ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that Noah Spence had Eastern Kentucky conduct five drug tests from May through December of last year and then had an independent drug-testing company conduct 15 more each week from January until this week.
Spence mailed all of the results to NFL teams this week to show that he’s remained clean, despite the issues that led to him being dismissed from Ohio State.
Schefter adds that Spence is widely expected to be a first-round pick.
Ian Rapoport reports that Colts GM Ryan Grigson and HC Chuck Pagano had dinner with Illinois DL Jihad Ward last night.
Mike Garafolo mentions that he’s believes the talk of the Giants being interested in Georgia LB Leonard Floyd is real.
According to Garafolo, one potential curveball to keep an eye on in round one is the Buccaneers drafting Louisville DL Sheldon Rankins at No. 9 overall.
Chargers GM Tom Telesco told Britt McHenry that they’ve been locked into one player for a while in regards to their No. 3 overall pick.
ESPN’s Adam Schefter speculated during an interview with 97.5 the Fanatic on Wednesday that the Eagles could get a fourth-round pick and a player for QB Sam Bradford. (Philly Voice)
However, Schefter doesn’t see them securing multiple second-round picks much like the Chiefs got for Alex Smith years ago. (Philly Voice)
For what it’s worth, Jimmy Kempski mentions that the Eagles had interest in CBBradley Roby a few years ago before the Broncos took him.
Tom Silverstein reports that the Packers have been in regular contact with Wesley College QB Joe Callahan.
Silverstein adds that the Packers appear to be very interested in signing Callahan to a contract if he isn’t drafted in the coming days.