Auburn edge rusher Dee Ford is a "one-trick pony guy," according to an anonymous NFL scout quoted by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Auburn coach Gus Malzahn believes edge rusher Dee Ford will succeed in the pros.
Auburn edge rusher Dee Ford visited the Falcons on Tuesday, according to Aaron Wilson.
NFL Media analyst Bucky Brooks debuted Auburn edge rusher Dee Ford at No. 24 on his big board.
Auburn edge rusher Dee Ford has been told he's going in "the 20 to 30 range."
Auburn edge rusher Dee Ford has workouts and meetings scheduled with the Patriots and Bucs.
NFL.com's College Football 24/7 believes that there "isn't a pair of teammates in the country that shot up draft boards like Auburn's [Dee] Ford and Greg Robinson."
NFL network's Mike Mayock believes Auburn edge player Dee Ford is a late first-round pick as a 3-4 OLB.
Auburn edge rusher Dee Ford posted two forty times of 4.53 and 4.59 seconds at the school's Pro Day.
Auburn edge player Dee Ford will not workout at the NFL Combine due to medical reasons.
Auburn edge rusher Dee Ford measured in at 6 foot 2 and 1/8 inches and 252 pounds at the NFL Combine.
Eagles GM Howie Roseman noted that more college teams were running three-man fronts making it easier to find pass rush linebackers.
According to Philadelphia Inquirer's Jeff McLane, Mike Mayock likes Auburn's edge rusher Dee Ford as a possible option for the Eagles at No. 22.
ESPN's Louis Riddick continues to hear how exceptional Auburn edge rusher Dee Ford's personal and football character are.