Alabama star linebacker Reuben Foster is heading back to Indianapolis, the site of the NFL Scouting Combine which he was forced to leave early after a reportedly altercation with a hospital staff member during medical checks.
This time, Foster is heading back for his medical reevaluation which will hopefully go smoother than the one in February.
Foster has been recovering from offseason shoulder surgery and appears to be closer to 100 percent.
Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network shared the news:
Combine medical re-checks are this week & #Bama LB Reuben Foster was asked back after his incident. His shoulder has full range of motion
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) April 11, 2017
Foster will reportedly be joined for medical rechecks by Washington wide receiver John Ross, Western Michigan wide receiver Corey Davis, UCLA defensive end Takkarist McKinley, Michigan tight end Jake Butt and Wisconsin tackle Ryan Ramczyk, according to Pro Football Talk.
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