- Mike Rodak, ESPN Staff Writer
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MOBILE, Ala. -- Wrapping up the events from the third day of Senior Bowl practices:
Crowd thins out: The amount of scouts in the stands dwindled Wednesday, the final day of padded practices. We did not spot Buffalo Bills general manager Doug Whaley at either practice, although there were still several Bills scouts in attendance. Elsewhere, Kansas City Chiefs coach Andy Reid and general manager John Dorsey were among those spotted.
Pettine still story: From a Bills' perspective, the most buzz in Mobile has been around defensive coordinator Mike Pettine, who interviewed for a second time Tuesday with the Cleveland Browns. He'll be in Cleveland for a third interview Thursday before the Browns make a decision, sources told ESPN NFL Insiders Adam Schefter and Chris Mortensen.
Wrapping things up: Wednesday serves as the final day that we'll cover Senior Bowl practices. Teams will wrap up their preparations for Saturday's game, but most scouts and executives will have left town by Thursday. The next major step in the scouting process is next month's combine in Indianapolis.