Myles Jack Hasn’t Been Fully Cleared for Combine

Jack tore his lateral meniscus on September 22

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UCLA linebacker/running back Myles Jack, who has been connected to the Dallas Cowboys in several mock drafts at this point, will be limited at next week’s Combine due to lingering effects of the torn meniscus that ended his final season with the Bruins on September 22.

According to Josh Weinfuss of ESPN, Jack was cleared to run and cut on January 22 and he anticipates being cleared fully early next month. While in Indianapolis, he’ll do the bench press, interview with teams and undergo the medical check. 

"Personally, I feel great," Jack said, per ESPN. "The knee, I can do whatever I can do with the knee, running, cutting. It feels great. It feels like a new knee."

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