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Wyoming QB Josh Allen admitted his first Senior Bowl practice was "a little ugly" as he and the receivers got adjusted to each other and a new playbook, and he said he had some "easy misses." But he said that's to be expected on Day 1 and "we'll come out tomorrow and clean things up."

Mike Triplett, ESPN Staff Writer

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Washington State quarterback Luke Falk is honoring his former backup, Tyler Hilinski, at this week's Senior Bowl by wearing Hilinski's No. 3. Hilinski died of an apparent suicide earlier this month, and Falk wants to both honor him and bring attention to his story since he said there is often a stigma for men and football players struggling with similar issues.

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Key ready to get after NFL QBs.

Todd McShay expects Arden Key to make noise in the NFL, as he projects the LSU DE to be a first-round pick.

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Wyoming quarterback and top draft prospect Josh Allen faced waves of questions at Tuesday's Senior Bowl media session about how he might handle being the No. 1 overall pick, how he might handle joining an 0-16 Browns team or how he might handle the New York atmosphere if he goes to the Giants or Jets. Allen handled all of them in similar fashion, saying all situations will come with pressure — but he has already been self-motivated and held himself to a higher standard his entire life.

Mike Triplett, ESPN Staff Writer


South Dakota State TE on plays his team ran similar to Chiefs TE Travis Kelce

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You'd be hard-pressed to find a player here at the Senior Bowl smiling more than Central Florida linebacker Shaquem Griffin, who is chasing his NFL dream despite having just one hand. He's undersized at 6-foot, 223 pounds, but plans to audition everywhere from edge rusher to linebacker to defensive back this week. Griffin said this opportunity "means everything."

Mike Triplett, ESPN Staff Writer

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