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Aaron Rodgers: “Size matters” when it comes to his hands

When NFL evaluators descend on Indianapolis late next month for the Scouting Combine, people will laugh about their obsession with the measurements of the quarterbacks. But for all the jokes, there was a practical application of those numbers on display last week. When Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was being sacked from behind by Cowboys safety Jeff…

Deshaun Watson Will Not Play in 2017 Senior Bowl: Latest Comments and Reaction

Clemson quarterback Deshaun Watson declined his invitation to play in the 2017 Senior Bowl on Wednesday in favor of focusing on preparations for the NFL Scouting Combine. Bleacher Report's Matt Miller initially reported Watson's decision...Show More Summary

Wall Street's best athletes share their training tips

The annual Decathlon event, where the financial industry's finest compete in events inspired by the NFL Scouting Combine and the Olympic decathlon, is some way off. The New York event isn't scheduled until June. But already many of the...Show More Summary

Jared Goff's long, strange year, and Rams' dismal season, come to an end Sunday

It’s been a long but fast year for Jared Goff. The Rams’ rookie quarterback led California to a bowl game victory on Dec. 29, 2015, immediately jumped into the NFL pre-draft evaluation process, attended the scouting combine, was selected No. 1 overall in the draft, participated in Rams rookie camp,...

Meet the men and women aiming for the title of 'Wall Street's Best Athlete'

Meet the men and women aiming for the title of 'Wall Street's Best Athlete.' The annual decathlon event, where the financial industry's finest compete in events inspired by the NFL Scouting Combine and the Olympic Decathlon, is some way off. Show More Summary

NFL expands fan access to Scouting Combine

As the NFL grows and the NFL looks for ways to expand fan engagement, a new opportunity is coming in 2017. The league has announced the launch of the NFL Combine Experience, which will provide unprecedented access to the annual dog-and-pony show that has evolved around what primarily is an effort to get comprehensive medical…

Nick Saban says NFL is “very much interested” in underclassmen combine

A plan which would allow college football players to work out for NFL scouts without giving up their eligibility could be closer to reality, according to one of the college coaches pushing the plan. According to Chase Goodbread of NFL.com, Alabama coach Nick Saban said Wednesday that the NFL is “very much interested” in the…

Urban Meyer Comments on Possible Underclass Combine for NFL Draft Prospects

Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer is formulating a plan with other coaches and the American Football Coaches Association that would allow college football's underclassmen, who are mostly juniors, to work out for NFL scouts without losing...Show More Summary

Urban Meyer Comments on Potential Combine for Underclassmen

In the interest of allowing early NFL draft entrants to accurately gauge their stock, Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer is actively pushing for a scouting combine meant exclusively for underclassmen. According to Zac Jackson of Pro Football...Show More Summary

Tony Romo Comments on Future with Cowboys, Recovery from Shoulder Surgery

At February's NFL Scouting Combine, Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones told reporters he believed Tony Romo could be the team's quarterback "for the next four or five years." According to ESPN.com's Todd Archer, Romo concurred with Jones'...Show More Summary

Myles Jack may have made things worse for himself by talking

NFL teams knew Myles Jack’s knee was an issue, after poking at it thoroughly at the Scouting Combine and the subsequent medical re-check. But it might have been something the talented-but-injured UCLA linebacker said about his condition that scared a number of teams away, as much as the condition itself. After Panthers General Manager Dave Gettleman…

Noah Spence sent drug test results to all 32 teams

The NFL has reportedly told teams that no prospects failed drug tests during the Scouting Combine earlier this year and one prospective first-round pick has also taken the step of sharing other tests with teams in order to show them that he’s been clean for the last year. Eastern Kentucky pass rusher Noah Spence started…

Michael Thomas and Josh Doctson are the most well-rounded receivers in the NFL Draft

Using advanced stats and NFL Scouting Combine data to profile the major wide receiver prospects, from Laquon Treadwell and Michael Thomas to Leonte Carroo and Devon Cajuste. The receivers in the 2016 draft class come in all shapes, sizes...Show More Summary

Report: NFL tells teams no positive drug tests at Scouting Combine

The war on drugs is clearly over, the battle won. Either that, or incoming NFL players have gotten smarter about when to use and when not to. According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, the NFL has notified its 32 teams that no player tested positive at the Scouting Combine. That’s rare, even though it shouldn’t…

Jaylon Smith: I’m the best player in the draft

Linebacker Jaylon Smith will be among the players in Indianapolis for a medical recheck with doctors from the Scouting Combine and the former Notre Dame player’s results will be closely scrutinized by NFL teams. Smith was on track to be a very high pick in this month’s draft before suffering a serious knee injury at the…

Cardale's Message is Correct Even if he Might not be the Best Messenger!

INDIANAPOLIS, IN - FEBRUARY 25: Quarterback Cardale Jones #11 of Ohio State speaks to the media during the 2016 NFL Scouting Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium on February 25, 2016 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images) Twitter was all abuzz today with salty and direct comments from Cardale Jones, [...]

NFL Draft 2016: Latest Mock Draft, Projections for Difficult 1st-Round Decisions

The initial rush of early free agency is gone. The NFL Scouting Combine is in the past, and plenty of meaningful college workout days are already done. It’s almost decision time for front offices across the NFL with the draft rapidly...Show More Summary

2016 NFL Mock Draft: 1st-Round Predictions for Nation's Top Prospects

The 2016 NFL draft is almost upon us. With the frenzy of free agency, the NFL Scouting Combine and pro days all in the past, it's far easier to project what teams might do with their first-round picks on April 28. Because of the punishment incurred as a result of Deflategate, the New England Patriots are the only team without a first-round selection. Show More Summary

Notre Dame LB Jaylon Smith on knee: 'I am leg-pressing over 600 pounds'

SOUTH BEND, Ind. — Just after injured Notre Dame linebacker Jaylon Smith received the apparently bad news about his health from the NFL scouting combine, he and Irish teammate and fellow linebacker Jarrett Grace drove past each other...Show More Summary

NFL Cancels Veteran Combine: Latest Comments and Reaction

After giving players an opportunity to showcase their skills in front of scouts for all 32 teams last year, the NFL has cancelled the 2016 veteran combine. Per Michael David Smith of Pro Football Talk, NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy said the decision was made due to lack of interest from teams. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com

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