Ravens Host Guard Robert Myers and Running Back Tevin Coleman for Workouts


Nov 29, 2014; Bloomington, IN, USA; Indiana Hoosiers running back Tevin Coleman (6) runs with the ball during the first quarter against the Purdue Boilermakers at Memorial Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Pat Lovell-USA TODAY Sports

March is an incredibly busy time of year for NFL personnel.  Amid all the dizzying array of moves teams have made in free agency so far, they are also focused on reviewing draft eligible players and getting their draft boards ready.  The Ravens recently met with one player, and are getting ready to host another, according to the Baltimore Sun.

Tennessee offensive guard Robert Myers had a private workout with the team following his Pro Day workout.  This is in addition to his meeting with the Ravens during the NFL Combine and a chat the two sides had at the Senior Bowl.  A projected fifth round prospect, Myers was a three year starter at Tennessee State and was a two time all conference selection.

Indiana running back Tevin Coleman is also scheduled to visit the Ravens, in addition to the Panthers and Cardinals.  Coleman had an incredibly productive season in 2014, rushing for 2,036 yards and setting a school record while averaging a stout 7.5 yards per carry.  Much of that production amazing came after Coleman broke his big right toe.

A projected second round pick, Coleman wasn’t able to run the 40 at the Combine as he is recovering from surgery on that broken toe, but he plans to run at his pro day on April 15th.  Drawing comparisons to DeMarco Murray for his running style, it’s very conceivable that Coleman will be rising up some draft boards if he hits his projection of a 4.39-4.4 second 40.

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