Report: No concerns over Myles Jack’s knee after medical recheck

Myles Jack was one of a handful of players who returned to Indianapolis for a medical recheck. There have been some concerns about the status of the former UCLA Bruins star’s knee, but those concerns are reportedly a thing of the past.

According to ESPN’s Stephania Bell, Jack’s medical recheck “went great.”

Jack had surgery to repair the lateral meniscus in his knee last September.

While this is certainly great news for Jack, there is still a possibility that individual teams could have their own concerns. In that case, team doctors will continue to look at the defensive standout. That could ultimately remove him as an option for some teams, but Jack should still expect to hear his name called early.

When all is said and done, Myles Jack should be a top ten pick in the 2016 NFL Draft and the top five is certainly a possibility.

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