AFC Notes: Ebron, Lee, Matthews

North Carolina’s Eric Ebron is the top rated tight end in the 2014 NFL Draft, and could be in play for the Titans at pick number 11, writes Paul Kuharsky of While the team is happy with Delanie Walker, the background of head coach Ken Whisenhunt and his staff may add to their desire to bring in a play making tight end.

Here are some other notes from around the AFC:

  • USC standout receiver Marqise Lee will visit the Dolphins on Tuesday, reports James Walker of The Dolphins will pick 19th in the draft, and at one point Lee was thought to have been off the board much earlier than that. Lee’s disappointing speed at the combine has put him in play for the latter half of the first round.
  • Vanderbilt receiver Jordan Matthews is visiting the Raiders today, reports Ian Rapoport of (via Twitter). Matthews is thought to be a day two draft pick.
  • The Raiders aren’t the only team interested in Matthews, as Meredith Perri of has highlighted the 6’3″ pass catcher for the Patriots. Perri writes that Matthews is a good route runner and possesses a good set of hands, both important when playing with Tom Brady. Matthews is a cousin of Jerry Rice, and holds SEC career records for receptions and receiving yards.
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