The Senior Bowl isn't just a chance to look at the prospects on show, there's a whole world of speculation and opinion on offer for reporters. Amongst the gossip, news of two other teams picking in the top five and their plans for the 2009 draft.
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Jim Thomas from the St. Louis Despatch looks at the Rams options and speaks to some people in the know. He spoke to one NFC scout about wide receiver Michael Crabtree and apparently the scouts from St. Louis will be trying to convince the front office to select the Texas Tech play maker.
"He's a big-time down-the-field receiver. He'll come in and be good. He's legit. Just listening to the Rams' scouts, I guarantee you the people there are going to be pushing for Crabtree." - NFC Scout
Tony Grossi from the Plain Dealer Reporter suggests the Cleveland Browns will be hoping to get a dominant outside linebacker such as Wake Forest's Aaron Curry. Could the senior prospect be on Seattle's radar if they choose not to re-sign Leroy Hill after his arrest on Saturday?
"Curry, 6-2 and 246 pounds, was not at the Senior Bowl. On a conference call, NFL Network analyst Mike Mayock said, "Curry is the quintessential safe pick. He's smart, tough, aggressive. He's a guy who's played at a high level in the ACC and won't cause you any problems." - Tony Grossi