Defensive line prospect Kentavius Street suffered a torn ACL during a private workout for the New York Giants on Wednesday, according to a report from Pro Football Talk.
Street was the “other” defensive end at North Carolina State, opposite Bradley Chubb. Chubb, in the conversation for the Giants at No.2 overall, is expected to work out for the team on Thursday.
Street had 3.5 sacks and 6.5 tackles for loss in 2017. He was considered a probable mid-round pick.
Players trying to impressive NFL teams in the buildup to the draft get hurt seemingly every year. Last year, cornerback Sidney Jones tore an Achilles tendon. This year, Ohio State center Billy Price suffered a partially torn pectoral during the bench press at the NFL Combine.
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WHAT IT MEANS FOR THE GIANTS
The team with the best chance and motivation to deal for weird star wideout Odell Beckham Jr. was the Rams. But inside the Rams the feeling was they weren’t going to denude two straight drafts and pay an excellent receiver quarterback money. There’s no doubt Giants coach Pat Shurmur was thrilled to see the Cooks deal Tuesday night, because Shurmur very much wants to make Beckham the centerpiece of his long-term offensive attack. I’d think there’s very little chance, unless the price comes way down, for the Giants to move Beckham now.