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BREAKING: CJ Conrad will not be able to participate at UK Pro Day


Former Kentucky tight end CJ Conrad will have to wait even longer to learn about his future in football.

After missing the NFL Combine this past weekend after medical testing revealed a heart issue, Conrad tells KSR that he will also not be able to participate at UK Pro Day on March 22.

The former Wildcat sent out the following tweet on Friday when he heard the first set of news.

Conrad says that he will undergo more testing and should learn the results in two weeks or so. At that point, we’ll know more about where his future as a professional football player stands.

In four years at Kentucky, Conrad managed 80 total receptions for 1015 yards and 12 touchdowns.

Article written by Jack Pilgrim

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16 responses to “BREAKING: CJ Conrad will not be able to participate at UK Pro Day”

  1. cking

    Really tough news for an Awesome kid!
    Prayers and thoughts are with you CJ!

    1. Ridge Runner

      Absolutely!

  2. Realme

    Hurry up, doctors! This is an important time for CJ.

  3. weneedpitino

    Man I can’t tell you how much this bums me out. I just absolutely hate this for him, I hope all turns out well for this wonderful young man. Go cats!!

    1. Joeyrogers

      Dude I love what you do on this website. These idiots are so gullible and your baiting is top tier. Really proud of ya’.

  4. J-Dub421

    Well, this sucks.

  5. cats646

    You got this Conrad!! Prayers for you!!

  6. clarks

    He can still set up a workout when or if he is cleared like a personal pro day. The main thing is he gets a bill of good health.

  7. Paw

    Stand Tall Big Cat !!

  8. notFromhere

    Praying for your health, CJ!

  9. BluejayK

    This sucks for that young man. From the outside looking in, it appears as though he did everything thing the right way. An awesome student athlete, teammate, and obviously a guy who knows and understands the value of family, seeing that his parents were always seen around Lexington. I hope you get whatever it is you want out of life CJ.. Keep your head up!!

  10. njCat

    Two weeks for test results? I call BS.

  11. tdub

    Good luck CJ, bbn is pulling for you.

  12. HackRichards

    Life just is not fair sometimes. What a great young man. He will do well in whatever hand he is dealt. I hope its football!

  13. truBLU

    Prayers go out to CJ. I firmly believe those career stats could have been season averages if he was utilized properly. Good luck young man!

  14. ukdave62

    Prayers for him. He was a great ambassador for the program. First class person!