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A Scout's Take on the Top Inside Linebacker Prospects in the 2015 NFL Draft

The process has started for the 2015 NFL draft. There have been all-star matchups like the East-West Shrine Game, the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl and the Senior Bowl. Next comes the NFL Scouting Combine, which will start on Feb. 17, then the...Show More Summary

Senior Bowl 2015 Roster: Full Teams and Prospects to Watch in Showcase

The NFL Scouting Combine may get most of the love in terms of pre -draft evaluations, but the Senior Bowl gives scouts and coaches a chance to see some of the top prospects in the country in actual game action. Considering NFL gamesShow More Summary

Senior Bowl 2015: Full Rosters and Top Players to Watch at All-Star Showcase

There will be plenty of opportunities for NFL prospects to showcase their talents between now and the draft, but one of the biggest is the Senior Bowl. Unlike the scouting combine and various pro days, this event gives coaches and scouts a chance to see players compete during an entire week of practice before the game itself. Show More Summary

Top Takeaways from Day 2 at the Senior Bowl

The Senior Bowl can provide scouts and NFL executives an early glimpse at draft-eligible players before the combine. What impressions were made on the second day of practice? Watch as Adam Lefkoe and Bleacher Report NFL Analysts Matt Miller and Matt Bowen discuss their takeaways from Day 2 of Senior Bowl practices in the video above. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com

NFL Draft 2015: Risers and Fallers in Experts' Latest Mock Predictions

The outlook of the NFL draft is always changing. Whether it's the Senior Bowl, the East-West Shrine Game, the scouting combine, pro days or just a random lunch meeting where an NFL general manager decides to change his mind, prospects...Show More Summary

2015 NFL Mock Draft: Ideal Landing Spots for Top College Stars

The concept of an offseason once existed in the NFL, but those days have long passed. There's the NFL season. The postseason. The two-week Super Bowl season. The free-agency season. The NFL Scouting Combine, pro day and NFL draft season. Show More Summary

NFL Draft 2015: 1st-Round Order and Updated Mock Draft Projections

The order of the first round of the 2015 NFL draft is almost completely locked in, with the outcome of Super Bowl XLIX all that's left to determine the final couple of picks. Between the NFL Scouting Combine, the needs teams will elect...Show More Summary

NFL to hold five regional scouting combines in 2015

The NFL will hold five regional scouting combines leading up to the 2015 NFL Draft, the league said Friday. The combines, which are separate from the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis, will be held on five consecutive Saturdays after the Super Bowl. According to the NFL, the regional combines are open only to players who…

Veteran Combine a Win-Win for NFL and Players, but Must Be Handled Carefully

Next month in Indianapolis, this year's incoming crop of rookies will take part in the NFL Scouting Combine. They'll be weighed, measured, interviewed and put through the paces in an event that's grown from a little-known workout inShow More Summary

NFL to host veteran combine for free agents in March

With the emergence of regional combines which allow through-the-cracks rookies to get a chance before NFL scouts, the NFL has now decided to offer veterans the same chance. The league sent out a memo to teams, which PFT has obtained a copy of, which outlines their plan for the first Veteran Combine on March 22. The…

Ruger Hawkeye FTW Predator Rifle

Just days ahead of the SHOT Show, Ruger released another new rifle: the Hawkeye FTW Predator. These new rifles expand the current Hawkeye line with a combination of features from the existing Hawkeye Predator and Gunsite Scout rifles. Show More Summary

2015 NFL Mock Draft: Updated Prospect Predictions Heading into Divisional Round

In the months leading up to the 2015 NFL draft, we should expect plenty of movement on draft boards around the league. With events like the Senior Bowl, scouting combine, interviews and pro days forthcoming, there will be plenty of chances...Show More Summary

San Francisco 49ers: Jim Harbaugh Leaves with a Win, but the Future Is Uncertain

This is how the San Francisco 49ers’ 2014 season ends—for the first time since 2010, there will be no postseason appearance, no Super Bowl run, and no great accolades. Set your calendar for Feb. 17 and the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis,...Show More Summary

NFL Draft 2015: Updated Prospect Radar, Post-Week 16

The 2014-15 college football bowl season is upon us, which means it's time for NFL draft prospects to make their final impression on scouts before heading off to their all-star games and the combine. The first five games of the bowlShow More Summary

Two Gals Get In the Holiday Spirit, Craft Shots That Taste Like Girl Scout Cookies - Can "Thin Mint" be my signature drink?

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Entertaining guests like a mature adult can be rewarding, but grown-up parties are often sadly bereft of drizzled chocolate or coconut shavings. But here's a tutorial that shows you how to get your amateur mixologist on and combine the...Show More Summary

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

Anquan Boldin Has Become the Heartbeat of the 49ers' Passing Game

San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Anquan Boldin isn ’t normal. He’s not normal because he’s never been fast, and at 34 years old, Boldin is getting slower. Way back in 2003 at his scouting combine appearance Boldin ran the 40-yard dash in a glacial 4.71 seconds. Show More Summary

Kelvin Benjamin said he purposely ran slow 40 so Panthers would draft him

Wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin revealed an interesting pre-draft strategy he concocted: He intentionally ran a slow 40-yard dash at the Indianapolis scouting combine. Why? “Because I wanted to play for the Carolina Panthers,’’ Benjamin...Show More Summary

Panthers say Benjamin was joking about tanked 40-yard dash

On Tuesday, Panthers receiver Kelvin Benjamin made a startling claim about his effort (or lack thereof) in the 40-yard dash at the Scouting Combine. Benjamin told David Newton of ESPN.com that he purposely ran the standard test of straight-line speed in 4.61 seconds.  Why did he do it? “Because I wanted to play for the…

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…

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