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The unstoppable Darren Sproles

The Eagles do-it-all running back has traveled a tricky path, from the loss of his mother to battling a speech impediment, to become one the NFL's most productive and electric players. PHILADELPHIA - The NFL's scouting combine is a coronation for some college players and a declaration for others. Show More Summary

Danny Smith: Dri Archer going through “growing pains” as returner

As a third-round pick and the fastest player in the 40-yard dash at the 2014 NFL Scouting Combine,  rookie Dri Archer will get every chance to become a return ace for the Steelers. However, it’s been a rough go on kickoffs thus far for the Kent State product. In five regular season games, Archer has…

Knile Davis' Emergence Gives Chiefs Deadly RB Duo, Plenty of Options on Offense

At the NFL scouting combine in February, Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid said that the team would plan to utilize Knile Davis, a rookie in 2013, more in 2014 than it did last season. When Jamaal Charles suffered what Reid termed...Show More Summary

Eagles Coach Chip Kelly Had A Fantastic Response To A Question About One Of His Player's Short Arms

The pre-Draft evaluation process is one of the most absurd things about the NFL. There are anonymous character assassinations from NFL scouts, concerns about "skinny knees," and an incredibly important NFL Combine that only has a tangential relationship to football. Show More Summary

Seahawks RB Christine Michael Remains a Supremely Talented Work In Progress

No Seattle Seahawks player garnered more positive press during the offseason than running back Christine Michael. Going all the way back to the NFL Scouting Combine in February, the Seattle coaching staff and front office has raved about the second-year pro's potential. Show More Summary

Dri Archer: I showed I can play in the NFL

Every year, players come to the scouting combine and turn in blazing 40 times before fading into obscurity when the pads come on and their speed alone isn’t enough to make them productive NFL players. Steelers running back Dri Archer put up just such a time this year, the fastest at the combine in fact,…

Roby ready for 'dream come true'

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. -- Bradley Roby was an NFL hopeful last February, plowing through his final preparations for the league's scouting combine. He wasn't with the Denver Broncos when the team had its title dreams shattered into little pieces in Super Bowl XLVIII. Show More Summary

10 Under-the-Radar Players Whose NFL Draft Stock Will Skyrocket in 2014

Preseason draft rankings aren't just flawed; they're impossible. A final year of game film is the most important thing a prospect can post—more important than his size and his speed and his other scouting combine scores combined. The...Show More Summary

Interview with COSMED VP Claudio Bellini

5 months agoIndustries / Medical : medGadget

We recently came across COSMED, a company focusing on cardiopulmonary testing, and were intrigued by their diverse customer list, which ranges from the NIH to the NFL Scouting Combine. We had the opportunity to speak with their VP of Business Development, Claudio Bellini, about their cardiopulmonary technologies. Show More Summary

Mike Smith hinted at Hard Knocks assignment at Scouting Combine

On Thursday, the NFL announced that the Falcons will be the subject of this year’s edition of Hard Knocks.  Four months ago, Falcons coach Mike Smith didn’t exactly close the door on the possibility. “[Owner] Arthur [Blank] and [G.M.] Thomas [Dimitroff] and I have had a number of discussions on it,” Smith told PFT at…

What Happened to the NFL Prospect Who Ditched the Scouting Combine Because God Told Him To?

Remember Adam Muema? He's the running back from San Diego State University who ditched the NFL's Scouting Combine because he said God told him he would be drafted by the Seattle Seahawks if he left early: Not only was he not draftedShow More Summary

Dee Ford doesn't lack for confidence

Dee Ford acquainted himself with more than just the casual football fan in February at the NFL's scouting combine in Indianapolis. There, in a national radio interview, Ford famously (or infamously, as the case might be) said he was a better player than Jadeveon Clowney. It may or may not come to be true. Show More Summary

NBA Mock Draft 2014: Updated Forecast for First 30 Selections

While the 2014 NBA playoffs are heating up in anticipation of the conference finals, scouts from all 30 NBA franchises will be present at this week's NBA Draft Combine. Although it isn't nearly as popular as the NFL's version, the combine...Show More Summary

Who Is Dri Archer and How Does He Fit into the Steelers' Plans?

The Pittsburgh Steelers used their third-round selection in the 2014 NFL draft on an intriguing prospect, Kent State receiver and running back Dri Archer. Archer was the fastest participant at the scouting combine, running a 4.16-second...Show More Summary

Michael Sam's Jersey 2nd Highest Seller Among Rookies

Michael Sam announced that he is gay shortly before the NFL combines – a series of tests used by NFL scouts to gage a players strengths and weaknesses. Many believe that the pressures of being the first openly gay NFL player may have affected his workouts as Sam didn't run as fast or jump as high as many believed he would.

NFL Prospect Who Skipped Out on Scouting Combine Because God Told Him To Doesn’t Get Drafted

Back in February, when the NFL's top prospects were in Indiana for the league's Scouting Combine to show coaches, executives, and other decision-makers what they had to offer in terms of speed and ability before this weekend's draft,...Show More Summary

Punter Pat O'Donnell Bench-Pressed More Than Jadeveon Clowney at NFL Combine

Jadeveon Clowney may have been drafted No. 1 overall, but people will continue to needle him due to the fact that a punter bench-pressed more reps than he did at the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis. Former Miami punter Pat O'Donnell bench-pressed 225 pounds 23 times at the combine a few months ago, while Clowney recorded just 21 reps. Show More Summary

Bryan Stork NFL Draft 2014: Grading Patriots' 4th-Round Pick

Bryan Stork is a 6’4’’, 315-pound center our of Florida St. who has a lot to prove after skipping the NFL Scouting Combine due to injuries to his left knee and both shoulders. Watch B/R's NFL draft analysts as they break down what Stork will bring to the NFL. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com

Vikings double checked on Teddy Bridgewater's heart condition before drafting him

Why did the stock of Louisville QB Teddy Bridgewater fall following the NFL scouting combine? We might have a partial answer now. The VIkings traded up from the second round to the final choice in Round 1, a move that was hailed by critics for the QB-needy team. Show More Summary

Dri Archer NFL Draft 2014: Grading Steelers' Third Round Pick

At 5'8", 173 pounds, what Dri Archer lacks in size, he makes up for in speed. Archer ran a blazing 4.26 40-yard dash at the NFL combine, alleviating any doubt scouts may have had about whether or not the Kent State running back possessed...Show More Summary

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