Former Mississippi State defensive lineman Jeffery Simmons, a projected first-round choose within the NFL draft, suffered a knee harm throughout coaching that’s regarded as a torn ACL, league sources inform ESPN’s Adam Schefter and Chris Mortensen.
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An announcement to supply readability on Simmons’ harm is anticipated to be launched later Tuesday, based on Schefter and Mortensen.
Simmons was rated because the No. 12 total draft prospect within the newest large board from ESPN’s Mel Kiper, and he was projected to be the No. 7 total choose by the Jaguars in ESPN draft knowledgeable Todd McShay’s newest mock draft.
A high prospect popping out of highschool, Simmons was captured on video hitting a lady; the incident came about earlier than Simmons arrived at Mississippi State. He later pleaded no contest to easy assault.