Before Combine: Hgt: 6070, Wgt: 315, 40YD: 4.96-5.08-5.17
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Draft Scout Jake Long News
07/26/16 - OT Jake Long has agreed to terms with the Baltimore Ravens. The agreement is for one season, according to ESPN. Long, a four-time Pro Bowler, is expected to sign the contract on Tuesday night. Long, 31, played in just four games for the Atlanta Falcons last season after tearing the ACL in his right knee in each of the previous two campaigns. Long was the No. 1 overall selection of the 2008 NFL draft by the Miami Dolphins. He played five seasons with Miami before playing two with the Rams and one with Atlanta.
09/16/15 - T Jake Long was signed by the Falcons Tuesday (Sept. 15). Long, the No. 1 overall pick in 2008 with the Miami Dolphins, made multiple stops to the team's Flowery Branch, Ga., headquarters for team physicians to gauge his physical readiness to return to football. He was released by the St. Louis Rams and is recovering from a torn anterior cruciate ligament suffered during the 2013 and 2014 seasons.
09/16/15 - OT Jake Long, who signed with the Falcons on Tuesday, will be brought along slowly and be groomed to play left and right tackle.
"We'll start him off at left and then we'll swing him over to right as well," coach Dan Quinn said. "We definitely like his versatility. He's played left for a long time, but he's a good football player. Most guys can swing and play both who have that kind of mindset. We'll (play) him at both."
Long is coming off two anterior cruciate ligament surgeries, and he finished the past four seasons on injured reserved.
03/09/15 - T Jake Long will have his contract terminated by the Rams Tuesday. The club announced the move Monday. Long was the No. 1 overall pick by the Miami Dolphins in 2009 and started 62 games for them before signing a four-year, $34 million contract with St. Louis in 2013.
He started 22 games for the Rams but missed the final nine games last season due to a torn ACL -- the same one he tore to end the 2013 season. He was due $9.25 million in 2015, and the team will save $8 million by releasing him.
11/10/14 - T Jake Long recently had his surgery to repair a torn ACL, an injury suffered against Kansas City in Week 8. Head coach Jeff Fisher said Long "is rehabbing, doing well."