BIRMINGHAM, AL - Alabama All-America linebacker Rolando McClain has advised NFL teams that a new round of medical tests determined he does not have Crohn's disease as he previously thought.
The Birmingham News reports that McClain's agent, Pat Dye Jr., sent the results to the professional teams to give them updated medical information prior to Thursday's NFL Draft. McClain is expected to go high in the draft.
McClain had disclosed at Alabama's Pro Day that he had Crohn's, an inflammatory bowel disease that he had been diagnosed with in high school. But he said before the A-Day game Saturday it appears he doesn't have the disease.