Even if undrafted, receiver likely to get a shot
With the heat index hovering around 100 degrees, former Clemson wide receiver Roscoe Crosby suffered leg cramps that forced him to cut short his Friday audition for NFL scouts.
How much the truncated workout cramps Crosby's value in the July 14 supplemental draft remains to be seen. The unfinished session leaves unsettled the issue of just how high a pick a team might be willing to invest in a prospect who has appeared in only one football game since 2001.
"The heat was a big thing," said ...
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