Panthers agreed to terms with No. 14 overall pick DT Star Lotulelei on a four-year contract.
Panthers selected Utah DT Star Lotulelei with the No. 14 overall pick.
Both ESPN New York's Rich Cimini and CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora consider Utah DT Star Lotulelei a "possibility" for the Jets at No. 9.
Citing multiple sources, NFL Draft insider Tony Pauline reports the Raiders "will consider" trading down with the Lions if one of the draft's top-two left tackles is available at No. 3.
CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora reports the Panthers have shown a "lot of interest" in Utah DT Star Lotulelei.
NFL Network's Daniel Jeremiah stated on Path to the Draft he's heard Utah DT Star Lotulelei could be "a fallback option" for the Cardinals if all three of the top left tackles are gone by pick No. 7.
The Sideline View's Adam Caplan "(doesn't) see" Utah DT Star Lotulelei falling out of the top-ten.
According to SI's Peter King, the Eagles like Utah DT Star Lotulelei "a lot."
At least one NFL personnel man believes Utah DT Star Lotulelei is one of the draft's more overrated players.
Utah DT Star Lotulelei has passed two cardiac MRIs since his inconclusive Combine test, which are considered the "gold standard of medical testing of the human heart."
Utah DT Star Lotulelei is "all systems go" after five different tests revealed no issues with his heart.
According to Utah's team physician, recent tests show DT Star Lotulelei's heart has "no evidence of dysfunction" and is pumping "consistently with that of highly trained athletes."
Utah DT Star Lotulelei ran a 5.15 in the 40-yard dash at his Wednesday Pro Day, and posted 38 reps on the bench press.
ESPN's Chris Mortensen reported on NFL 32 that Utah DT Star Lotulelei has been medically cleared following his heart scare at February's Scouting Combine.