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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12/11/14 - CB Jeremy Lane practiced fully on Wednesday and is on track to return after missing the last two games with a glute injury.
12/11/14 - CB Jeremy Lane was listed as a full participant and is expected to play against the 49ers after missing the last two games with a glute injury. He is expected to play against the 49ers.
12/08/14 - CB Jeremy Lane was again inactive with a glute injury that also held him out of the win over the 49ers on Nov. 27. It's turning into something of a lost season for the third-year cornerback who earlier missed eight games with a groin injury that put him on the short-term disabled list. Seattle coach Pete Carroll said Monday that Lane was healthy enough to play but was held out after not practicing all week and should be fine for Sunday's game against the 49ers.
12/03/14 - CB Jeremy Lane, the team's starting nickel back, missed the 49ers' game with a glute injury and was limited in practice again on Wednesday. But it is expected that Lane will be able to return.
11/28/14 - CB Jeremy Lane was a somewhat surprise inactive with a glute injury. He had been listed as limited during the week but had played the previous game against Arizona. Lane is the team's primary nickel back and Seattle replaced him against the 49ers by moving Byron Maxwell inside in the nickel and using Tharold Simon outside alongside Richard Sherman.