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The reported "heated argument" between Foster and a hospital worker started and escalated due to a "miscommunication", according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.
Foster, the top-graded inside linebacker for many teams, was scheduled to go through team interviews Friday night and testing Saturday, none of which will happen now, according to sources. After a tremendous career in Tuscaloosa, Foster is seen by many as the best linebacker in the entire 2017 draft class, and with that, he has a lot to lose.
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Reuben Foster's chances of being a top-10 NFL Draft pick just took a big hit.
The 2016 Dick Butkus Award victor, Foster shined at Alabama last season to the tune of 5.0 sacks and 115 tackles, including 13 for loss.
The latest USA TODAY Sports mock draft had projected Foster to be picked by the New Orleans Saints with the No. 11 overall selection.
This only compounds the negative buzz on Foster from what interviews he did with teams before his premature departure.