- Rob Rang of NFLDraftScout.com 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.
- Matt Maiocco doubts the 49ers will be big players for CB Trumaine Johnson no matter what happens with Richard Sherman.
- According to Maiocco, two potential system fits at cornerback for the 49ers are Aaron Colvin (Jacksonville) and Rashaan Melvin (Indianapolis).
- Maiocco doesn’t see San Francisco break the bank to sign a high-priced wide receiver such as Allen Robinson or Sammy Watkins.
- As for the running back position, Maiocco identifies Alfred Morris and Isaiah Crowell as potential fits for the 49ers.
- While Maiocco expects free agent RB Frank Gore to be interested in a return to the 49ers, he doesn’t think a reunion will take place, given that he’s unlikely to be a good fit in Kyle Shanahan‘s offense.
- We have most of these players featured in our Top 100 – 2018 NFL Free Agents list.
“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.”