The 2012 NFL Scouting Combine is under way, and a few players will soon find they would have been better off being a no-show. It's a great experience for all, as these big-time college athletes get to display their skills in front of scouts. However, some players are certain to flop and others stand nothing to gain, which is why they shouldn't workout at the combine in the first place.
The 2012 NFL Scouting Combine is almost finished, and the best players have cemented their positions with strong showings. We learned that Andrew Luck is an athlete on par with Cam Newton, Luke Kuechly is a workout warrior on top of... Read Post
After this February's NFL Scouting Combine, NFL coaches, executives, general managers and scouts will turn their attention to the month-long display of college pro day workouts. Pro day workouts allow players to showcase their skill... Read Post
For skill position players, the NFL scouting combine is a great opportunity for them to showcase their skills as athletes—but it doesn't always workout. The majority of the non-positional drills are meant for skilled players and the... Read Post