Sounds like Sweat is going to drop out of Round 1.
NFL Network, among other outlets, has reported that Mississippi State edge rusher Montez Sweat was removed from some draft boards because of concern over a heart condition. WalterFootball.com has spoken with two teams that have flunked Sweat medically and pulled him from their board. One NFC general manager of a team that is in the market for an edge rusher in the first round said they didn't drop Sweat, but they put him down with a "high-risk grade."
On Tuesday night, sources from another team that liked Sweat as a player and were okay with him medically said they were going to pass on him because of character concerns. Sweat's character issues have been described as relatively minor throughout the draft process, and they were a known factor that played into his transfer from Michigan State to Mississippi State. Between the medical and character issues, Sweat looks like he is in store for a significant slide in the 2019 NFL Draft.