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Da'Ron Brown NFL Draft 2015: Scouting Report for Chiefs' 7th-Round Pick

STRENGTHS A former high school quarterback, Da'Ron Brown has the skills to get a look in the NFL. He showed solid hands at the NFL Scouting Combine and performed well in the gauntlet. Brown's best quality is his ability to make every catch. Show More Summary

Eric Rowe NFL Draft 2015: Scouting Report, Grade for Eagles' Round 2 Pick

STRENGTHS Eric Rowe dominated the NFL Scouting Combine testing—finishing in the top 10 in every category—and has the height, body and length NFL scouts crave. He's a press cornerback and a willing, physical tackler. He lined up exclusively at left cornerback and can play square to the receiver at the line. Show More Summary

Randy Gregory: Round-by-Round Updates and Twitter Reaction for 2015 NFL Draft

Nebraska's Randy Gregory entered the pre-draft process considered by most as a top-10 lock. A positive drug test at the NFL Scouting Combine and a few more off-the-field questions wound up taking him out of Thursday's first round entirely. Continue...Show More Summary

Byron Jones to Dallas Cowboys: Full Draft-Pick Breakdown

Most Cowboys fans probably know Connecticut's Byron Jones from his record-breaking 12'3" broad jump at the NFL Scouting Combine. To put it simply, Jones has freakish athleticism, and he put together one of the best performances at the...Show More Summary

First pro tackle for Danny Shelton: NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell

Danny Shelton was a little too happy to go pro. The six-foot-two, 339-pound defensive tackle was overjoyed when he heard that he was selected by the Cleveland Browns in the first round of the NFL draft. See also: NFL Scouting Combine:...Show More Summary

Report: Gregory told teams at Combine he hadn’t smoked pot since November

It’s one thing for defensive end Randy Gregory to fail the marijuana test at the Scouting Combine.  It’s another for Gregory to tell teams at the Combine that he hadn’t smoked pot since November. That’s precisely what happened, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN. With Gregory testing positive in late February, it means that he…

What Makes Paul Dawson the Best Linebacker Available in the 2015 NFL Draft

Despite character concerns and a poor performance at the NFL Scouting Combine, Paul Dawson remains the best linebacker available in the 2015 NFL draft. NFL Network's Mike Mayock ranked the TCU product as the No. 1 player at the linebacker position, excluding edge-rushers. Show More Summary

Confusing reports emerge about Randy Gregory

In the aftermath of Nebraska pass rusher Randy Gregory’s failed drug test at the Scouting Combine, scuttlebutt emerged in league circles that the other shoe eventually would drop.  It apparently now has.  And I’m having a hard time making sense of it. Albert Breer and Ian Rapoport of NFL Media report in a joint item,…

2015 NFL Draft Order: Final 7-Round, Predraft Breakdown

We're almost there. We're almost to the 2015 NFL draft. We've patiently sat through the NFL Scouting Combine, pro days, mock drafts, player evaluations and speculation, and now, finally, the draft is right around the corner. Amen. Below,...Show More Summary

Miami Dolphins: Analyzing Latest NFL Draft Rumors and Reports

It's draft week, which can only mean one thing: The rumors and reports are flying in at full speed, like a prospect racing 40 yards down the Indianapolis Colts' sideline at the scouting combine. The Miami Dolphins have multiple areas...Show More Summary

2015 NFL Mock Draft: Predictions for Prospects Who Underperformed at Combine

Too much stock is put into the numbers at the NFL Scouting Combine. Unless a kid shows up drastically over- or underweight, the combine should be used to confirm what scouts have seen on film as they evaluated collegiate prospects through...Show More Summary

2015 NFL Draft: Randy Gregory scouting report

In Randy Gregory's two seasons in Lincoln, he was one of the best, most athletic pass-rushers in the country. But due to testing positive for marijuana at February's scouting combine, he's expected to slip a bit in the draft, where a team will happily scoop him up and reap the benefits of his ability to terrorize QBs. Watch on YouTube | Subscribe to SB Nation on YouTube

Gurley hype hitting overdrive

Last weekend, the surgically-repaired knee of former Georgia running back Todd Gurley finally was examined by doctors in Indianapolis, as part of the Scouting Combine’s medical re-check.  The knee reportedly checked out fine. And then instantly rumors and reports emerged of Gurley shooting into the top 10 of the draft. While he could indeed be…

NFL Mock Draft 2015: 1st-Round Projections, Latest Top Prospects' Stock Watch

The only thing to do now is wait. If only the remaining path to the 2015 NFL draft were so simple. The NFL Scouting Combine is in the books. So, too, are most individual pro days around the nation. Prospects will continue to meet with...Show More Summary

Jay Ajayi knee concerns overblown, if not fabricated

On Monday, CBS Sports reported that concerns emerged regarding the knee of Boise State running back Jay Ajayi at the Scouting Combine medical re-check in Indianapolis.  The only problem?  Ajayi wasn’t there. Agent Erik Burkhardt said on Twitter than Ajayi didn’t attend, and wasn’t asked to attend, the medical re-check.  Which implies strongly that there were no…

Byron Jones’s Displays of Speed and Leaping Ability Intrigue N.F.L. Scouts

Jones, a star cornerback at Connecticut who broke the broad jump world record at the N.F.L. scouting combine, is now thought to have a chance to be drafted late in the first round.

Jaelen Strong won’t be at medical re-check this weekend

With the league holding its medical re-check for players who weren’t 100 percent healthy at the NFL Scouting Combine, a number of questions will be answered this weekend. But at least one player will be answering them on his own. A league source tells PFT that Arizona State wideout Jaelen Strong won’t be at the re-check…

What Does the Wonderlic Test Really Mean?

It happened again. Results from the controversial Wonderlic test—a cognitive ability exam taken by prospects annually at the NFL Scouting Combine —leaked this week for the draft's highest-profile prospects, quarterbacks Jameis Winston...Show More Summary

Prospects should refuse to take the Wonderlic

For years, the NFL has shown that it’s ultimately unable to secure the Scouting Combine results of the Wonderlic test, an outdated, irrelevant intelligence exam to which the league clings because, well, it was like that when I got here. While PFT has abandoned the practice of tracking down and reporting the numbers for a…

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