While the lockout continues to dominate the headlines, it’s business as usual for the hundreds of NFL prospects looking to improve their draft stock.
And some of their dance cards are beginning to fill up.
California defensive end Cameron Jordan—who is currently the NFP’s fourth-rated DE prospect—has upcoming visits scheduled with the Pittsburgh Steelers, Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Buffalo Bills, per a league source.
In addition to those aforementioned visits, Jordan met with the Detroit Lions at their practice and training facility on Tuesday.
The 6-4, 282-pound senior racked up 51 tackles and six sacks in 12 games with the Golden Bears last season en route to earning first team All-PAC-10 honors.
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