Team Interests Pile Up

Unlike Monday, the North and South teams practiced at different times on Tuesday, allowing all the scouts and coaches to attend both sessions. As a result, there was more activity on the field once practice was over. Here is a run-down of which teams were speaking with which players.

The Baltimore Ravens scouts were working overtime on Tuesday, chatting with a number of prospects, including RB Roy Helu Jr.; WRs Courtney Smith, Austin Pettis, Titus Young and Greg Salas; TE Mike McNeill; and CBs Jalil Brown and Da'Norris Searcy. Helu Jr. was a popular prospect, also meeting with the San Diego Chargers, Minnesota Vikings, Cleveland Browns and New Orleans Saints.

The Chargers also met with DT Christian Ballard, H-back Owen Marecic and WRs Niles Paul and Young. The Saints' meetings included Paul, Young, DT Ian Williams and NT Phil Taylor.

NT Phil Taylor
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Taylor was pulled in several directions, also chatting with the Oakland Raiders, Jacksonville Jaguars and Vikings.

Minnesota also talked with DB Eric Hagg and TE Lance Kendricks.

Other than the Ravens, the busiest teams were the Cleveland Browns and Kansas City Chiefs. The Browns spoke with OL James Carpenter, DL Sione Fua, LB Mason Foster, P Alex Henery and OL Jason Pinkston. Pinkston also met with the Chiefs, as did WR Leonard Hankerson, OL Kristofer O'Dowd and WR Owen Sanzenbacher.

Hankerson also met with the Seattle Seahawks. Henery's other meeting was with the San Francisco 49ers.

Team Interest Round-Up

--LB Casey Matthews spoke with the team his brother helped eliminate on Sunday, the Chicago Bears.

--LB Von Miller met with the Jacksonville Jaguars.

--WR Edmond Gates talked to the Cincinnati Bengals. No word on whether he made a preemptive request for a trade.

--The Carolina Panthers met with DE Pernell McPhee and DB Marcus Gilchrist.

--RB Allen Bailey ran into the Oakland Raiders.

--WR Ronald Johnson spoke to the Tennessee Titans.

--H-back Owen Marecic was pulled aside by the Philadelphia Eagles.

--The Washington Redskins talked to OL Jason Pinkston.

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