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Draft Scout Earl Watford News
09/14/15 - RT Earl Watford did a solid job against Saints defensive end Cameron Jordan. Jordan had a couple of pressures, but the Cardinals like Watford's run blocking. He's athletic enough to run and block and powerful at the point of attack.
09/07/15 - RT Earl Watford appears to have the won the starting job. He played better than two other players, D.J. Humphries and Bradley Sowell. Watford's primary position is guard, but he's athletic enough to be a good tackle.
10/23/13 - --G Earl Watford (knee) was injured in a car accident on Tuesday. Watford attended practice on Wednesday but did not participate.
04/28/13 - A closer look at the Cardinals' picks: Round 4/116 - Earl Watford, G, 6-4, 300, James Madison...The Cardinals traded down six spots, receiving the Giants sixth-round pick in return. They took their second guard in the draft, a sign that they weren't pleased with their interior line play last season. - The Sports Xchange
04/17/13 - 2013 James Madison Pro Day: Earl Watford vying to be James Madisonís first draft pick since 2010...Representatives from seven NFL teams gathered at James Madisonís pro day on March 18, where six players - joined by some from area small schools such as Virginia Military Institute and Norfolk State - worked out outdoors on FieldTurf.
Earl Watford, G (6-foot-3 5/8, 301) - Watford was at the NFL Scouting Combine, and kept his numbers posted in Indy. He did position drills only. Watford has 34-inch arms, which is long for a lineman.
James Madison hasnít had a player selected in the NFL draft since 2010 (when both linebacker Arthur Moats Ė by the Buffalo Bills - and return specialist Scotty McGee Ė by the Jacksonville Jaguars - were picked in the sixth round). The most famous James Madison alums to have played in the NFL are defensive end Charles Haley (a fourth-round draft pick in 1986) and Gary Clark (a supplemental draft pick in 1984). - Gil Brandt, NFL.com