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James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

University of Miami TE and likely first-round pick David Njoku runs his 40 at Pro Day. He has good acceleration for his size.

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Vaughn McClure ESPN Staff Writer 

Falcons coach Dan Quinn addresses the media gathered at the NFC coaches breakfast Wednesday morning. Quinn said he spoke to Golden State coach/friend Steve Kerr and Cleveland Indians manager Terry Francona about the disappointment of blowing a big lead, like Quinn and the Falcons did in a Super Bowl loss to the Patriots. Kerr's Warriors blew 3-1 series lead vs. Cavs in NBA Finals, while Francona's Indians blew 3-1 series lead in World Series loss to Cubs.

James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

The San Diego Chargers are also present at the University of Miami Pro Day. I didn't mention them in an early post.

James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

Miami Hurricane players get ready to run their 40-yard dashes in front of NFL personnel at Pro Day.

James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

Steelers GM Kevin Colbert (left) is in attendance to see University of Miami QB Brad Kaaya and others work out at Pro Day. Pittsburgh is in an interesting spot due to starting QB Ben Roethlisberger not fully committing to returning.

James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

Among the NFL teams spotted early here for the University of Miami Pro Day: Jets, Dolphins, Lions, Raiders, Bears, Colts, Giants, Redskins, Ravens, Bills, Steelers, Seahawks, Browns, Chiefs, Packers.

James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

University of Miami QB Brad Kaaya (center) is holding court before NFL personnel.

James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

A quick look at University of Miami quarterback Brad Kaaya before he works out in front of NFL scouts and executives.

James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

The NFL contingent here for the University of Miami's Pro Day.

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Panthers coach Ron Rivera on what the Patriots are getting in DE Kony Ealy.

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Shelley Smith ESPN Reporter 

Hometown hero Bruce Arians with the biggest crowd!

Shelley Smith ESPN Reporter 

Pete Carroll holding court!

Sheil Kapadia ESPN Writer 

Pete Carroll: Seahawks would love to get something done long-term with Kam Chancellor this offseason. Chancellor is going into the final year of his deal.

Pat McManamon ESPN Staff Writer 

Cardinals coach Bruce Arians said this year's draft has some very talented arms but only one guy he feels is ready to play right away. He would not identify the player.

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

Eagles coach Doug Pederson on WR draft prospect John Ross . "Wherever he ends up, he could potentially be a difference maker because of his speed." Says elusiveness and short-area quickness stand out.

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Ron Rivera says he doesn't know whether Panthers will consider Adrian Peterson. Rivera says he has been road and hasn't met with Dave Gettleman about Peterson, but Rivera will be back in office soon.

Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

Quite the shake-up expected with the Bucs' offensive line this spring. Head coach Dirk Koetter just told reporters at the NFL owners meetings that they'll experiment with last year's right guard, Ali Marpet, at center, J.R. Sweezy at right guard (he would have been the starting left guard last year had it not been for injury) and last year's starting left guard, Kevin Pamphile, will get some work in at right tackle. The goal is to put the best five on the field.

Ben Fawkes @BFawkesESPN

All these months later, it's still heartbreaking to hear Mike Zimmer talk about the severity of Teddy Bridgewater's injury. Man.

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Ron Rivera says he'll attend Leonard Fournette's pro day. However, Rivera says there will be a number of positions the Panthers will consider with their first-round pick.

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

Sean Payton revealed some of the Saints' draft wish list: "I'd like to come out of this draft with a young offensive lineman. We've talked about cornerback. I think it's an outstanding running back class." Payton said he thinks some RBs drafted in the middle rounds will play and have good careers.

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Arians said the plan is for Evan Boehm to start at right guard the first day of the season.