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2hTodd McShay

McShay: Dorsett could sneak into first round

Miami's pro day brought out representatives from all 32 NFL teams. Which players stood out the most to NFL draft guru Todd McShay?

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Source: Michigan adding ex-Iowa QB Rudock

Michigan will add one more quarterback to its roster for the 2015 season. Fifth-year senior Jake Rudock plans to transfer to the school and play for the Wolverines next fall, according to a source close to the situation.

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4hKyle Bonagura

Former DL Armstead settles lawsuit with USC

Former USC defensive lineman Armond Armstead has settled his lawsuit, which alleged that misuse of the painkiller Toradol led to a heart attack, against the school and a team doctor, his attorneys announced Wednesday.

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Roundtable: Big 12 second-year players to watch

In this week's Big 12 roundtable, we focus on second-year players who redshirted last year, those who played and those who need to step up most.

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Dorsett could sneak into 1st round

WR Phillip Dorsett had 40-yard-dash times of 4.27 and 4.24 seconds at Miami's pro day. Insider Todd McShay: "Not only did he catch everything thrown at him and flash his usual suddenness and explosiveness ... but he once again showed that he is the rare burner who can also play under control."


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After practice today, head coach Jimbo Fisher announced FB Freddie Stevenson will be out the rest of spring with a hyperextended knee.

Job swap for Florida coach & prez

Florida football coach Jim McElwain and university president Kent Fuchs pretended to trade jobs today because of an “obscure contract clause.” The April Fools' gag


Gruden plays hardball with Winston

Jameis Winston on how playing baseball and pitching has helped him on the football field: "Situation football can win you a game or lose you a game."


Taylor accuser released from jail

The woman who accused former Alabama football player Jonathan Taylor of assault and recanted the allegations has been released from the Tuscaloosa County Jail on bond after being arrested and charged today with false reporting to law enforcement.

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Winston a lock for No. 1 ?

Todd McShay on First Draft podcast: "The only way Jameis Winston is not the first pick is if ... information gets gathered from his past that has not yet been found. Or if Jameis does something off the field that makes Tampa Bay reconsider."

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Roger Cossack on Jonathan Taylor

"Saban is in a tough spot. [Jonathan Taylor] was a guy that had a reputation, had a tail that followed him from Georgia to Alabama. ... In this situation it looks like they are going to have to make a decision [on whether to reinstate him] based on who this guy is, what his problems have been and what these problems really mean."


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Duke Johnson on shaving 40 time from 4.59 to 4.47: “I knew I could do better. I know I trained too hard to run what I ran at the combine."

Lattimore: RB Mike Davis 'special'

Former Gamecocks RB Marcus Lattimore on Mike Davis, ESPN's 10th-rated RB in this year's draft: "He's quick, he's fast and he's very explosive. [He] has a lot of power and can fit in any offense. ... He's the perfect ideal back that you want."


Taylor accuser recants statement

The woman who accused former Alabama lineman Jonathan Taylor of assault has said she fabricated the story, according to police. She has been arrested for giving a false report, but charges against Taylor have not yet been dismissed. Said officer Kip Hart: "We're scratching the surface of what's going on."

Jones compares favorably to Cromartie

Byron Jones unofficially ran a 4.36 at UConn's pro day, which would have been the 2nd-best by any CB at the 2015 combine. Jones and Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie are the only players to lead or co-lead all CBs in the broad jump, vertical and 60-yard shuttle at the combine in the last decade.

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