The event is expected to include the following incoming rookies: Prince Amukamara, Nebraska; Marvin Austin, North Carolina; Adrian Clayborn, Iowa; Marcell Dareus, Alabama; Nick Fairley, Auburn; Blaine Gabbert, Missouri; A.J. Green, Georgia; Mark Ingram, Alabama; Julio Jones, Alabama Cameron Jordan, Cal;Ryan Kerrigan, Purdue; Corey Liuget, Illinois; Von Miller, Texas A&M; Rahim Moore, UCLA; Cam Newton, Auburn; Patrick Peterson, LSU Robert Quinn, North Carolina; Aldon Smith, Missouri; Daniel Thomas, Kansas State; and J.J. Watt, Wisconsin.
University of North Carolina linebacker Quan Sturdivant is scheduled to visit the Washington Redskins on Tuesday followed by a Wednesday visit with the Kansas City Chiefs, according to a league source with knowledge of the situation.
He conducted a private workout today for the Atlanta Falcons.
Why we believe: Last season was a big breakout for Cassel, and part of the reason was his explosive, highly productive connection with go-to receiver Bowe. But other than Bowe and running back Jamaal Charles, there was little pop in the Chiefs’ passing game last season. Although Tony Moeaki looks legit at tight end, the team needs a consistent No. 2 wideout to play opposite Bowe. Haley experienced great success in Arizona with the duo of Larry Fitzgerald and Anquan Boldin. Ideally, he would like a similar combination with someone and Bowe. Whoever steps into that role will have a immediate opportunity to exploit single coverage and get open quickly for Cassel.
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