Data Scout Notes: Northwestern State CB Jeremy Lane (6-0, 190) also showed up to the pro day and was a revelation. He ran 4.53 and 4.56 40-yard dashes and had a 39.5 vertical leap, 10-8 broad jump, 4.32 shuttle. 7.02 three-cone, and 12 bench press reps. He had a good workout and resembles former Louisiana-Lafayette standout Ike Taylor. He should be a third-day pick. - Gil Brandt, NFL.co
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Draft Scout Jeremy Lane News
11/23/15 - CB Jeremy Lane will be added to the 53-man roster this week and is expected to play against the Steelers. He's spent the first 11 weeks on the physically unable to perform list after suffering a torn ACL and broken arm in the Super Bowl. He's practiced the last two weeks with the team.
11/11/15 - CB Jeremy Lane (knee/arm) was limited in practice on Wednesday after returning to practice on Monday. He remains on the PUP list.
11/09/15 - CB Jeremy Lane officially returned to practice on Monday after spending the first nine weeks on the physically unable to perform list. Lane had been on the physically unable to perform list since the start of training camp after tearing his ACL and suffering a broken arm in the Super Bowl in February.
11/04/15 - CB Jeremy Lane is expected to return to practice when the Seahawks return from their bye week next Monday. Lane has been on the physically unable to perform list since the start of training camp after tearing his ACL and suffering a broken arm in the Super Bowl in February.
11/02/15 - CB Jeremy Lane (knee/arm) is expected to return to practice when the Seahawks get back to work after their bye week. Lane has been on the PUP list after tearing an ACL and breaking his arm in the Super Bowl. He can practice for up to 21 days once he returns to practice before needing to be added to the active roster no later than Nov. 24.