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Mayock: QBs in this draft not ready to play right away

NFL Network analyst Mike Mayock did his annual pre-NFL Scouting Combine marathon conference call with reporters on Monday, and Mayock was asked lots of questions about the quarterbacks in this year’s draft class. Mayock isn’t much of a fan, at least not of their NFL readiness. “If you’re asking me whether the Jets should take…

Small-school players ready for biggest test at NFL combine

Connor Harris and Krishawn Hogan are ready to answer questions at this week's NFL scouting combine        

Which players can boost their stock at this week’s NFL Scouting Combine?

1 of 6 | NEXT » While the value of the drills performed at the NFL Scouting Combine is overstated, those performances still have merit. A player’s performance in the drills should never overrule their performance on tape. However, the drills can be used to confirm or debunk theories about a player’s skill-set. Show More Summary

10 NFL scouting combine stars who went on to be busts

Sometimes what happens at the combine factors a bit too much into a draft evaluation.        

Race for 2017 draft’s QB1 begins in earnest at NFL scouting combine this week

Opinions are widely split on the 2017 NFL draft offerings at quarterback as we head into scouting combine week, and the event could create a little separation and clarity there. First, here are the four quarterbacks — in any given order...Show More Summary

Joe Mixon interview re-airs at 11:35 a.m. ET

Running back Joe Mixon won’t be available for 15-minute interviews with teams at the Scouting Combine. He was available for 15 minutes on PFT Live earlier today. MDS has summarized some of the key comments from Mixon. The full interview will re-air on NBC Sports Radio at 11:35 a.m. ET (Sirius 213, XM 202,,…

Joe Mixon, not invited to this week's combine, expresses regret for punching a woman

One of the most controversial players in this year’s NFL draft won’t be at the scouting combine to explain himself. Oklahoma running back Joe Mixon, one of the most talented backs in this year’s draft, was not invited to the combine because of an incident in 2014 in which he was caught on tape punching a woman. Show More Summary

Joe Mixon: I made a bad decision, I can’t take it back

Former Oklahoma running back Joe Mixon won’t be at the Scouting Combine this week. The NFL didn’t invite him because of the infamous incident in which he punched a woman, seriously injuring her. But Mixon is hoping to get a chance to tell NFL teams he has learned from the ugly assault. Mixon said this…

How the Vikings-Colts coin flip will decide the 2017 NFL draft order

The Vikings’ and Colts’ opponents finished with an identical 126-130 combined record in 2016. For the first time in three years, a coin flip is necessary to finalize the NFL draft order. At the 2017 NFL Scouting Combine, the Minnesota Vikings and Indianapolis Colts will flip a coin to decide which team lands the No. Show More Summary

NFL Combine 2017: What to look for in Indianapolis

DeShone Kizer, Leonard Fournette, and Myles Garrett are among the players to keep an eye on at the NFL Combine. NFL draft season is underway, and the first major event after the Super Bowl is the 2017 NFL Scouting Combine where overShow More Summary

2017 NFL mock draft: What 1st rounders need to do at the combine

This week’s mock is all about finding flaws in the first 32 picks As we rapidly approach this week’s scouting combine, the top prospects in the 2017 NFL Draft have to prepare themselves to get scrutinized about everything. Some players will have size concerns. Show More Summary

Joe Mixon visits PFT Live on Monday

The NFL won’t let Oklahoma running back Joe Mixon visiting the Scouting Combine. As Scouting Combine week begins, he’ll be visiting PFT Live instead. The man who was captured on video with a vicious knockout punch to a young woman in 2014 is one of the most controversial draft prospects in recent years. Some say he…

What really matters at the NFL Scouting Combine?

The NFL Scouting Combine has quickly become one of the biggest events on the league’s calendar every year. That is pretty surprising considering the fact that almost nothing exciting happens during the week. It is essentially just aShow More Summary

PFT Live heads to the Scouting Combine this week

Three weeks ago today, the 2016 NFL season ended. In just three days, one of the three major offseason tentpole events arrives. It’s the Scouting Combine, and PFT Live will be broadcasting from Indianapolis on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. As usual, we’ll be on from 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 ET on NBC Sports Radio, with…

Change to Scouting Combine exclusion rule could be coming

Maybe Baker Mayfield will be going to Indianapolis next year, after all. As the 2017 Scouting Combine approaches, criticism is intensifying regarding the rule that keeps incoming draft picks with certain types of past off-field misconduct...Show More Summary

Rams have plenty to evaluate at the combine even without a first-round draft pick

Last year it served as the site for the genesis of one of the most historic trades in NFL draft history. In Indianapolis, between watching more than 300 prospects show off their skills at the scouting combine, Rams General Manager Les Snead began laying the groundwork for a blockbuster deal that...

5 players Jets fans should keep eye on at NFL scouting combine

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The Underwear Olympics kick off this week when college players parade around for NFL decision makers to improve their draft stock.

Baker Mayfield may have blown his invitation to the 2018 Scouting Combine

With the 2017 Scouting Combine approaching and the issue of players being excluded for off-field misconduct front and center in the radar screen, Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield may have blown his shot at attending next year’s annual why-am-I-watching?-because-it’s-on-TV non-football football gathering. Show More Summary

Emmanuel Sanders drank 2 gallons of water before Combine weigh-in

Emmanuel Sanders didn’t want to be written off as too small at the 2010 Scouting Combine, and so he got a bright idea: Add a lot of water weight. Sanders said he was worried NFL teams wouldn’t think he was big enough to hold up to the grind at the professional level, so he drank…

Indy Star columnist Gregg Doyel undergoes NFL scouting combine medical tests

The Indy Star's Gregg Doyel wrote about the experience many NFL prospects will have.        

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