr 26 - 9:19 AM

Eagles beat writer Eliot Shorr-Parks believes FSU RB Dalvin Cook is the top possibility for the Eagles at No. 14.

Rotoworld's Josh Norris suggested Eagles fans should not get their hopes up about Dalvin Cook being the pick at No. 14, but Gareon Conley's situation might force other targets up the board. Three of the top four possibilities Shorr-Parks lists are on offense, and none of the six include an edge rusher. That is surprising.
Source: NJ.com
Apr 26 - 9:12 AM

Ohio State CB Gareon Conley will meet with Cleveland police on Monday to discuss the accusation of rape being levied against him.

Conley is being accused of raping a Cleveland woman during an incident in a hotel bathroom on April 8. He has denied this very serious allegation. Monday will be his first meeting with the authorities regarding this case. It is difficult to gauge just how far Conley might slide in the draft given how little information is available, here, but for what it's worth, the OSU standout will no longer be attending Philadelphia's big show on Thursday.
Apr 25 - 9:34 PM

Miami redshirt freshman QB Jack Allison will transfer.

This transfer is something of a surprising one, as while Allison did suffer a concussion and shoulder injury during an early scrimmage, there had been no indication that he was feeling antsy about his place with the Hurricanes. The 6-foot-5, 190-pounder was a four-recruit for the 2016 cycle. Should he transfer to another FBS program, he will have to sit out the 2017 season to satisfy NCAA transfer regulations. With Allison heading out the door, one of redshirt sophomore QB Evan Shirreffs or redshirt junior QB Malik Rosier figures to step into the shoes of the draft-bound Brad Kaaya come the start of the 2017 campaign.
Apr 25 - 7:25 PM

Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline reports that the Seahawks and Falcons are in discussions to swap first-round picks.

The Falcons hold the No. 31 pick, while the Seahawks hold the No. 26 pick. According to Pauline, Atlanta would like to jump up in order to secure a top-tier pass-rusher, with Mizzou's Charles Harris "the name being floated" as their probable target. Pauline additionally passes along that should this trade happen, the Seahawks could be looking at Utah T Garrett Bolles with that No. 31 pick. Per the analyst, Atlanta would probably have to part with a fourth-round selection in compensation for the swap.
Apr 25 - 6:46 PM

NFL Network's Michael Silver reports that the Browns have discussed trading up with "at least" three teams holding top-eight picks.

"I've learned that at least three teams in the top eight have been contacted by the Browns and discussions have taken place about the prospect of moving up," Silver said on Up to the Minute Live. The presumption here is that they would select Myles Garrett at No. 1, then trade up from the No. 12 pick in order to select UNC QB Mitchell Trubisky. This strikes as a bit more resourceful than simply using the No. 1 pick on Trubisky. If such a trade is consummated, it would likely happen once the draft itself has started.
Source: NFL.com
Apr 25 - 5:17 PM

Oklahoma DL Charles Walker has been taking Prozac to treat a depression diagnosis.

"I am excited and anxious to get back on the football field because now that my Depression is under control with the medication that I am taking," Walker wrote in a letter to NFL teams. He also struggled with concussion concerns during his time at Oklahoma before leaving the team this past October to begin his draft prep. At least on that front, he has been medically cleared. Walker's doctor, Ashley Benjamin, also contributed to the aforementioned letter, writing that "based on my military, coaching, and sport psychiatry backgrounds, I believe that Mr. Walker's depression is currently in full remission and is not a limitation for NFL-level competition." Walker is a probable late Day 2/Day 3 selection for this weekend's draft.
Source: NFL.com
Apr 25 - 3:54 PM

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports that Ohio State CB Gareon Conley won't attend the NFL Draft.

News broke Tuesday that Conley has been accused of rape by a Cleveland woman for an incident in a hotel bathroom on April 9. Not much is known at this time outside of the fact that a police report was filed but no charges have been levied and no arrests have been made. Conley denies the allegation. Reports of his absence from the NFL Draft so soon after the news broke may suggest that Conley or his reps believe a drop out of Round 1 may be forthcoming.
Apr 25 - 3:04 PM




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