Saints sign Western Kentucky WR Jared Dangerfield.
An NFL scout panned Los Angeles' selection of Western Kentucky TE Tyler Higbee in the fourth round.
49ers selected Western Kentucky CB Prince Charles Iworah with the No. 249 overall pick in the 2016 NFL draft.
Dolphins selected Western Kentucky QB Brandon Doughty with the No. 223 overall pick of the 2016 NFL draft.
Rams selected Western Kentucky TE Tyler Higbee with the No. 110 overall pick in the 2016 draft.
The National Football Post's Aaron Wilson reports that Western Kentucky TE George Fant worked out privately for 13 teams and had five pre-draft visits.
An anonymous NFL scout told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel that Western Kentucky TE Tyler Higbee is "an idiot" whose recent legal indiscretion goes with "his personality, his reputation."
NFL Media draft analyst Chad Reuter believes that "[g]iven the medical concern and the arrest, [Western Kentucky TE Tyler] Higbee's stock is moving in the wrong direction."
NFL scouts have become "enamored" with Western Kentucky TE George Fant, according to TFY Draft Insider's Tony Pauline.
Western Kentucky TE Tyler Higbee will plead not guilty to charges levied against him from a violent incident that occurred over the weekend.
An NFC Southeast area consultant questioned Western Kentucky QB Brandon Doughty's determination.
Prior to news breaking about his arrest, Western Kentucky TE Tyler Higbee had upcoming scheduled workouts with the New Orleans Saints and Baltimore Ravens.
Police revealed more details of the altercation that resulted in WKU TE Tyler Higbee's arrest, including announcing the alleged victim remains in the hospital.
Bowling Green Daily News' Zach Greenwell reports that Western Kentucky TE Tyler Higbee was arrested on Sunday morning and charged with second-degree assault, alcohol intoxication in a public place and second-degree fleeing or evading of police.
CBS Sports draft analyst Dane Brugler referred to Western Kentucky TE Tyler Higbee as "an explosive player on tape."