Much of the NFL — more than 600 NFL staff and personnel — has descended on Mobile, Alabama, for the Reese's Senior Bowl, which will be held at Ladd-Peebles Stadium.
NFL Network is broadcasting three days of practices in leading up to the 71st annual college all-star game that is scheduled for a 1:30 p.m. (CT) kickoff.
Here are 10 Tweets from the first day of practices by the North (coached by the Detroit Lions staff) and South (coached by the Cincinnati Bengals staff)…
Tuesday began with a weigh-in for measurements. One player, Alex Taylor, a tackle from South Carolina State, accounted for three superlatives:
Draft analyst Dane Brugler was a little tongue-in-cheek when he posted measurements of the hands of quarterbacks:
NFL Media's Tom Pelissero is reporting from Mobile all week. He noted that a solid showing at last week's East-West Shrine Bowl led to another opportunity for a defensive line prospect:
QB Jalen Hurts, who finished second in Heisman voting, received a special helmet honoring his time at Alabama and Oklahoma.
There was some confusion as to whether he would wear it during the game, but he showed up at practice Tuesday in a Sooners-only helmet.
NFL Media's Daniel Jeremiah released his first Mock Draft of 2020 on Tuesday and slotted Javon Kinlaw, a defensive tackle out of South Carolina, to the Vikings at the No. 25 spot. Kinlaw explained obstacles that he's overcome during a session with media members on Tuesday:
Kinlaw also is on the radar of Pro Football Hall of Fame member Gil Brandt:
Former Buckeyes receiver K.J. Hill showed his ability to separate in this 1-on-1 rep:
A lot can happen in a year; just ask Deebo Samuel and San Francisco. The same 49ers staff that worked the 2019 Senior Bowl is preparing for the Super Bowl, thanks in part to Samuel's contributions as a rookie:
Offensive lineman Ben Bartch is representing the St. John's University Johnnies and all of Division III in Mobile. Make sure to listen to the ingredients in a weight-gaining milkshake he used: