One former Tennessee football player appears to have his work cut out for him as he attempts to earn a roster spot in the NFL.
The Tennessee football program held its annual pro timing day Wednesday as 13 outgoing Vols participated in various agility, speed and strength tests inside the Neyland-Thompson Sports Center.
New Tennessee receivers coach Latrell Scott didn't get a look at the Vols' most productive receiver last spring but that's OK. All he needed was a look at the stat sheet.
Big-time wide receivers tend to be flashy and outspoken – Chad "Ocho Sinco" Johnson, Terrell Owens, Randy Moss and Keyshawn Johnson, for instance.
Two starters for Tennessee's offense might want to invest in a copy of Lindy's 2008 College Football Preview ... for motivation more so than information.
Offensive coordinator Dave Clawson says he wants to settle on five receivers who will get the majority of the snaps for Tennessee in 2008. Well ... good luck with that.
A year ago at this time, one of the major concerns for Tennessee's football team entering spring practice was the wide receiver position.
Three starters and a key reserve are among six Tennessee football players who will not be eligible to participate in the upcoming Outback Bowl game against Wisconsin.
December 21, 2007