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Badgers among winners during breeze deadline
Wisconsin mislaid cornerback Nick Nelson early to a NFL, though a lapse of linebacker T.J. Edwards, left tackle Michael Deiter and right ensure Beau Benzschawel make a Badgers winners during a breeze deadline, according to ESPN.
Joe Schobert in a Pro Bowl
Former Badgers linebacker Joe Schobert is headed to a Pro Bowl. In his second year with a Cleveland Browns, Schobert had 144 tackles, tied for a many in a NFL.
Jack Cichy only needs a chance
Injuries have harm his breeze stock, though what linebacker Jack Cichy put on fasten in singular movement will be good adequate to get him an event in a NFL, writes Sean Keeler.
In his latest recruiting notebook, Jesse Temple looks during a late grant offer in a 2018 class, a attainment of Wisconsin’s early enrollees and Michigan visiting Badgers’ 2019 QB dedicate Graham Mertz.
Shrine Game week continues
Following Day 2 of Shrine Game practices, Wisconsin linebacker Leon Jacobs was spotted talking with staff from a Detroit Lions, while reserve Natrell Jamerson reportedly chatted with a Miami Dolphins and Los Angeles Chargers.
Also, a central heights and weights of a players were published, and Jacobs, Jamerson and defensive lineman Alec James were all a bit smaller than listed on a school’s roster.
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Wisconsin churned during Purdue
The Badgers were no compare for No. 3 Purdue on Tuesday night, losing 78-50 to dump to 9-10 on a year. It’s a latest in a deteriorate they’ve been underneath .500 given 1998 — a final time a module missed a NCAA Tournament.
Wisconsin rookies respected
The Badgers had a span of players taken in a initial turn of a 2017 NFL Draft and both were large hits for their teams. Outside linebacker T.J. Watt (Pittsburgh) and descent lineman Ryan Ramczyk (New Orleans) were any named to a Pro Football Writers of America’s All-Rookie Team.
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