The draft is drawing closer and the draft’s top quarterbacks are making the rounds with teams in the market for an addition at the position.
Ligotti says he’s the victim of identity theft. In 2013, he wrote a letter complaining to Florida’s Department of Children and Families, the state agency that regulates medical care at substance abuse treatment facilities, notifying the state that somebody had stolen the ID number he uses to authorize drug treatment.
Ligotti is the target of an active FBI investigation, according to a law enforcement source and a second source, both of whom spoke only on the condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to do so publicly.
Attempts to reach the local FBI agents handling the case were unsuccessful. Ligotti’s attorney would neither confirm nor deny that the FBI is investigating her client.
He could undergo a second surgery to plate the break again, which would cause him to miss spring workouts but would still have him back by the start of training camp in the summer.
The 24-year-old first suffered the broken right forearm in Week 16 of the 2017 season, prematurely ending his season.
Collins returned Monday for the beginning of organized team activities and told reporters that he is back to normal.
“My arm is doing great,” he said, per the team’s official site. “…Everything is back to 100 percent.”
Unfortunately, it appears he is still not completely healed. Garafolo reported a decision has not been made on surgery, but it “sounds very possible.”
When healthy, Collins is one of the best in the league at his position. Even while missing the final game of the year, the safety’s 104 tackles last season was a team high after leading the way with 125 tackles the year before.