Data Scout Notes: 2011: NA/#10-15DT when/if healthy...2010: NA
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Draft Scout Armond Armstead News
10/16/13 - --DT Armond Armstead remains on NFI due to an infection he had this summer. Bill Belichick said Armstead would not begin his practice window on Wednesday, the first week he's eligible to come off NFI.
08/24/13 - DT Armond Armstead opened training camp on NFI (non-football illness) with an infection that required surgery. No timetable has been set for his return to practice.
08/19/13 - DT Armond Armstead opened training camp on NFI (non-football illness) with an infection that required surgery. No timetable has been set for his return to practice.
07/31/13 - DT Armond Armstead opened training camp on NFI (non-football illness) with an undisclosed issue, although Bill Belichick said it does not relate to the heart attack that Armstead suffered while at USC. Monday evening, the Patriots released a statement saying, "Armond Armstead had surgery to treat an infection. Armond is in good condition and is expected to make a full recovery. A timetable has not been set for his return to football."
04/18/12 - Sacramento's Armond Armstead has two more visits this week - to Miami and Cleveland. The 6-5, 295-pound defensive lineman, who played at USC, also has worked out for the Raiders and Patriots. Last spring, Armstead was briefly hospitalized after experiencing chest pains. He was cleared by doctors to resume football action, but USC would not allow Armstead to play this past season, and he decided to declare for the draft. Read more about Armstead here. Armstead was a two-year starter at USC, totaling 59 tackles and two sacks in 17 career starts. Earlier this month, he worked out for scouts at Sacramento State. He had a 30-inch vertical leap, broad jumped nearly ten-feet and ran a 5.05-second 40-yard dash. - Matt Barrows, The Sacramento Bee