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Mike Jones is in Mobile as NFL prospects aim to impress Redskins and others, and improve their draft stock.

College prospects are aiming to show NFL teams that they should be drafted; Mike Jones has some highlights from the North team's morning practice.

Washington Redskins officials will spend this week in Mobile, Ala., evaluating draft prospects during the next three days of practices leading up to Saturday’s Senior Bowl.

When he received the invitation to compete in the Senior Bowl, University of Virginia offensive lineman Morgan Moses welcomed the chance to showcase his skills to NFL talent evaluators.

With many of the NFL’s top wide receivers coming in bigger and stronger packages in recent years, the league has started to trending toward defensive backs of similar molds.

Defensive coordinator Jim Haslett expressed optimism about the direction of the franchise and its ability to quickly rebound.

Logan Thomas had an up-and-down career at Virginia Tech, but his size makes him stand out in Mobile, so he needs to prove he can be a consistent passer.

Charles Sims has played for both Houston and West Virginia, and at wide receiver and running back, and now has his NFL dream within reach.

As the meetings and practices got underway at the Senior Bowl here in Mobile, Ala., Wisconsin inside linebacker Chris Borland felt well-prepared for this fast-paced, action-packed week-long job interview/audition.

The college football all-star game will give the team's player personnel officials a jump-start on the combine.

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