Coach Evan Neal slams ‘false news’ about his health ahead of the 2022 NFL Draft 2022-04-27 11:18:00


Evan Neal’s personal trainer slammed a report alleging the offensive tackle had a “medical problem” just days before he was expected to make it into the top 10 in the 2022 NFL.

“Fake news!” offensive line coach Duke Manyweather tweeted Tuesday, in response to a report that said some teams had “medically failed” at the Alabama product, which could be a target for the Giants at No. 5 or 7 overall.

“Neil wasn’t a recheck and was medically cleared on combination. Dude hasn’t missed a workout since the National Championship!”

Manyweather has followed up on a number of videos showing Neal’s dominance over Georgia defensive end Travon Walker – one of the top potential players who is now a top candidate to move up to number one overall in the Jaguars – in the national title game.

Evan Neal
Evan Neal
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Pro Football Talk confirmed that Neil was too He did not ask to return to Indianapolis For a medical re-examination of the Scout Group. Neil only missed one college game, and that was because of COVID.

On Tuesday, Sports Illustrated’s Albert Breer said A “handful of teams” have raised knee and hip issues for Neal, and that “a significant number of clubs” consider him a marked medical risk.

Neil is one of three offensive tackles, along with Ikem Ikono and Charles Kroos, widely expected to be in the top ten.