Schwartz recently revealed an incident involving Tennessee defensive end Jevon Kearse that scared him from revealing too much about players’ injuries.
“Since the season’s been over, I haven’t taken any time off,” Vanden Bosch said, per the report. “I kind of just want to get back to full strength and then maybe back off a little bit. But I’ve probably trained harder than I ever have the last couple of months. And I really feel great.
The deeper you get into the second round, the safer the Carpenter pick becomes. I don’t see him lasting past St. Louis at the 47th pick overall. Bradford could have bookends for the next 10+ years if they choose to move Carpenter to right tackle opposite of Rodger Saffold. For the Rams to make that pick, he would have to make it pass the Dallas Cowboys at 40th overall and the Detroit Lions at 44th overall.
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