Mississippi State pass rusher Ryan Brown to visit Saints, Raiders, Dolphins, has April 18 Pro Day

Mississippi State defensive end Ryan Brown has made a sound recovery from a stress fracture in his right foot that required surgery and is set to work out for NFL teams on April 18.
Brown has visits with the New Orleans Saints, Oakland Raiders and Miami Dolphins.
Brown is considered an intriguing prospect who was invited to the East-West Shrine all-star game, but was unable to participate due to the injury. Brown would have also been in the Senior Bowl all-star game if not for the foot injury.
The 6-foot-6, 255-pounder played the final five games of the season, including the Egg Bowl, before undergoing surgery and had to miss the Belk Bowl.
The New Orleans native had 39 tackles, eight for losses and 2 1/2 sacks, as a senior.
Brown was a team captain and a two-year starter.
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