1 » Philadelphia Eagles head coach Chip Kelly over the weekend dismissed comments from quarterback Mark Sanchez, who called former Florida Gators signal caller Tim Tebow just a “camp arm” for the franchise this summer. “I think everybody here that we bring to our organization is here to compete for a job. That’s what Timmy’s going to do,” Kelly said live on the NFL Network. “He’s an unbelievable competitor. If we were just going to have guys throw drills, we’d take [network analyst Mike] Mayock in the offseason and bring him down here and let him throw to them.”
2 » Former Florida linebacker Jermaine Cunningham was arrested in December after allegedly sending naked or sexual pictures of a woman he was seeing to her friends and family following a domestic dispute between the two parties. (Other charges at the time of his arrest included transporting a gun in his car and tampering with clothing.) As such, he will appear court on Wednesday to face “revenge porn” charges under New Jersey law, according to the Associated Press. Cunningham was picked up by the New York Jets after being released during the 2013 season and spent the 2014 campaign with the team, most of it on injured reserve. He is currently a free agent.
3 » The Indianapolis Colts on Monday released former Gators running back Jeff Demps, who was on and off the team’s practice squad throughout the 2014 season. Demps, a speedster who went undrafted after delaying the start to his football career in order to train for the 2012 London Olympics, has only touched the ball eight times in his three-year NFL career, gaining 14 rushing yards, 21 receiving yards and 93 return yards. At this point, Demps may want to turn his focus back to the track with two years to go until the 2016 Rio Olympics.
4 » Florida once again had an impressive haul with eight players selected during the 2015 NFL Draft over the weekend, and with Tennessee going the entire three days without seeing a single player drafted, moved into a unique top five list when it comes to the event. According to ESPN‘s statistical information department, the Gators are one of five schools that have seen a player picked during every year of the NFL Draft since the NFL-AFL merger (1967 to present). The other four? Michigan, Michigan State, Nebraska and USC.