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Kouandjio, who rated as one of the top offensive tackles entering the college season, fell on draft boards to 47th overall partially due to medical concerns following knee surgery.
Rapoport reported that Alabama doctor Lyle Cain said Kouandjio doesn't notice his knee issues during practice and rarely misses work.
The question is whether that will be the case in five or six seasons.
Kouandjio didn't take the draft day slide without slight. During his post-draft interview with NFL Network's Melissa Stark, the tackle sounded salty that NFL teams would question his ability to play at a high level.