40 Time Range: 5.21-5.23/No Full Workout, Hamstring
Data Scout Notes: 2013: HMC...2012: NA...2011: NA
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Draft Scout Josh Mauro News
09/21/15 - DE/OLB Josh Mauro earned a game ball for his performance against the Bears. Mauro did a solid job against the run.
08/17/15 - DE Josh Mauro suffered a back injury against the Chiefs and is likely to miss some practice time. Mauro, picked up off waivers from the Steelers last year, has flashed some ability.
11/15/14 - DE Josh Mauro was signed by the Cardinals from the Steelers practice squad Friday (Nov. 14).
04/15/14 - Five players who should be on the Seattle Seahawks' draft radar: DE Josh Mauro, Stanford: By re-signing Tony McDaniel, the Seahawks may have their replacement for Bryant at the five-technique position already on the roster. McDaniel has the size and strength to handle the double-teams that come with this role but the Seahawks may be looking for reinforcements, as well as the grit and toughness Bryant demonstrated in Seattle. At 6-foot-6, 280 pounds, Mauro isn't quite as big as McDaniel or Bryant but he's strong, tough and versatile after lining up virtually all over Stanford's three-man front. - Rob Rang, NFLDraftScout.com
03/26/14 - 2014 Pro Days: Combine-snub Ben Gardner surprise star at Stanford...While lacking his teammate's recognition, Josh Mauro is a classic 5-technique defensive end who also helped his cause in Thursday's workout. The well-built Mauro showed off his commitment, adding nine pounds and eight reps in the bench press Thursday from his Combine showing. On Thursday he measured in at 6-foot-6, 280 pounds and lifted the bar 29 times. Mauro tweeked his hamstring during shuttle drills but gutted out the rest of his positional workout, turning heads along the way. Mauro strength and toughness could make him a "surprise" top 64 candidate. - Rob Rang, NFLDraftScout.com