From Kyle Meinke
He caught punts and did other drills, but is not yet cleared for contact. (thus the yellow Jersey)
And, a mid-day unfortunate update from the Det News:
Apparently Denard has the Dropsies (who wrote that headline? Are they 5 years old?). Apparently that means he had 2 drops in a row. And while Menkie reports that he went 11-for-11 on catching punts before practice, the news says he only caught 2 of 4 after.
Michigan's Denard Robinson has committed to the Senior Bowl. He was invited as a receiver. Should play RB, too.
Saw some Senior Bowl notes on Stephen Schilling from Shutdown Corner:
I also liked what I saw from Michigan guard Stephen Schilling -- the guy definitely plays with a nasty streak and shows the technique you'd expect from a school with so much great offensive-line history. Representatives from the Washington Redskins, Baltimore Ravens and Kansas City Chiefs made sure to talk to Schilling after practice. A projected third-rounder at this time, Schilling could benefit greatly from the pre-draft process, especially as he shows zone teams his ability to hit the second level decidedly and in a hurry.
There were some other Big Ten players mentioned there and on other sites, like Ryan Kerrigan (apparently weighed in lighter than expected and started off slowly, but came back on Day 3); Gabe Carimi (strong and good technique, but not that athletic), Greg Jones (undersized, stiff, "tight-hipped"), Ricky Stanzi (not very accurate), and others.
Congratulations to Steve Schilling for his selection to the Senior Bowl North team. Schilling joins the following players from the Big Ten:
Iowa and Wisconsin lead the way with three players each represented in the senior showcase event. The Hawkeyes are sending defensive linemen Christian Ballard and Adrian Clayborn and quarterback Ricky Stanzi. Wisconsin will be represented by Outland Trophy winner Gabe Carimi, tight end Lance Kendricks and offensive lineman John Moffitt. The Hawkeyes and Badgers are followed by Michigan State (2—Greg Jones, Chris Rucker), Indiana (1—James Brewer), Michigan (1—Stephen Schilling), Ohio State (1—Ross Homan) and Purdue (1—Ryan Kerrigan).
Among the new additions to the North roster from the Big Ten are: Wisconsin’s Carimi, Lance Kendricks and John Moffitt, Michigan’s Stephen Schilling, Indiana’s James Brewer, Michigan State’s Jones and Chris Rucker and Ohio State’s Ross Homan.
Schilling, an offensive guard, was an honorable mention All-Big Ten selection by both the league’s coaches and media this season. He finished his career tied for second among Michigan offensive linemen with 49 career starts, and was the only player in school history to claim the Hugh R. Rader Award (team’s top offensive lineman) three times.
[The Senior Bowl] is scheduled for Saturday, January 29th at 3pm (CT) in Mobile’s Ladd-Peebles Stadium. The game and all practices will be televised by NFL Network.
If you look at the main article, it's quoted as "Michigan's Tim Jamison never slowed down during Day 4 practices."
I'm not an insider on ESPN, so I can't read the full article. But apparently Tim is doing well. Improved draft stock?