Mason Rudolph was supposed to play in this week’s Senior Bowl in Mobile, Ala., but a foot injury ruled him out of the game.
Rudolph injured his foot in the Cowboys’ Camping World Bowl victory. He’s wearing a protective boot at the moment, but should have it off in about a week.
The former Northwestern Trojan will still spend time in Alabama getting measured and holding in-person interviews with NFL teams interested in his services.
Rudolph just wrapped up one of the best QB careers in Oklahoma State football history and is a likely first or second round pick in the 2018 NFL Draft. He’ll train in southern California with speed and strength coach Ryan Flaherty and QB guru Zac Robinson.
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Rudolph heads to Mobile on Sunday, Jan. 21 to begin his week in Alabama, but he spent some time Friday talking with Jim Rome on his show.