Senior Bowl Team Interests: Day One

As soon as the final whistle blew at the end of Monday's practice, NFL coaches and scouts rushed the field to talk with the players they favor. Which teams were talking to which players? The crew was on-hand and has the skinny right here.

The Baltimore Ravens, Philadelphia Eagles and San Diego Chargers were among the most active teams at the conclusion of Monday's practices.

Ravens representatives met DL Shea McClellin (Boise State), CB Janoris Jenkins (North Alabama) and OG Philip Blake (Baylor).

The Chargers also met with Blake, in addition to chatting up QB Nick Foles (Arizona), WR Marquis Maze (Alabama) and LB Lavonte David (Nebraska).

RB Dan Herron
The Eagles, looking to beef up their defensive front seven, spoke with LB Jake Bequette (Arkansas) and LB Keenan Robinson (Texas). RB Dan Herron (Ohio State) also met with the Eagles, as well as the Detroit Lions.

Like the Eagles, the New Orleans Saints met with a pair of defenders, pulling aside LB Emmanuel Acho (Texas) and DB Dwight "Bill" Bentley (South Carolina).

The Oakland Raiders showed interest in RBs, talking to Chris Polk (Washington) and Isiah Pead (Cincinnati). Pead also talked with the Kansas City Chiefs and Cincinnati Bengals.

The New York Jets pulled aside one player on each side of the ball, speaking to WR Dwight Jones (North Carolina) and DB D'Anton Lynn (Penn State). Lynn also talked to the Carolina Panthers.

WR Brian Quick (Appalachian State) was also popular on Monday, having interviews with the Jacksonville Jaguars and Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

A couple of offensive linemen also drew interview, with Mike Adams (Ohio State) talking to the Houston Texans and Johnnie Troutman (Penn State) speaking with the San Francisco 49ers.

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