The Panthers are interested in drafting LenDale White, but will he still be available at No. 27?
LenDale White could be slipping far enough to be in serious consideration for the Carolina Panthers with the 27th overall selection. Carolina appears to be closely evaluating White, who told a Los Angeles Times reporter last week that he had dinner with Panthers coach John Fox the evening before the Trojans' workout. -- Charlotte Observer
The two biggest injury question marks for the Panthers, running back DeShaun Foster and defensive tackle Kris Jenkins, are expected to be 100 percent healthy for the start of training camp in July. -- Charlotte Observer
Speculation making the national rounds is the Broncos will package their No. 15 and No. 22 picks in the first round to move up to No. 5 (Green Bay) or No. 6 (San Francisco) to take Maryland tight end Vernon Davis, whose football ability, size and speed make him an off-the-charts NFL prospect. Davis is not likely to be on the board past the seventh pick. -- Denver Post
North Carolina State defensive end Mario Williams, the top defensive player in the draft, is coming to Houston today to visit with the Texans. The Texans insisted Sunday they are serious about taking Williams. The Texans are ready to start contract negotiations. Under NFL rules, they can negotiate with any players they're considering drafting with the top pick. They can negotiate with Williams, Reggie Bush and Vince Young and sign one before the draft. -- Houston Chronicle
Vikings coach Brad Childress said the team will bring more than 30 draft- eligible players to Winter Park during the next three weeks for visits. The list includes Vanderbilt quarterback Jay Cutler, but Childress said he didn't see Texas quarterback Vince Young on the list. -- Minneapolis Star Tribune
The Dolphins and Detroit are continuing to talk about a trade for quarterback Joey Harrington, who has told the Lions he prefers to play for the Dolphins. -- Miami Herald