|Offense||26th||92.6 (25th)||225.9 (18th)|
|Defense||4th||106.4 (11th)||205.8 (3rd)|
However, Collins is not allowed to have visits from clubs on campus or residence, as he has withdrawn from LSU and finals have not concluded at the school, Pro Football Talk reports.
"Clubs are prohibited from visiting a player who was eligible for the 2015 Draft at his campus or residence if the player has withdrawn from school and final exams have yet to conclude at the school,” NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy said via email. "This includes drafted players, any undrafted players that have signed as free agents, and any undrafted players that have yet to sign."
Collins' agent also said the tackle isn't taking official meetings with any teams at this time, the Associated Press reports.
Collins met with police earlier in the day to answer questions in the murder investigation of his former girlfriend. He is still not being considered a suspect by the police.
Collins was considered a potential first-round pick as recently as a week before the draft.
Carrington played his first four seasons with the Bills, but left after the 2013 season. In 2014, he played for the Rams and registered one tackle in eight games.
Free-agent defensive end
Carrington played his first four seasons with the Bills. In 2014, he played for the Rams and registered one tackle in eight games.
"I don't want to say it's a make-it-or-break-it year, but I know it's definitely a very important spring right now," Manuel said following a voluntary veterans minicamp session this week. "Obviously, the third year is where a lot of NFL quarterbacks that are starters really show that, 'Hey, this guy can be a longtime starter for this team.'"
Manuel is expected to be involved in a three-way quarterback battle during camp with Matt Cassel and Tyrod Taylor. He said he'd be fine if the Bills add a fourth quarterback to the mix as well.
"Welcome to the team," Manuel said, when asked what his reaction might be. "Come in and be ready to work, and fall in line."
Coach Rex Ryan liked what he saw from Manuel during the team's first on-field session Tuesday.
"EJ was impressive to me today," Ryan said. "I'd still like to see it speeded up just a tad."
Running back Fred Jackson has noticed a change in the third-year quarterback.
"It's just about getting the mental part down. And that's where I think he's improved the most," Jackson said. "He knows the challenge in front of him. And it's one that he's willing to accept. That's all we can ask of him."
Rex Ryan has declared that new
Ryan made the joke because Hughes, who signed a five-year, $45 million contract extension this offseason, has been so dominant in the current sessions. Ryan estimated that Hughes registered five or six sacks before he had to pull him off the field and allow the offense to get its work in uninterrupted.
"This just in: I am really happy we signed Jerry Hughes back," Ryan told Syracuse.com. "It's rare that you have to pull a guy from practice because he's ruining your practice. I had to pull him (Wednesday)."
Hughes is coming off successive 10-plus sack seasons. Ryan expressed certainty that he will continue to thrive despite a shift in defensive philosophy.
"If he keeps rushing the pass like he did (Wednesday), yeah I'd say so," Ryan said. "You can put him anywhere, too. He plays much bigger than his frame. He's like 255 or something, but he plays much bigger. He can play as an end, play as an outside backer. He's definitely a physical player, he's a great athlete."
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