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Why Andrew Luck Will (And Should) Be The Highest Paid Player In NFL History

For many, early February through mid-May in professional football is not about Xs and Os, depth charts or anything of the sort, aside from the NFL Draft and Combine. While plenty of on-field activity goes on in the scouting and coaching worlds, such as college programs’ junior evaluation days and [...]

NFL considers a Scouting Combine in Australia

The success of Australian rugby player Jarryd Hayne with the 49ers this preseason has the NFL thinking about identifying more talent Down Under. NFL executive vice president of international Mark Waller told the Sydney Morning Herald that the league needs to do a better job of finding talented players all around the world, and a…

Four states dominated the NFL Draft

Of the 256 players selected in the NFL Draft, a whopping 123 (48%) played high school football in Florida, Georgia, Texas, or California, according to Florida led the way with 39 players alone. Combined with their neighbor to the north, Florida and Georgia (30) produced more than one out of every four (27%) players in the draft. Show More Summary

Chiefs sign third-round pick Chris Conley

One of the fastest wide receivers at the 2015 NFL Scouting Combine has signed his rookie deal with Kansas City. Georgia’s Chris Conley, whom the Chiefs traded up to select in Round Three, has finalized his four-year contract with the club, per the NFL’s Thursday personnel notice. Conley (6-2, 213) was clocked at 4.35 seconds…

Laurence Gibson: Scouting Report, Highlights and Grade for Cowboys' Rookie

STRENGTHS Laurence Gibson is an impressive athlete who turned heads at the combine. He has eye-popping length and the body of an NFL tackle. His quickness off the snap is good moving both upfield and laterally. He's a high-instinct blocker and won't get fooled by defensive schemes such as twists, stunts and delays. Show More Summary

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

Bryce Hager NFL Draft 2015: Scouting Report, Grade for Rams Rookie

STRENGTHS Bryce Hager was the man for the Baylor defense, and he shows good timed and film speed in attacking outside the tackle box. Hager didn't dominate the combine in any one athletic area, but he tested very well in all of them....Show More Summary

Deon Simon NFL Draft 2015: Scouting Report, Grade for Jets' 7th-Round Pick

STRENGTHS A huge nose tackle prospect from tiny Northwestern State in Louisiana—that’s the Southland Conference—Deon Simon got a combine invite and impressed with 35 reps on the bench (225 lbs) and showed solid movement for a 321-pound frame. Show More Summary

Hayes Pullard NFL Draft 2015: Scouting Report, Grade for Browns Rookie

STRENGTHS An NFL linebacker on the hoof with an impressive Senior Bowl week, Hayes Pullard moves better than his combine numbers indicate. He's a smart attacker when it comes to angles and has the power to clean house when engaging a ball-carrier. Show More Summary

Michael Burton NFL Draft 2015: Scouting Report, Grade for Lions Rookie

STRENGTHS A combine player who impressed at the Medal of Honor Bowl, Michael Burton has the receiving skills to turn heads at fullback. On film, Burton flashes with soft hands and productive numbers as a receiver. He looks the ball in cleanly and can accelerate into his routes. Show More Summary

Davis Tull NFL Draft 2015: Scouting Report, Grade for Saints' 5th-Round Pick

STRENGTHS A small-school stud with four years of production, Davis Tull wowed folks at the combine with outstanding vertical (42.5") and broad jump (132") numbers. On the field, he's a high-motor, strong player with a little fight to him. Show More Summary

David Cobb NFL Draft 2015: Scouting Report for Titans' 4th-Round Pick

STRENGTHS A Senior Bowl standout, David Cobb was the best running back in attendance and one of the most impressive players overall. Cobb won’t impress with raw speed, and an injured quad while running at the combine is why he turned in a 4.81-second run there. Show More Summary

Marcus Hardison NFL Draft 2015: Scouting Report, Grade for Bengals Rookie

STRENGTHS A former defensive end who stood out with a great Senior Bowl, Marcus Hardison has grown into the defensive tackle position but still combines the quickness of an end with the size of a tackle. He uses his hands well on the inside and has the athleticism to get inside positioning and ride out blockers to the backfield. Show More Summary

Mark Glowinski NFL Draft 2015: Scouting Report, Grade for Seahawks' Rookie

Height Weight Arm Length 40 Bench Press 6'4" 307 lbs 33 1/8" 5.20s 31 Reps STRENGTHS A two-year starter at right guard, Mark Glowinski is a high-motor worker who impressed with 31 reps of 225 pounds on the combine bench press. He started his career at tackle and still looks the part in pass protection. Show More Summary

Terry Poole NFL Draft 2015: Scouting Report, Grade for Seahawks' Rookie

STRENGTHS A big man with long arms and surprising quickness, Terry Poole turned heads at the combine with his 5.0-second 40-yard dash and 113-inch broad jump. Poole played left tackle at San Diego State after transferring from Monterey Peninsula Community College, and he looks like an NFL guard. Show More Summary

Xavier Cooper NFL Draft 2015: Scouting Report, Grade for Browns Round 3 Pick

STRENGTHS A flashy athlete with impressive first-step quickness and balance, Xavier Cooper opened a lot of eyes at the combine. He has the ideal build for a 3-technique pass-rusher and flashes those athletic traits on film. Cooper can win with his quickness off the snap, but he works through blockers well with his hands and angles. Show More Summary

Chris Conley NFL Draft 2015: Scouting Report, Grade for Chiefs' 3rd-Round Pick

STRENGTHS Chris Conley blew up at the combine and made everyone take notice. Conley posted eye-popping numbers in the 40-yard dash, bench press, vertical and broad jumps. That shows up on film too, where he’s a silky smooth route-runner...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

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