The news was reported by John Middlekauff, a former NFL scout who now works for a San Francisco Bay area radio station.
Bortles' pro day has taken on a bit more significance with the rather lackluster performance Monday by Louisville's Teddy Bridgewaterat his pro day. Bortles (6-foot-5, 232 pounds), like Bridgewater, is in play to be the No. 1 pick in the draft. If a team truly is undecided on which quarterback is better, a better workout from Bortles could push him ahead of Bridgewater on that draft board.
Earlier this month, Bortles said he had meetings scheduled with Houston and Jacksonville. Both also need a quarterback and both pick before Oakland, Houston at No. 1 and Jacksonville at No. 3.