With both Super Bowl teams playing a 3-4 and the defensive system becoming more popular with each passing season, the time has never been better for speedy outside linebacker prospects.
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MOBILE, Ala. — Oregon State’s Stephen Paea will miss the rest of the Senior Bowl with a knee injury, a source said Tuesday, and will be replaced by South Florida’s Terrell McClain.
Stanford’s Owen Marecic was a standout for the Cardinal playing on both sides of the ball. He has a chance to get drafted and is determined to make his presence felt at the Senior Bowl. He is also in a unique position to discuss two of the offseason’s hottest topics: Jim Harbaugh‘s move from Palo Alto to the 49ers and quarterback Andrew Luck‘s decision to forgo the draft and return for his senior season.
MOBILE, Ala. — Casey Matthews isn’t the only player here at the Senior Bowl carrying on a family football tradition. California DE Cameron Jordan is also extending his family’s football legacy.
Most fans associate San Diego State with Marshall Faulk, but the school has produced a number of pro players over the years, especially at the receiver with Haven Moses and Isaac Curtis.
Playing in the Mountain West, TCU quarterback Andy Dalton might not have gotten the national media attention of some of his peers who played in BCS power conferences, but he is someone to watch.
Wait, Clay Matthews is getting ready for the Super Bowl, not the Senior Bowl, right? Fans in attendance at Ladd-Peebles Stadium could be forgiven if they got confused for a second.
Last year at the Senior Bowl, it was Boise State cornerback Kyle Wilson who made a huge impression. This year, it’s Boise State wide receiver Titus Young.
It’s not quite like the Tebow-mania that took over Senior Bowl Week last year, but Jake Locker is certainly at the center of attention in 2011.