RB Javon Ringer - Ringer could be a fine compliment to Maurice Jones-Drew as he is strong and has great hands out of the backfield. Ringer can make tough yards inside and was very productive as a collegiate. He's currently projected as a third-round pick.
S Otis Wiley - Prototypical strong safety with good athleticism. Can play in the box and return punts. Very good at everything, but not great at anything. Wiley could step in and compete for a starting job next to Reggie Nelson. He's currently projected as a late-round pick.
QB Brian Hoyer - Hoyer has a good enough arm to make all the throws; delivers a nice ball and goes through his reads. Average size and athleticism. Could be a solid developmental QB. Projected as a late-round pick.
Here are some of the other players that worked out that are expected to be free agents:
TE Eric Andino
LB Ryan Allison
S Mike Bell
K Todd Boleski
WR Deon Curry
K Matt Haughey
DE Dwayne Holmes
DT Justin Kershaw
DE Brandon Long
OG Roland Martin
FB Jeff McPherson
OT Jesse Miller
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