Posts Tagged ‘Purdue’
Robert Marve‘s college football odyssey could still net an opportunity in the NFL. During the March 1 workout in West Lafayette, Ind., Marve displayed a great arm during position drills, a demonstration that could earn the quarterback a longer look from NFL teams as a potential rookie free-agent pickup.
Purdue defensive tackle Kawann Short will not work out at the NFL Scouting Combine or his school’s pro day on March 1. A hamstring injury will keep the star Boilermaker shelved for the immediate future, but Short will hold a personal workout for teams at the Purdue campus on March 25. Short is expected to go in the first two rounds of the draft. Follow Gil Brandt on Twitter @Gil_Brandt
So, Sunday is for the NFL, but Saturday is for college football. And, since today is Saturday, we’ll take a brief break from NFL talk (kinda) to discuss college football… with one of professional football’s stars. Today’s topic? Why the Big Ten sucks. Now, the Big Ten being terrible isn’t new. But it is timely, with no conference teams in the coaches’ poll. Why not ask former Purdue QB Drew Brees what he thinks… especially because he lives in New Orleans, which is SEC Country through and through. It’s all LSU there. In the phone call that led to posts like this one and this one, Brees explained. “You know what? I’m so disappointed… especially because I live in New Orleans […]
There were 15 NFL teams present, including Arizona Cardinals assistant head coach/offensive line coach Russ Grimm, when Purdue University held its pro day indoors on FieldTurf on March 9.
Two offensive linemen who did not participate at the NFL Scouting Combine, and a kicker who was at Lucas Oil Stadium in late February, were the players of note working out in West Lafayette, Ind.
Posted: Tuesday, March 15th, 2011 | Tiffany Shine Tags: Dustin Keller, Girl Scout Cookies, Little Mexico 2, Main Course Madness, March Madness, Morristown, NCAA Tournament, New Jersey, New York Times, Nick Mangold, Ohio State, Purdue
You might have Ohio State beating UTSA in your March Madness bracket. Dustin Keller, food critic for The New York Times and tight end for the New York Jets, has grilled steak beating fried bologna in his bracket.
A strange sight unfurled Saturday in the crowded Lucas Oil Stadium concourse, just outside the media center.
Two players invited to the NFL Scouting Combine, Purdue wide receiver Keith Smith and Mississippi defensive end Kentrell Lockett, are expected to learn from the NCAA on Monday if they will be granted a sixth year of eligibility.
While Wednesday was the start of the unofficial “pro day season” on college campuses around the country — and NFL.com will have daily updates on how the draft prospects fare at these events — it was also the first day for scouts to look at top prospects for 2011.