Adam Schefter answers reader questions in his mailbag once a week during the NFL season. Got a query of your own? Submit it here.
Q: Adam, Damontre Moore did not have a good combine. How much did he hurt his stock? Which other players saw their stocks drop?
-- Hubert (Kansas)
A: Let's just say this, Hubert: He didn't help himself much at the combine. He did only 12 reps on the bench -- three fewer than West Virginia wide receiver Tavon Austin -- and then he came up lame in his second 40-yard dash attempt. The interesting part was, before Moore even worked out for teams, I had somebody tell me to watch out for him, that they were not as impressed as some of the other scouts. So his performance there only validated some of the whispers.
Now, Moore will have a chance to work out at his pro day and interview with teams to prove he is worthy of being a first-round pick. But this was not the start that he wanted. As for others and their stock dropping, the biggest would be Utah defensive tackle Star Lotulelei. He would have been the top defensive player picked in this draft were it not for his heart condition.
Q: The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are in desperate need at the cornerback position. They also have a lot of cap space. What are the chances the Bucs go after Darrelle Revis? Will the New York Jets trade him?
-- Billy (Nevada)
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