NFL Notes: Draft, 49ers, Dolphins, Jaguars


  • Rob Rang of reports that Washington DT Vita Vea is facing a 4-6 week recovery after suffering a hamstring injury at the NFL Combine and did not participate in timed or position drills at Saturday’s Pro Day.
  • The Eagles held a formal interview with Texas LB Malik Jefferson during the Combine. (Eliot Shorr-Parks)
  • Tony Pauline reports that Auburn S Stephen Roberts spent one-on-one time with the Giants and Titans at his Pro Day.
  • According to Pauline, the Jets and Packers have shown interest in Auburn OL Braden Smith and had offensive line coaches at his Pro Day.
  • The Giants, Cardinals, 49ers, and Colts have all shown interest in Princeton QB Chad Kanoff.



Following his trade to the Browns, former Dolphins WR Jarvis Landry tells the South Florida Sun-Sentinel that he doesn’t have any regards with how things played out in Miami.

The four years that I did have to have the opportunity to play for the Miami Dolphins, I left it all there,” Landry said. “I don’t have any regrets about that.”

“As stressful as it may seem, I try to enjoy it and I’m happy. I’m happy,” Landry added. “I can live with whatever has happened because I know that I gave it my all the whole time.”


Jaguars GM Dave Caldwell recently indicated during an interview with Pro Football Talk that while they would like to re-sign free agent WR Allen Robinson, they’re willing to let him test the open market.

We like the kid,” Caldwell said. “He’s a great kid, a really good competitor. In terms of the production standpoint . . . you deal with that with a lot of players. You look on the free agency market, there are other players at his position that have gone through similar type of things. You just have to set a price for us that we feel like as a team we can handle and hopefully [Robinson and his agent] feel like the same thing and we can get a deal done. At some point in time, just like other free agents, we’ve walked away. We don’t want to do that with Allen because he’s ours. We’ll see. We have a lot of options on the table with that.”