This is Charlie Campbell's Tuesday 2014 Senior Bowl Prospect Meetings Report. Charlie is reporting live from Mobile, Ala., and he'll describe what he sees at practice and whom certain prospects talk to all week.
Here is a recap of the player interviews that were conducted on the field after Tuesday's practice by the North team. Typically, these interviews with area scouts are to set up longer, formal interviews for a night during the week. While teams say they "talk" to every player, teams do not take the time to conduct formal interviews with every draft prospect, so this can be a clue as to which players are on their radar.
New Orleans Saints - Wisconsin safety Dez Southward, Utah State center Tyler Larsen, Wisconsin tight end Jacob Pedersen, UCLA wide receiver Shaq Evans and Miami quarterback Stephen Morris.
Houston Texans - Ohio State offensive tackle Jack Mewhort.
Denver Broncos - Connecticut defensive tackle Shamar Stephen and Washington State safety Deone Bucannon.
Indianapolis Colts - Missouri outside linebacker Michael Sam and Marshall tight end Gator Hoskins.
Philadelphia Eagles - Illinois outside linebacker Jonathan Brown and Washington State safety Deone Bucannon*.
San Diego Chargers - Iowa tight end C.J. Fiedorowicz, Wyoming wide receiver Robert Herron, Washington State safety Deone Bucannon and UCLA inside linebacker Jordan Zumwalt.
Jacksonville Jaguars - Iowa tight end C.J. Fiedorowicz.
San Francisco 49ers - Iowa tight end C.J. Fiedorowicz and West Virginia running back Charles Sims.
St. Louis Rams - Harvard long snapper Tyler Ott.
Baltimore Ravens - Missouri outside linebacker Michael Sam, Rice kicker Chris Boswell and Wisconsin linebacker Chris Borland.
Atlanta Falcons - West Virginia running back Charles Sims.
*There were several Philadelphia Eagles scouts talking with Washington State safety Deone Bucannon after the North practice.
@Coleton Carson Palmer was extended in the offseason through the 2018 season. This signals that they will probably try to get by with him at QB and improve in other areas first (for example, the offensive line). If they're lucky, they might even start losing more and improve their draft position. By the time the 2019 draft rolls around, they can draft a QB into team that has good tools to work with.