Posts Tagged ‘Alphonso Smith’

Lions willing to deal CB Smith

The Lions are willing to move cornerback Alphonso Smith and have shopped him to at least one team, a league source said Saturday.

Injury roundup: Lions WR Johnson questionable

Star receiver Calvin Johnson’s status is in doubt for the Lions’ home opener against the Chiefs.

Injury roundup: Texans’ Foster still uncertain

The official Week 1 injury reports for all 32 teams are in, so let’s take a lap around the league to look at some of the notable players whose status might be in question this week.

Kentucky Pro Day a chance for scouts to see RB Smith

By all accounts, Kentucky’s pro day was a big success. Despite the fact that scouts were not served lunch, rookie head coach Joker Phillips opened the doors for 10 teams to watch 13 players work out indoors on FieldTurf.

Broncos’ Royal questionable to return

Broncos WR/PR Eddie Royal suffered a thigh injury in the second quarter and is questionable to return against the Giants, according to NFL Network’s Jason La Canfora.

Broncos should follow history and trade Marshall

If recent history serves as a window into the future, then the Broncos should trade WR Brandon Marshall in exchange for multiple draft picks.

Chiefs among teams taking interest in Curry

Wake Forest LB Aaron Curry might not be available when the Kansas City Chiefs pick third overall in next month’s NFL draft, but they’re doing their due diligence in case he falls to them. Curry has a private workout scheduled with the Chiefs on April 2-3, then an interview with them on April 14-15.

Wake Forest’s Curry could move to MLB in pros

LB Aaron Curry and CB Alphonso Smith drew a crowd at Wake Forest’s pro day, which included 41 representatives from all 32 NFL teams. Both opted not to lift or run, having satisfactorily met their goals at the combine.

Short in height but not in talent

Many defensive backs are being forced to answer questions about their diminutive stature this weekend. Perhaps none moreso than Wake Forest’s Alphonso Smith, who Mike Mayock has ranked as his fourth-best cornerback.

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