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Del Rio not concerned about Bob Sanders' health | jacksonville.com
A giant Bob Sanders banner still hangs on one side of Lucas Oil Stadium. At least it did as of Wednesday. But Sanders, who the Colts cut last week, is looking for a new landing spot and Jaguars coach Jack Del Rio was impressed with his visit to Jacksonville on Monday. He spoke on Sanders at the Combine today. Sanders came in for a medical exam and passed his physical.
The first thing every media here familiar with the Jaguars said upon listening to Andy Dalton was that he really seemed like a Gene Smith kind of guy. He's smart, a hard worker, played four years in college and has leadership qualities.
INDIANAPOLIS — Bob Sanders passed his physical with the Jaguars, and coach Jack Del Rio liked what he saw during the Indianapolis Colts safety's visit to Jacksonville on Monday
Asked to rank his draft needs on Friday, defensive minded Jaguars coach Jack Del Rio slyly said: "Defensive back, linebacker, and defensive line." We think he was half-joking.
INDIANAPOLIS – In any NFL Draft, uncertainty reigns. Chan Gailey, entering his second season as head coach of the Buffalo Bills – a team holding the No. 3 overall selection in the 2011 NFL Draft and one seemingly very much in the market for a quarterback – said a recent trend has helped make that particularly true at the league's most-high profile position.
INDIANAPOLIS – First meeting with the head coach Friday. Jack Del Rio and I met at the J.W. Marriott a few minutes from Lucas Oil Stadium late Friday afternoon. We talked a bit about my predecessor, and he said Rick beat him in golf on the way out the door. Spent a lot of time talking about how he feels about the team going forward.
INDIANAPOLIS -- Players at the scouting combine know they’ll face the toughest questions on the toughest topics teams can find. So many come here well-prepped, with scripted replies at the ready.
INDIANAPOLIS -- Terrance Knighton was way overweight last offseason. "Pot Roast" got it under control and played quite well. Late in the year he let his number get too high again, and his play fell off.