Luke Joeckel patiently waited for more than two hours Friday morning as a group of former Texas A&M teammates sprinted, jumped and lifted weights in an attempt to impress the dozens of NFL coaches and scouts gathered at the Aggies’ indoor practice complex.
Joeckel, the offensive tackle who could be the top selection in next month’s NFL draft, decided to allow his testing results from last month’s NFL combine stand. Then, he and other linemen took orders from Oakland Raiders assistant coach Tony Sparano in the highly-anticipated position drills.
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