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NFL Combine, Draft 2012: A Scouting Report On Kendall Wright - SB Nation Seattle
A scouting report on Baylor's Kendall Wright, by his former teammate.
Clemson TE Allen impresses at podium; bench press - CBSSports.com
Clemson redshirt junior Dwayne Allen is NFLDraftScout.com's top-rated tight end for the 2012 draft. He's likely to remain in that position after posting an impressive 27 reps in the bench press Friday and measuring in at a solid 6-3 (6031) and 255 pounds.
The 2012 Tight End Market - Offseason Low Down - Rotoworld.com
The NFL is nothing if not a copycat league. It’s why the terms "West Coast Offense" and "Tampa Two" have become generic, and why the Detroit Lions and Arizona Cardinals have both donned black jerseys in the past 10 years.
Kendall Wright, Melvin Ingram among players to watch at NFL Scouting Combine - Tony Pauline - SI.com
The NFL descends upon Indianapolis for the second time in February, though for very different reasons this time around. More than 325 NFL hopefuls will arrive at the NFL Scouting Combine to be tested physically, mentally and medically by prospective future employers. The Combine offers prospects another opportunity to impress NFL decision-makers. Here's some insight on who to keep an eye on.
Beyond Sports Network Collegiate Showcase for Small Schoolers - Mocking The Draft
Beyond Sports Network Collegiate Showcase is a Combine/Game that will be held on March 9th-11th, at the University of Akron, in Akron Ohio. Founder Jimmy Kibble former Punter of the New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles and his staff have been able to really put together a great event which serves as an open door for small school prospects
Jim Harbaugh has unique insight on Andrew Luck, Robert Griffin III - Don Banks - SI.com
Musings, observations and the occasional insight from day one of the NFL's underwear Olympics at Lucas Oil Stadium....
Fisher says Rams will consider Haynesworth | National Football Post
Ex-Titans coach could consider reunion with his former star.
NFL Combine: Day Two Afternoon Notes | National Football Post
What we learned from some of the nation’s top quarterback prospects and more.
Prospect focus: Mississippi State's Fletcher Cox | National Football Post
Breaking down the Bulldogs' DT.
FOOTBALL OUTSIDERS: Innovative Statistics, Intelligent Analysis | Combine Report: Day Two
REPORTER: "Tim Tebow: your thoughts?" JOHN ELWAY: "What took you so long?"
NFL.com Blogs " Blog Archive Carroll clears up 2009 riff on former QB Sanchez "
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll strolled up to the podium, eyed a bunch of empty seats and pointed to a lonely beat writer: "You’re going to need to carry this thing."
NFL.com news: Wonderlic Test is helpful, but certainly not a foolproof tool
The Wonderlic Test, administered to players during the NFL Scouting Combine, is a 50-question quiz with a 12-minute time limit. The number of questions answered correctly is your score, plain and simple. The best way to describe the questions is that they are similar to those found on the SAT test. In my experiences, players who struggled academically had trouble with this test.
NFL.com news: Pressure points: Four draft slots that could change everything
The NFL officially determined the final 2012 NFL Draft order on Friday morning with coin flips between the Miami Dolphins and Carolina Panthers, as well as the Kansas City Chiefs and Seattle Seahawks.
The Seahawks can't mortgage their future for RG3 - Blog - MyNorthwest.com
Doubts about Robert Griffin III's height were erased Friday at the NFL scouting combine when he measured in at 6-foot-2 3/8 and 223 pounds.
Seahawks Blog | Brandon Weeden and the age old question | Seattle Times Newspaper
The questions about Brandon Weeden's age are getting old. Wait. That's a poor choice of words because Weeden can't conduct an interview these days without bringing up the fact that he is preparing to enter the NFL at the age of 28.
Seahawks.com Blog | The short and tall of it "
The numbers on the shirts the players wear at the NFL Scouting Combine are handed out alphabetically. So it’s just a coincidence that 6-foot Kellen Moore is QB13 and 6-8 Brock Osweiler is QB14.
Seahawks settle for No. 12
The Seahawks were involved in a coin flip with the Chiefs on Friday to determine which team will select 11th and which goes 12th in April's NFL Draft. As GM John Schneider put it, "They flipped it, and it turned up Chiefs."
NFL Combine: Day Two Morning Notes | National Football Post
What we learned from some of the nation’s top skill position prospects.
Will Georgia Tech's Stephen Hill rise up draft boards? | National Football Post
WR has size and speed that will sell at the NFL Combine.
azcentral.com blogs - Kent Somers - NFC West: the new black and blue division?
Go ahead, call the NFC West soft. You might just get punched in the nose. That was the sentiment expressed Friday by a couple of coaches in the division.
Packers’ GM mum on franchising Flynn | Seahawks Insider
""We all liked him as a player," Schneider said. "Ted had gone there (to LSU to scout him) and he really liked the competitor. We’d actually drafted (Brian) Brohm in the second round. He (Flynn) was just a guy that came in on Day 1 with a swagger." And that’s about all we got before Schneider realized me might be breaking league tampering rules by talking about Flynn.