Alabama LB Reggie Ragland is among several notable prospects visiting with the Jaguars on Tuesday. (Mike Kaye)
According to Rand Getlin, Ragland met with the Ravens on Monday.
Ragland will also visit with the Vikings later on in the week, per Getlin.
Terez A. Paylor reports that CB Elie Bouka will visit the Cardinals this weekend is expected to workout for the Chiefs later this month or in early May.
According to Aaron Wilson, Alabama CB Cyrus Jones has visits lined up with the Ravens, Eagles, Bills, and Saints to go along with private workouts with the Buccaneers and Panthers.
The Buccaneers are taking a look at Arkansas State TE Darion Griswold on Tuesday. (Greg Auman)
The Cardinals worked out Portland State LS Kameron Canaday and CB Aaron Sibley. (Rand Getlin)
John Oesher reports that Ohio State pass rusher Joey Bosa is among the prospects visiting with the Jaguars on Tuesday.
Ryan O’Halloran reports that the Jaguars are also hosting Notre Dame OT Ronnie Stanley on Tuesday.
According to Michael DiRocco, Ohio State CB Eli Apple also visiting the Jaguars today.
Ravens assistant GM Eric DeCosta said of their plans for their first-round pick: “There’s four or five guys that we’d feel comfortable taking at six from the defensive side.” (Jeff Zrebiec)
In regards to Ohio State pass rusher Joey Bosa, Ravens director of college scouting Joe Hortiz believes he is capable of playing in a 3-4 as an outside linebacker: “He projects to either spot.” (Jeff Zrebiec)
John Harbaugh said that WR Breshad Perriman is running while adding: “But at what percentage, I don’t know.” (Jamison Henlsey)
Harbaugh mentioned the need for more versatile players and referred to Bosa and LB Myles Jack as players who fit this mold. (Jeff Zrebiec)
DeCosta confirmed that they’ve interviewed Eastern Kentucky DE/OLB Noah Spence at length, and plan to continue studying him in the coming weeks. (Jeff Zrebiec)
DeCosta said that they see this year’s draft class as being strong with defensive talent. Baltimore has 35 more draftable defensive players on board than usual. (Jeff Zrebiec)
DeCosta added that he is spending much more time looking at their options with the No. 36 pick than No. 6 overall. (Jeff Zrebiec)