Posts Tagged ‘Michigan’

Steelers get good look at Michigan’s Taylor Lewan

Representatives from 24 NFL teams — including Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin, and offensive line coaches from the Steelers, St. Louis Rams and Philadelphia Eagles — were on hand for Michigan’s pro day on Wednesday. There were 13 Wolverines players present, plus another five athletes from area small schools (including two from Saginaw Valley State). Taylor Lewan, OT (6-foot-6 7/8, 312) — Lewan stood on his numbers from the NFL Scouting Combine, which were excellent (he was a top performer in his position group in four drills). Lewan has very good movement and a lot of upside as an offensive tackle. He is going to be an excellent professional player, and a possibility to be a top-10 selection in […]

Denard Robinson gets some work as RB at Michigan’s pro day

Representatives from 29 NFL teams gathered at the pro day held at Michigan, where 14 players went through a workout held indoors on FieldTurf.

Michigan brings out a crowd for pro day

Michigan’s pro day on Thursday drew representatives from 25 NFL teams to watch players work out.

Michigan-Ohio State rivalry heats up at Senior Bowl

The 114-year old rivalry between the two schools found its way here front and center Tuesday, with Buckeyes center Mike Brewster and Wolverines defensive tackle Mike Martin refusing to back down from each other during contact drills.

Michigan’s Graham sidelined for pro day

Michigan DE/OLB Brandon Graham will not work out at the school’s pro day March 12 because he’s trying to fully recover from a strained hamstring before he works out for NFL teams. Graham will hold a personal workout April 8 at Michigan instead.

Changing of the guard at the draft

While traditional college powerhouses like Miami (Fla.), Notre Dame, Michigan and LSU are missing in action at the 2009 NFL Draft, there is one upstart having a banner year.

Purdue, Northwestern, Michigan hold pro days

Purdue, Northwestern and Michigan recently held pro days. Check out the highlights from those three schools in Gil Brandt’s report.

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